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Miniatur of Lilit Amirjanyan
Author of the illumination with Ararat


Uploaded on October 13, 2007 by Ralph Hälbig

We visited in Yerevan Mr. A.A. Abrahamyan. We made an interview with him about the changing of ideas of history stories in the caucasian area. In your flat he had showing us this miniatur which describing a myth from the armanian region …

Lilit Amirjanyan
(10/05/59) was born in Artsakh (Karabakh). Graduate of Kh. Abovian Pedagogical Institute’s Art Department. Ms. Amirjanyan is one of the leading experts on Armenian miniatures. She is a resident artist of world-famous Matenadaran, Armenia’s Institute of Ancient Manuscripts. She has illustrated numerous books, participated in exhibitions of Armenian Christian Cultural Center “Momik” worldwide, and has had several one-man shows. Commissioned by the Diocese of the Armenian Church of America, Ms. Amirjanyan has illustrated the set of exquisite Christmas card featuring the subjects taken from the Bible. She has also decorated two Bibles and hand copied four full Texts. One of these Bibles is the property of Matenadaran, and the other is owned by a private collector.


Lilit Amirjanyan / Armenian Artist

Lilit Amirjanyan (10/05/59) was born in Artsakh (Karabakh). Graduate of Kh. Abovian Pedagogical Institute’s Art Department.

Art Gallery

“How many roads do we have to paint red?” Armenita. Le Pomegranate, 1998. Exhibit at Narek.com Art Gallery. Artists. Gagik Adamyan · Lilit Amirjanyan

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