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"Abbasi: A Journey Through Art, History, and Sport" Step into the world of Abbasi, where history unfolds before your eyes. From the grandeur of the Coronation Delhi Durbar to the intricate beauty of a Safavid dynasty lacquer bookcover depicting a parrot perched on an apple blossom branch, every corner tells a tale. In this captivating journey, we encounter renowned figures like Jonty Clarke and Shakeel Abbasi. Their names resonate with excellence in their respective fields – one in sport and another in art. Together, they bring forth a unique blend of talent that transcends boundaries. Speaking of artistry, Riza takes center stage with his masterpieces. His Study of a Bird showcases meticulous detail and dates back to AH 1043/AD 1634. The Old man and the Youth captivate us with its enigmatic narrative from the second quarter of the 17th century. And who can forget Man in a Fur-Lined Coat? Created by Riza around 1600, it exudes elegance through every brushstroke. The artistic realm extends beyond paintings as we delve into Prince Killing a Lion – an awe-inspiring folio from the Davis Album crafted by Ali Reza and Riza during the 17th century. Meanwhile, The Lovers enchant us with their timeless romance dating back to AH 1039/AD 1630 – yet another masterpiece by Riza. As our journey continues through time and space, we find ourselves standing beneath Sheikh Lotf Allah Mosque's magnificent dome and mirhab in Isfahan, Iran. Its architectural splendor leaves us breathless while offering solace for spiritual seekers worldwide. And let's not forget Sheikh Loftollah Mosque's equally mesmerizing dome nearby - another testament to Iran's rich cultural heritage. Through these glimpses into history, artistry flourishes alongside sporting prowess as Jonty Clarke & Shakeel Abbasi join forces.