Mohsen Asgarian (b. 1948, Tehran, Iran) started working in various jobs (copper smithing, making oil lamps, roofing and duct construction, making air conditioner vents, etc.), and continued his education until graduating from high school. He has painted the walls, from the entrance to the roof of the building he has made with his own hands. Asgarian’s paintings are inspired by the sessions for praising the family of the Prophet (PBUH), and verses of Quran, or the poetry of the great Persian poets. Asgarian lives and works in Lavasan. (His body of works, according to the Outsider Art, is defined as Self-taught Art.