Museum of the master Behzad
The miniature museum of master Hossein Behzad is located in the central part of the Sa'd Abad complex. The building belongs to the end of the qajaro period and to the beginning of the Pahlavi period during which this museum was known as the Karbās palace and was used as a resting place, for work by the Pahlavi rulers.
Finally, in the year 1373 (Solar Egira), on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the birth of the master Behzād, on the world day of the museum, it was inaugurated as such.
This museum has five halls with various works including pencil and ink drawings and color paintings from the most disparate themes of different periods of the artist and authoritative master of the miniature Hossein Behzād. These salons are as follows:
salon number 1: works performed in the style of Iranian painting schools; works such as "the game of polo", "Shirin and Farhād", "woman with parchment in hand", "meeting of the lesson of the sage Omar Khayyām".
Salon number 2: works inspired by the poems of Iranian poets such as Khayyam, Hafez e Moulana...
Exhibition number 3: works that portray the culture of ordinary people, paintings such as "the chiromantes", "marriage", "he who offers water", "the shepherd who plays the flute" ...
Salone number 4: representation of faces of famous people in the field of painting as the face of famous and great personalities such as: Hafez, Knows of, Khayyam, Moulana, Razi etc…
Salon number 5: drawings like faces taken in different expressions or drawings of some animals
The basement of this museum is used as an exhibition and place of teaching.