Jamshid Aminfar (1960-2022, Tehran, Iran) went to London after receiving his Art Diploma to learn making gravures. After three years of living in London, he returned to Iran and started working in a printing house for 20 years. Suffering from cyanosis, he has lost his job since the early 2000s and was painting on streets (at the intersection of Enqelab and Felestin Street) by 2019. His works have been presented in numerous exhibitions and his second solo show was held in Outsider Inn Gallery in winter, 2018. (His body of works, according to the Outsider Art, is categorized as the self-taught art).