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Persian Pictorial Rugs
Persian rugs with images of people are extremely rare, as most were adorned with floral or geometric patterns. The first evidence of rug design dates back to the 9th century BCE, and the oldest known pictorial rug is from the 6th century BCE. The pictorial rug tradition blossomed at the end of the 19th century. The subjects of pictorial rugs include kings, leaders, paintings, stories from the Bible, Torah, Koran and legendary heroes.

A rare assemblage of pictorial rugs from the well known artists (Van gogh, Salvador Dalí, Farshghian, Katozian...) religions and famous paintings from Middle East. This exhibit features several rugs from private collections in the United States, primarily from that of Mr. Gholestani.

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