استادیار، پردیس هنرهای زیبا، دانشکدهی هنرهای تجسمی، دانشگاه تهران، ایران.
عنوان مقاله [English]
Persian painting, as an original Iranian art, has shaped the visual narratives of literary, scientific and religious subjects. Social events have also fallen within the scope of this art and affected by it, as can be seen in the works. Iranian female Persian painters have played a significant role in this regard throughout history. Despite the importance of this subject, there has been little research on it, which indicates the need to perform numerous and extensive studies to analyze the works and status of these artists as well as the social developments in this regard. Therefore, this study has explored the status and selected works of female artists during the Islamic Revolution as an extensive and all-embracing development. It has focused on female Persian painters during the Islamic Revolution and raised the following questions: “What are the characteristics of the Iranian female Persian painters works during the Islamic Revolution? And “How do these works differ from the previous periods? To delve into the status of female Persian painters in this period, we presented a background of females’ presence in this area. This study is both qualitative by nature. Providing statistics on and comparing the number of female artists in different periods provides some of the findings needed for the conclusion. The analyses and findings of the study reveal that the Iranian female Persian painters have included in their works not only the historical issues of Islam, but also the socio-political issues as well as events of the Revolution such as war and martyrdom. Their focus on new topics and the need for better and more effective presentations have given rise to differences in their work methods. A desk-based research method was adopted in this study to identify the sources, and content description and analysis was utilized for data analysis.