IBNA- The book 'Trees' (1977) by an Italian artist which teaches children and young adults how to draw a tree has been reprinted fourteen times by Iran's Center for the Intellectual Development of Children and Young Adults.
According to IBNA correspondent quoting from the public and international relations department of Iran's Center for the Intellectual Development of Children and Young Adults (ICIDCY), the book was authored by Italian artist Bruno Monary 43 years ago and was first translated into Persian by Mohsen Ehsani and published by the press department of ICIDCY in 1985.
The work is not simply an educational for teaching how to draw trees, but actually shows how the trees have been depicted by nature.
It was also inspired by the theory of Leonardo da Vinci who was closely watching the plants and trees for several hours observing how they bloom and grew, then was painting his discoveries.
Over 93500 copies of this 72 pages book has been printed by the press department of ICIDCY.