Apple, Woman, Serpent, Curtain
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Apple, Woman, Serpent, Curtain

A series of symbolic paintings by painter Mitra Ebrahimi, 65, are on show at Golestan Art Gallery.
The ‘Crossed-Out Apples’ features a series of paintings with the recurrent subjects of red apple, woman, serpent and sometimes a knotted curtain.  
Golestan gallery is located at No. 34, Kamasai Street, Darrous Street, according to Gallery Info.
Ebrahimi’s paintings can also be seen on the online gallery of the venue, accessible at Golestangallery.com.

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