Nobel Prize for Painting:Iman Maleki ,laureate who deserves the highest award

by sidsue4364 on May 25, 2009

Nobel prize for painting ! sounds strange and it is because there has been no such award since Nobel prize is given to someone who does something phenomenal in field of science,economics etc.No doubt that these awards have been given to some extra ordinary person be it Amartya Sen an Indian (for economics), Prof John Nash, American(for Mathematics).

Well there is a man who deserves something as he is best in the business,business of painting. No doubt that painter is one who portrays the true image of our society. This man is lost today or may have not got his true respect he ought to get, he is Painter Iman Maleki from Iran. A true magician who uses his canvas and true colors  giving a real and live painting.

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Iman Maleki was born on 1976 in Tehran. He has been fascinated by the art of Painting since he was a child. At the age of 15, he started to learn painting under the mastery of his first and only teacher – Morteza Katouzian – who is a renowned painter of Iran.

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Meanwhile, he began to paint professionally. In 1999 he graduated in Graphic Design from the Art University of Tehran. Since 1998, he has participated in several exhibitions.

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In the year 2000, he got married and in the following year he established ARA Painting Studio and started to teach painting, considering classical and traditional values.

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The most important exhibitions he has participated in, are: The Exhibition of Realist painters of Iran at Tehran Contemporary Museum of Art(1999) and The Group Exhibition of KARA Studio Painters at SABZ Gallery(1998) and at SA’AD ABAD Palace(2003).

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In 2005, Iman received the William Bouguereau award and the Chairman’s , Choice award in the second international ARC salon competition.

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The best feature of his paintings are that part of his paintings are real and some are animated.

For more on his life visit  http://imanmaleki.com/index.htm

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RAHUL LIL 04.06.10 at 9:32 pm

Aapki painting dhek ke bus unme he kho jane ka dil karta he.sach me mere pass koi alfaj nahi he apke bare me tarif karne ka……..

Nurjamal Mian 06.28.10 at 11:15 am

The painting of the woman is very nice as a thime.

Ashish 07.06.10 at 5:32 pm

@Mian true dear

soile olayimika 10.08.10 at 4:30 pm

iman,i love your painting so much. The realness is just too much.am an artist too,am into ur kind of painting.real art.wish 2 meet u one day.guy,u deserve any award in d world. Big up colleague!…….frm nigeria .africa.

ajit 01.02.11 at 3:39 pm

hi iman, that could be made more realistic but its ok.

rida 01.17.11 at 2:53 pm

Inam,
Your captivating painting of two young girls reading a book.
Under the gloomy sky engrossed in there on world,
Shawls falling softly from their shoulders,
The intricate work shown on the carpet,
The innocent attentive eyes of the girls,
The skyscrapers in the back ground,
The washed out wall by years of rain and sunlight,
The soft folds on their garments,
The light blue faded jeans,
I have no word to describe your painting

madhuri 01.18.11 at 7:16 pm

superb cant say PAINTINGS OR PHOTOGRAPHS……..

forough 01.25.11 at 11:57 pm

hello. mr iman maleki is iranian and i am iranian too. his paintings are very beautifull.
good luck

naveen 06.10.11 at 10:17 pm

oh…..God……..what amazing paintings……unbelivable paintingsss….I like all these paintings.Its very very sweet.God`s grace with you…Iman Malekki…..I LOVE YOU…..brother.

http://tinyurl.com/openpratt26500 02.08.13 at 7:11 pm

“Nobel Prize for Painting:Iman Maleki ,laureate who deserves the highest
award | Out of Box” was a remarkable post, cannot help but
wait to read through much more of ur postings.
Time to waste a little time on-line lol. Thanks for your effort ,Sally

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