Rome (IP) - Welcomed by the Italian people, the 'Colorful Iran' Expo was set up in Italy's Verona for eight days, where 112 works of the Iranian painters were put on display to the visitors.

Iran PressEurope: The Office of Iran's Cultural Attaché in Italy, Verona Municipality along with the relevant Iranian and Italian art institutes coordinated the exhibition, which ended on Monday.

Both Iran and Italy are famous for their painting artists. Iran has nurtured such painters as Kamal-ol-Molk, Hossein Behzad, Mahmoud Farshchian and Reza Badrossama.

Italy also enjoys great artists such as Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo. 

The exhibition 'Colorful Iran' kicked off on March 14 and was wrapped up on March 21, Monday. 


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