Stories of kings and their courts were told with poems, accompanied with sophisticated miniatures. Among the most famous of these are Shah Tahmaseb’s Book of Kings (16-th century). Shahnameh: The story of the kings
A feast at the king’s court, 2007.
Artists composition inspired by old Persian miniatures, 2006.
Lovers, 2006.
Gayoumarts court, 2003. From Shah Tahmaseb’s book of Kings.
Shirin and Frahad, 2002. From “La peinture Persane”.
Lovers surrounded by dancers, 2002. From “La peinture Persane”.
Qajar lovers, 2004. Original work by Sayed Mirza.
 Qajar princess, 2001. Original work by Sayed Mirza.
Qajar prince, 2001. Original work by Sayed Mirza.
2001
From Shah Tahmaseb’s book of Kings, 2000.
Bahram e Goor, 1999. From Shah Tahmaseb’s book of Kings.
Zahhak’s nightmare, 1999. From Shah Tahmaseb’s book of Kings.
Qajar dancer, 1992
The death of Zahhak, 1990. From Shah Tahmaseb’s book of Kings.
Shirin and Farhad, 1990.
Leili and Majnoon.
A battlefield, 1989. From Shah Tahmaseb’s book of Kings.
Haftvad and the Worm, 1988.