National Gallery to host Mkrtich Sedrakyan exhibition

National Gallery to host Mkrtich Sedrakyan exhibition

PanARMENIAN.Net - On Feb 16, National Gallery of Armenia will host the opening of an exhibition of famed painter Mkrtich Sedrakyan (1922-2009), to mark the artist’s 90th birth anniversary.

The exhibition will comprise exclusively portrays, most of them to be showcased for the first time

Sedrakyan’s artwork is distinguished by large paintings depicting the country’s heroic past and the current national struggle.

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