Professor Ali Peng-Poor Esfahani was born on December 4, 1319 in Solomon in Pamenar District of Isfahan, and as the third child of the Artists’ Family and the descendants of prominent Iranian artists.
During his childhood, his father, Mohammad Javad Panzhepour, died. Several years after his father’s death, he began to study with his brothers in the beginning of his school year in order to start a new life.
After nearly 20 years of experience in the field of tile and architecture, he returned to his hometown in the name of the renowned names of this area, all of whom were from his lineage.
Throughout the artistic life of this prominent Iranian professor, professors such as Ali Mokhtari (Bajeri), Professor Hossein Lorzadeh, Professor Mohammad Sharbaf, Professor Aziz Allah Mashhati, Professor Ismail Zohreh, Professor Ahmad Archang, Professor Abbas Karbazian and Professor Habibollah Fazaeli with him Have collaborated.
Ali Payjehpour taught more than 15 students during his lifetime. The children of Master Ali Peng-Pour are currently one of the few conservationists in the art of tiling and traditional Iranian architecture in the style of Isfahan in the world and continue the artistic school of this outstanding professor.
He finally died on April 10, 1376 after a half-century of unceasing efforts in the field of restoration, preservation and dissemination of Iranian architecture and tile based on the traditional principles and with the degree of artistic mastery of the great past and buried in the garden of Rezvan Isfahan.
The collection of the works of Ali Paljuhpur is one of the most beautiful works and is considered as the reference and the legacy of the traditional art of traditional tiling.
At present, a complete, unparalleled collection of works, drafts and narratives has left the fundamental principles of tile and traditional Iranian architecture that has not yet been published.