|Name Farideh Lashai||Died February 24, 2013|
Farideh lashai thus in silence in dreams projections
Farideh Lashai (فریده لاشایی in Persian); Rasht, Iran 1944 – Tehran, February 24, 2013) was an Iranian painter. She was born in Rasht, Iran. She was also a writer and translator. Her foremost book is Shal Bamu. She is renowned for her abstract contemporary paintings, which are a combination of traditional and contemporary views of nature.
- Farideh lashai thus in silence in dreams projections
- Farideh lashai el amal 2011 2012 edward tyler nahem fine art
- Solo exhibitions
- Group exhibitions
Farideh lashai el amal 2011 2012 edward tyler nahem fine art
After finishing high school, she went to Germany. After studying in the school of translation in Munich, she studied decorative arts at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. She then worked for two years in Reidel company.
Her paintings combined the traditional art with contemporary art, including techniques deriving from late 17th century northern Europe. The traditions of Paul Cézanne, and those of the Far East are present in her works, and yet her works are considered to have a contemporary view of nature. Her works are considered a reflection inner insight and a perception of the soul of nature. She never intended to paint the details, but instead to create a symbol and vague understanding of nature, so that they would have the feeling of nature in them.
In the late 1990s, Lashai co-founded Neda Group, an artist collective composed of 12 Iranian female painters.
At the age of 68, after a long period of dealing with cancer, she died in Jam hospital in Tehran.