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Armenian Motive. Stones (triptych). 2010, an original painting by Arthur Hovhannisyan

Arthur Hovhannisyan

Armenian Motive. Stones (triptych)

2010
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Armenia is often called a Land of Stones. An ancient legend says that when God offered different peoples to choose their lands, Armenians were late. That is why they inheriteda land full of stones and mountains. Thus the stone became one of the symbols of Armenian nature and culture. Arthur Hovhannisyan convinces the viewer that the stones are a true Armenian motive. The triptych is full of warmth emitted by the grey rocks. The artist performs an astonishing work with the texture of the stones and grass, transforming the canvas into a piece of land, which seems to be living and tangible. The painting seems to unveil the spiritual essence of the stone.

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Armenia is often called a Land of Stones. An ancient legend says that when God offered different peoples to choose their lands, Armenians were late. That is why they inheriteda land full of stones and mountains. Thus the stone became one of the symbols of Armenian nature and culture. Arthur Hovhannisyan convinces the viewer that the stones are a true Armenian motive. The triptych is full of warmth emitted by the grey rocks. The artist performs an astonishing work with the texture of the stones and grass, transforming the canvas into a piece of land, which seems to be living and tangible. The painting seems to unveil the spiritual essence of the stone.

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