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The Qajar king, Fath-Ali Shah (1772 – 1834) loved to have his image on large scale canvasses, frescoes, and reliefs, showing the grandeur of his imperial appearance. Most of his oil painting portraits are painted by Mirza Baba and Mehr-Ali.

Fath-Ali Shah, by Mirza Baba, 1798-99

Fath-Ali Shah, by Mirza Baba, 1798-99

Fath-Ali Shah, c. 1800–1806, Musée du Louvre

Fath-Ali Shah, c. 1800–1806, Musée du Louvre

FathAli-Shah-Tate-Khalili

FathAli-Shah-Tate-Khalili

FathAli-Shah-MehrAli-Brooklyn

FathAli-Shah-MehrAli-Brooklyn

Fath-Ali Shah, attributable to Mirza Baba

Fath-Ali Shah, attributable to Mirza Baba

Fath Ali Shah. Signed by Muhammad, 1810

Fath Ali Shah. Signed by Muhammad, 1810

FathAli Shah, by Mehr Ali, 1813

FathAli Shah, by Mehr Ali, 1813

FathAli Shah, by Mehr Ali

FathAli Shah, by Mehr Ali

Fath-Ali Shah, Mehr Ali

Fath-Ali Shah, Mehr Ali

Fath-Ali Shah، Golestan Palace and Museum

Fath-Ali Shah، Golestan Palace and Museum

Fath-Ali Shah, by Mehr Ali

Fath-Ali Shah, by Mehr Ali

Fath-Ali Shah in Armor, by Mehr Ali, 1814-15, Smithsonian Institution

Fath-Ali Shah in Armor, by Mehr Ali, 1814-15, Smithsonian Institution

Fath-Ali Shah, Hermitage Museum

Fath-Ali Shah, Hermitage Museum

Fath-Ali Shah, by Ahmad

Fath-Ali Shah, by Ahmad

Fath-Ali Shah's Portrait on a Rug

Fath-Ali Shah’s Portrait on a Rug

Fath-Ali Shah Smoking Waterpipe

Fath-Ali Shah Smoking Waterpipe

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