Resalat Expressway is an east-west expressway in Tehran, Iran.
It joins the eastern localities of Tehran metropolis, including Resalat District, to Seyed Khandan in north-central Tehran and further to western parts of the Greater Tehran
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Prince Muhammad-Beik of Georgia by Reza Abbasi, 1620
Fresco on portal of Grand Bazaar in Esfahan with image of battle Abbas I of Persia and Uzbeks
Agha Reza Reza-e Abbasi (also Reza Abbasi) (1565–1635) was the most renowned Persian miniaturist, painter and calligrapher of the Isfahan School, which flourished during the Safavid period under the patronage of Shah Abbas I.
He is considered to be one of the foremost Persian artists of all time. He received his training in the atelier of his father, Ali Asghar, and was received into the workshop of Shah Abbas I at a young age.
At the age of about 38 he received the honorific title of Abbasi from his patron, but soon left the Shah's employ, apparently seeking greater freedom to associate with simple people. In 1610 he returned to the court and continued in the employ of the Shah until his death.
His specialty was the Persian miniature, with a preference for naturalistic subjects often portrayed in an effeminate and impressionistic manner, a style which came to be popular during the late Safavid court.
Today his works can be found in the museum that bears his name in Tehran, and several western museums such as the Smithsonian, the Louvre and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
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