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  • From Well-Known Artists to Simple Armenian Villagers.The Portraits of Lavinia Bazhbeuk-Melikyan

    From Well-Known Artists to Simple Armenian Villagers.The Portraits of Lavinia Bazhbeuk-Melikyan

      Armenian paintress Lavinia Bazhbeuk-Melikyan (1922-2005), daughter of the famous talented representative of ”Tbilisi School”, artist Alexander Bazhbeuk-Melikyan, got her professional education in College of Fine-Arts after Panos Terlemezyan and in the Institute after V. Surikov in Moscow. During her sixty-year creative life Lavinia painted landscapes, Still life, but the most interesting among Lavinia’s works

  • Armenian Landscape Painter Khachatur Yesayan and Impressionism

    Armenian Landscape Painter Khachatur Yesayan and Impressionism

    Khachatur Yesayan (1909-1977) is one of the famous representatives of the twentieth century Armenian pictorial art, who has his own peculiar painting style. This artist, born in Kars, enriched the genre of landscape with his new painting achievements.  He got his professional education in Yerevan College of Fine Arts and Industry. Yesayan was inspired by

  • Eduard Isabekyan’s art.

    Eduard Isabekyan’s art.

    Isabekyan is one of the greatest representatives of Armenian fine art of the second half of 20th century. He has a considerable investment and merit in Armenian painting and graphic art. The eminent painter was born on 8th of November 1914 in Igdir, then he moved to Yerevan. He gained a professional education  at the

  • Ashot Hovhannisyan. The revolutionist Deghdz Ashot

    Ashot Hovhannisyan. The revolutionist Deghdz Ashot

    Deghdz’s friends remember him with special warmth,he has remained perpetually on the pages of Armenian art history as an artist with the extremely vivid and expressive sense of color. Ashot Hovhannsiyan’s(1929-1997)  best canvases are executed by memory and are remote from the original. His thematic, landscape works are often abstracted, full of conditional forms which

  • Genocide in Armenian Art

    Genocide in Armenian Art

    On the 10th of February 2015  “Arvestagir” was in American University of Armenia, where Shahen Khachatryan was speaking on “Genocide in Armenian art.” It is worth to note that Shahen Khachatryan is author of many essays and multilingual Albums of Armenian art. His most remarkable book is “The Color of Pain”, published in 2010, where the works

  • Boghos Haytayan “The half-century chronicle of Armenian art, 1962-2014”

    Boghos Haytayan “The half-century chronicle of Armenian art, 1962-2014”

    The Kalents museum was crowded on the 26th of December. Artists, art critics, art lovers, all gathered to be acquainted with the new book by Poghos Haytayan. “The half-century chronicle of Armenian art, 1962-2014” is a unique treasure for art lovers. It represents Poghos Haytayan’s artistic heritage of more than 55-years, including the author’s articles, interviews

  • “Letters to the plates”

    “Letters to the plates”

    On the 3th of December 2015   “Arvestagir” visited Cafesjian Center for the Arts, where an exhibition from series of ” Encounters with art” was being held.  The exhibition titled “Letters to the plate” was, in its turn, a part of the exhibition “Yerevan Collectors’ Choice 2: Ruben Angaladian Letters in plates”. Evening started in ”