Faridoun and Hedayatpour seem to be Iranian names, but nothing to be found with the combination, at least not in roman script.
I think the end of the title refers to the "art of Farshid..".In which case, I think this guy *maybe* is the artist: Farshid Mesghali.[google images] I'm not certain but maybe you could email him and ask?
I think you found him! I just emailed.
I came across your blog and I found it amazing. Just a note. The name of the book (in the last picture) reads " Shahr-e-maran" which means " the city of snakes". Also, try searching Google for "fereydoun hedayatpour" and "farshid mesghali". You will find them ;) Great stuff! Thanks
You can also find a bit about the book at this catalogue entryhttp://catalogue.nla.gov.au/Record/4693054