Armenian Sculptors: Getik Baghdasarian, Suren Nazaryan, Sergey Merkurov, Rafik Khachatryan, Garri Dadyan, Momik, Ghukas Chubaryan
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Armenian Sculptors: Getik Baghdasarian, Suren Nazaryan, Sergey Merkurov, Rafik Khachatryan, Garri Dadyan, Momik, Ghukas Chubaryan  (English, Paperback, Llc Books, Llc Books)

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  • Language: English
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publisher: Books Llc
  • ISBN: 9781157458678, 115745867X
  • Edition: 2010
  • Pages: 36
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Chapters: Getik Baghdasarian, Suren Nazaryan, Sergey Merkurov, Rafik Khachatryan, Garri Dadyan, Momik, Ghukas Chubaryan, Hakob Gyurjian, Sargis Baghdasaryan. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 34. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Getik Baghdasarian (born 1916, v. Borisovka, Armenia, Armenian: , also Baghdasaryan) is a renowned Armenian sculptor based in Yerevan, Armenia. He is the nephew of Armenian architect Baghdasar Arzoumanian. During 1964 - 1968 Baghdasarian studied in the Terlemezian Fine Arts College. The he graduated with honors from the Sculpture Department of the Fine Arts and Drama Institute (19691974). He has been a member of the faculty at the Yerevan Fine Arts Academy since 1975, and the head of the Sculpture Department since 1993. In 2006 he was the winner for sculpture of the annual arts awards, instituted by the president of Armenia. The prize was a medal, diploma and 2.5 million drams. Baghdasarian's winning work was a monument erected two years previously in Sisian to the writer Hamo Sahian. Getik Baghdasaryan participated in the following exhibitions 1982 "The Pope's Monument" in Echmiadzin 1982 "Hazaran Blbul" in Arzni 1985 "Zitan" symposium in Ijevan 1986 "Hazaran Blbul" symposium in Ijevan 1987 Zangezur Gateways 1988 "Ktrich's Monument" in Sisian 1990 "Fairytale" symposium in Ijevan 1999 12 bas-relief in Saint Sargis Church, Yerevan 2001 "Sculpture of Saint Thaddeus" in Saint Gregory the Illuminator Cathedral, Yerevan Also have works in Moscow Tretyakov Gallery, State Gallery of Ivanov city-Russia, State Gallery of Tiumen city-Russia, Yeghishe Charent's house museum in Yerevan and Charentsavan, Museum of Wood Art in Yerevan, Bergori museum in Lachin and a number of other places. His works are comprised in private collections of different countries of the worl...More: http://booksllc.net/?id=21309731
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