A history of watercolour

Behzad Bagheri is a watercolour artist from Isfahan,Iran who loves to paint architectures at its historical best.   Bagheri choses watercolor as a means to show architecture designs. But later he uses it to converse with others as well as with himself. “Each instrument that shows human’s inner associations easily, and communicates with them, is a suitable means and it can differ according to each person and his experiences. Watercolor is the instrument in need and he has communicated with its fluency, fluidity and simplicity”.

My favourite pieces are those that show the history of Iranian culture and its arches and shopping bazaars. I absolutely love the colours that he choses and how he depicts each historical building with its own character, and characters that may gather there.

The activity of silence

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