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Seyhoun Gallery March 2012 Ahmad Nasrollahi Haji Firouze 01
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احمد نصرالهی در سال 1330 در بابل متولد شد . نقاشی را به صورت تجربی نزد تعدادی از هنرمندان ایرانی آغاز کرد . از سال 1356 سرپرستی نگارخانه آبی را به عهده گرفت و از همان زمان تا کنون به آموزش نقاشی کودکان و نوجوانان مشغول است . 
نخستین نمایشگاه جمعی اش در خانه جوانان ساری در سال 1350 و نخستین نمایشگاه انفرادی اش را در سال 1356 در نگارخانه آبی بابل بر پا شد . از آن تاریخ تا کنون 52 نمایشگاه انفرادی در شهرهای مختلف به ویژه در نگارخانه آبی بابل و گالری سیحون تهران برگزار نموده است 
او تا کنون در 63 نمایشگاه جمعی شرکت کرده است که مهمترین آن عبارتند از 
نخستین دو سالانه نقاشی ایران موزه معاصر تهران1370
پنجمین دو سالانه نقاشی ایران موزه هنرهای معاصر 1379
موزه هنرهای معاصر اصفهان 1381 و 1382
دومین دو سالانه نقاشی معاصر جهان اسلام 1381
نگاه معنوی موزه هنرهای معاصر1382
صد سال هنر ایران نگارخانه صبا1382
کاخ نیاوران1382
نمایشگاه بین المللی در فلورانس1993
پکن 1997
نمایشگاه جمعی از هنرمندان ایرانی در پاریس 1997
ونیز 1998
چهارمین دو سالانه شارجه 1999
نمایشگاه نقاسی در گالری الدهام انگلستان 2000
موزه لیتون هاوس لندن 2001
سوئیس 2004
شانگهای چین 2005
پکن 2006
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