Winged Angels
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Winged Angels

Having paid close attention to the winged angels and cupids recurrent in Iranian architecture during a certain period, painter and graphic designer Amir Nasser Akhlaqi has brought the creatures into his latest paintings.
Titled ‘The Guardian,’ Akhlaqi’s new exhibit features a series of paintings inspired by the winged angels seen in architecture dating back to the Safavid (1501-1722) and Qajar (1785, 1925) eras, Gallery Info (Galleryinfo.ir)reported.
The exhibit will run through January 2 at Homa Art Gallery located at Unit 1, No. 8, West 4th Alley, Sanai Street, Karim Khan Avenue.

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