Madjid paintings and prints that we have in our catalogue are shown below. If
you would like any more information or would like to request another
painting or print, please
Limited Edition Giclee Print on Canvas.
Un-framed Price : £435
Madjid, born in 1943 in Teheran, comes from a well known Persian family of artists. 25 Years ago he came to Germany. He lives partly in Hamm (Germany), partly on Mallorca. His works are represented in important art collections in Europe, USA and Asia. The artist signs off with three different names, Pan, Madjid, Rhanavardkar. Rhanavardkar Madjid paints like he lives. With energy, with power, yet with the tenderness of the strong. What moves us in Madjid is the sound of his unconsciously-impressionistic character. To all things he shapes, he attributes his powerful vitality. His subjects - people, flowers, landscapes - have their own expressive existence. The visible is dynamically defined and projected from the unsecurity of light and movement by expressive brushstrokes.
Born in Teheran in 1943, into the renowned Rhanavardkar family of Persian artists. He began to paint at the age of 16 under the tutelage of his prominent grandfather and talented brother, Anousch. Immediately people were captivated by his effervescent painting style, because Madjid paints like he lives, with energy and power, yet with the tenderness of the confident. In 1959, Madjid was awarded the Iran-French RASI prize for painting. A year later, he won that competitionís first prize for sculpture. Madjid furthered his talent under the tutelage of Messrs. ZŲllner and Huber in Munich. Madjidís unique style combines the techniques of impressionism with the vibrancy and intensity of expressionism, a style that he continues to follow today.
In 1966, the artist was featured at Teheranís ARSEN gallery in a series of successful one-man and group exhibitions. Over the years, Madjid has maintained a solid reputation and following. He has lived in Munich for over three decades and is one of the cityís most respected artists on the contemporary scene. Today, Madjidís work can be found in prestigious collections throughout Europe, Asia, and the USA. Madjid paints with a rich vitality that touches the viewer on a subconscious level.
As the viewer travels across rows of trees or fields that stretch in the distance, he or she is caught off guard by the interplay of intense light, shadow, and brilliant colour. This, combined with the artistís technique of sudden, strong line, produces a striking and profound effect. Through his lifelong dedication to his profession, Madjid has rightly earned the title of contemporary master.