Tour the Jermuk Art Gallery

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From the collection of the Jermuk Art Gallery (Photo by Areg Balayan, My Armenia Program)

One of the National Gallery of Armenia’s 11 branches, the Jermuk Art Gallery encourages a deeper understanding of Armenian art since the 1950s through its rich collection of paintings in a variety of styles by artists, including Martiros Sarian, Vahram Gaifejian, and Hakob Hakobian. The gallery hosts both temporary and permanent exhibitions featuring paintings, sculptures, and ceramics, as well as programs, lectures, and workshops to educate the public and foster a deeper appreciation for Armenian art and artists. Highlights in the collection include a portrait of Paruyr Sevak by Sargis Muradyan full of rich symbolism, as well as a stone with the word arev,” meaning sun in Armenian, inscribed by the Armenian American novelist and playwright William Saroyan when he visited Jermuk in 1978.

The museum offers guided tours in Armenian, English, and Russian upon request.

From the collection of the Jermuk Art Gallery

Photo by Areg Balayan, My Armenia Program

From the collection of the Jermuk Art Gallery

Photo by Areg Balayan, My Armenia Program

From the collection of the Jermuk Art Gallery

Photo by Areg Balayan, My Armenia Program

From the collection of the Jermuk Art Gallery

Photo by Areg Balayan, My Armenia Program

From the collection of the Jermuk Art Gallery

Photo by Areg Balayan, My Armenia Program

From the collection of the Jermuk Art Gallery

Photo by Areg Balayan, My Armenia Program

From the collection of the Jermuk Art Gallery

Photo by Areg Balayan, My Armenia Program

From the collection of the Jermuk Art Gallery

Photo by Areg Balayan, My Armenia Program

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