About the Artist
Firouzeh Razavi was born in Iran. She is an essentially self-taught artist. Her works, which consist of Oil Paintings, Watercolors, and Charcoal Drawings, have been awarded many prizes in competition all over Iran. In March, 1990, she was signally honored by being invited by the Vatican to come to Rome, Italy, to work upon the restoration of some of the oldest masterpiece paintings of Italy.
In 2011, Firouzeh's first book, Portrait of a Life, a short memoir depicting her childhood in Iran, was released by Hamilton Books. In the next three years, Firouzeh would write and release 3 more books with Hamilton Books: Chime (fiction, 2013), Isolation (fiction, 2014), and Musings, Four Short Stories (fiction, 2014).
Firouzeh has reached the epitome of artistic excellence with her current elegant and skillful productions and by being able to duplicate so accurately and exquisitely some of the works of European Old Masters. Her determination to explore the boundaries of art and writing have helped her explore her artistic abilities, leading not only to some of the most unique productions, but leave fans in anticipation of her future works to come!
She now resides in California with her husband, daughter, and son.