Avetis has achieved to create a truly expressive character that leaves a lasting impression on the observer. This kind of grotesque personages is really hard to forget and help us broaden our perceptions of beauty.
oil on canvas
100 x 80 cm
signed lower left
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ABOUT Avetis Khachatrian
Born in Yerevan, Armenia, Avetis Khachatrian graduated from the Faculty of Wood Carving at Yerevan Art College and the Faculty of Visual Arts in Panos Terlemezian Arts College in 2006. A figurative artist, Khachatrian views the subjects in his work like members of his family, stopping to chat to them when walking past the canvas, seeing them in...— Read more
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