Russian and Soviet Artworks
The National Gallery of Armenia is the country’s major art gallery. Its collection is displayed in 56 galleries, which allow the Gallery to tell the story of national visual arts, decorative-applied arts as well as world culture from ancient times to our days. In the galleries of European, Russian, Armenian and Oriental art the visitors are introduced to the art of Aivazovsky, Sarian, Kandinsky, Donatello and other distinguished artists.
14.03.2017 - 09.06.2017
"Wassily Kandinsky. The Wandering Knight" The exhibition "Wassily Kandinsky. The Wandering Knight" opens on March 14, 2017, in "MUDEC. Museo dalle Culture", Milan, Italy. It also includes the artworks "Oriental Suite. Arabs III" (1911, oil on canvas) and "Composition" (1918, indian ink on paper) owned by the National Gallery of Armenia.
25.03.2017 - 04.06.2017
Armenian Impressionism. From Moscow to Paris. On March 25, 2017 the Museum of Russian Impressionism in Moscow welcomes the exhibition “Armenian Impressionism”. It will introduce the phenomenon “Armenian Impressionism” to the viewers of Moscow.
28.12.2016 - 28.12.2016
25.11.2016 - 25.12.2016
Graphics of the 18th-20th centuries. Russian and Soviet Artworks The graphic artworks exhibition of Russian and Soviet artists of the 18th-20th centuries opens on November 25, at 15:00 at the National Gallery of Armenia.
25.10.2016 - 25.10.2016
Madeleine Karacasian's donation to the National Gallery of Armenia Today, the Romanian-Armenian journalist and publicist Mrs. Madeleine Karacaşian donated a painting by the Romanian-Armenian artist Yervand Nikoghosian and a 19th century silver buckle of Balkan style to the National Gallery of Armenia.