Isfahan is like a piece of jewelry and an ultimate expression of the Iranian-Islamic culture. Early Islamic mosaic in Iran consist mainly of geometric decoration in mosques and mausoleums, made of glazed brick. One of the best known architectural masterpieces of Iran is the Shah mosque in Isfahan from 17th century.
Most of the decoration motifs on the tiles relates to natural flora and plants. Tile working has an important position among the various artistic features in Iranian architecture.
The painting’s directly derived from one of the most famous tile works belonging to Isfahan Jame mosque.
All can be seen in Isfahan tileworks is a combination to form complicated patterns with a variety of symmetries including reflections and rotations.