Golo Morgh (Flower and Bird)
This term is used to describe a type old style of Persian painting including flowers, leaves, birds such as nightingale, and sometimes butterflies. Painters relied on elements of nature in their representations. This style of painting could be seen either independently, or used to decorate various applicable art pieces such as pencil cases (ghalamdan). It is very likely that the roots of this style could be attributed to Chinese painting. The colors used in this style in the Gajar era were influenced by European paintings.