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Ali shirazi

he was born in 1960 in shiraz. he started learning calligraphy since 1947 with Mr. Nasrollah Moeen and after receviving the Distiniction certificate from Iranian Calligraphy Scociety, passed the complemenarty educations at the preseence of Professor Gholamhossein Amirkhani, the senior Master of the Iranian Calligraphy Scociety. Shirazi worked for while as the head of Esfahan Calligraphy Scociety and immigrated to Tehran in the year 1988 and was elected as the member of the high council of Iranian Calligraphy Scociety

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