Станислав НикиреевЯпонияАфджатикаМихаил и Инесса ГармашАнтиквариатАфджатикаАфджатикаАфрикаРоман ШустровДмитрий ЯковинКонстантин Калинович
Armen Gasparian
ictures by Armen Gasparyan resemble Byzantine frescoes and drawings by Leonardo da Vinci, they are associated with the Venetian carnival and the biblical Babylon. Being often almost monochrome, they are very expressive and symbolic. Armen’s works always have connotations that the artist does not hide. Instead he clearly specifies his thoughts directly on the paper with a swift and clear handwriting in his native Armenian. His characters are harlequins, women, clowns, kings, philosophers and saints. His women have tender faces and languishing eyes, his men are thoughtful and restrained. Armen’s pictures are parable, and he is a wonderful storyteller, hard-working and attentive. Armen Gasparyan’s paintings gained deserved popularity among connoisseurs of painting long time ago, but his light, polish graphics is less known, and we are doing our best to correct this regrettable underestimation.
 Armen Gasparyan was born in 1966 in Kapan, southern Armenia.
Since 1984 he has lived and worked in St. Petersburg.
From 1988 to 1993 he studied at St. Petersburg Herzen State University, the Faculty of Fine Arts. He is a member of the St. Petersburg Union of Artists. Gasparyan’s works can be found in private collections in Germany, Holland, Finland, USA, Russia and other countries.

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