This carpet tableau is woven based on one of the Miniature paintings of Mahmoud Farshchian, named as Seven bodies. It is named after the name of the original painting as ‘Haft Peykar‘ (means seven bodies): Seven (7) people are shown in this tableau.
Persian handmade pictorial carpet (or carpet tableau or carpet frame) is a specially woven carpet suitable for wall-hanging and home decoration. This type of handmade rug is usually made by Tabriz designers and generally made of silk & kork (lamb wool).
The themes usually used in carpet tableaux are: Persian Miniature, Scenery, Statues, French Style, Flowers, People, and Quran verses.
Tabriz is the capital of pictorial carpet weaving in Iran. The stunning carpet tableaux woven in this city can be a great option for your home decor. They are usually framed and hanged on the wall.