The Doshan Tappeh Street
|Type||Oil on cotton duck|
|Dimensions||137 cm × 106 cm (53 7⁄8 in × 41 6⁄8 in)|
|Location||Golestan Palace, Tehran|
The Doshan Tappeh Street is a painting by the Iranian realism painter Kamal-ol-molk with oil on cotton duck. It was painted in 1899 and features ex-street Doshan Tappeh in Tehran. A lady in Qajar-fashion is walking in the middle of work, along the street.
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