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At the art museum in Vanadzor
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State Art Museum of Vanadzor

Vanadzor State Art Gallery was founded in 1974 as a branch of the Armenian State Art Gallery. With time, it expanded its activity and in 1979 ceased being a branch and became independent. The gallery possesses patterns of modern art, graphics, sculpture as well as applied art. Every month both local and republican painters represent [...]

S.Nersesian - Feast on the bank of the river Kur
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The State Picture Gallery

This is one of the leading art museums in the region. Its collections include outstanding examples of Armenian, Russian and European art. Altogether the museum numbers more than 20,000 works of painting, sculpture and graphic and applied art in its collections, with more than 3000 of which are constantly exhibited. The section on Armenian art [...]

folk art museum wood carving 2
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Armenian Museum of Folk Art

The State Museum of Folk Art of Armenia is a unique center of culture where specimens of decorative and applied art are preserved and displayed. The museum with its two branches – Yerevan Exhibition of wood-carving and Dilijan Museum – carries on a considerable work in collecting, studying, and introducing Armenian folk art. The museum [...]

Armenian Art
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Armenian Art

Armenian Art Armenian art has been profoundly influenced by Armenian culture, Armenia’s long history, ever-changing geography and unique mountainous landscape. One of the most important periods of Armenian art was that from the ninth to the sixth centuries BC. Armenia was, at this point in history, the Kingdom of Van or Urartu. Citadels, temples, irrigation [...]