Martiros Saryan's exhibition was organized within the framework of the Days of Armenian Culture in Russia.
The exhibition includes about 30 paintings, mostly related to the period of the 1910s, the time of mastering, when Saryan became famous.
At the exhibition master's works painted during Saryan's travels to the countries of the Middle East and memories about them will be presented. They represent the artist's highest creative achievements in the pre-revolutionary period. Among them - the famous "Street. Noon. Constantinople" (1910, Tretyakov Gallery), "Date Palm. Egypt" (1911, Tretyakov Gallery).
The exhibition includes works from the collection of the National Gallery of Armenia, the Martiros Saryan House Museum in Yerevan and the State Tretyakov Gallery.
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Tretyakov Gallery: Martiros Saryan Аrtworks' Еxhibition
Martiros Saryan's (1880-1972) exhibition was organized within the framework of the Days of Armenian Culture in Russia. / ARMEDIA/
Opening of Martiros Sarian House-Museum after long reconstruction took place
Opening of Martiros Sarian House-Museum after long reconstruction took place. / “Photolure” News Agency/
Martiros Sarian House-Museum
"The Earth is like a living being, it has its own soul; without the native soil and close contact with the Mother Country one cannot identify oneself, ones own soul"
These words of Martiros Sarian are substantiated in his unconventional art. /Armenian Travel Bureau/
Monument to Martiros Sarian
Sarian was one of the plead of major cultural figures of Armenia at the turn of the century. His work, in common with the library contributions of O. Tumanian and A. Isaakian, those of T. Toramanian and A. Tamanian in architecture, and of Komitas in national music, set the standard of national art, and laid the foundations for its flowering in the Soviet period. /Armenian Travel Bureau/
A piece from the documentary "Martiros Sarian". The film was shot by "Armenfilm" studio in 1965.
The director – Laert Vagarshian, script writer – Ilya Ehrenburg, composer – Lazar Sarian.
The new version of the
site is dedicated to the blessed
memory of Araksi Sarian.