"Khachatur Abovyan on the top of Mount Ararat"
Oil / canvas
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Eduard Isabekyan was born in 1914 in Surmalu, Igdir.
1927–1931 Attended "Geghard" college where he received his first professional education taught by practicing artists Sedrak Arakelyan, Vahram Gayfedjian (painting), Gohar Fermanyan (graphic).
1935–1941 Studied in the Tbilisi State Academy of Arts, Georgia
1941 – Became a member of the Armenian Artists Union
1945 – Started to teach in Yerevan State Academy of Fine Arts
1967–1987-Director of the National Gallery of Armenia.
2005 – Eduard Issabekian lived and worked in the Armenian village Ashtarak
2007 – August 17 Eduard Isabekyan died.
A large number of researches, articles, monographs and dozens of films are dedicated to Eduard Isabekyan.
A separate hall is allotted to Eduard Isabekyan’s permanent exhibition in The National Gallery of Armenia. His paintings are stored in many prestigious museums and private collections.
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