MARIAM AND ERANUHI ASLAMAZYAN
Mariam and Eranuhi Aslamazyan were two painter sisters working between the '30s - '50s traveling from Armenia to Africa, India, China and America. They were influenced by painters such as Abram Arkhipov, and by artists they met during their journeys, such as Amrita Sher-Gil in India.
Mariam Aslamazyan was born in 1907 in Bash-Shirak village of the Kars region. She died in 2006.
Mariam’s creations are bright and luminous. The content of the colours and coating of her creations is the search for the world’s being. In her art she tried to revise the Soviet and post-war years from her own point of view. She has expressed her attitude about the consequences of those years.
Her works are part of the permanent collections of numerous museums including Sofia, Berlin, Leningrad, Venice, Tokyo, Delhi, among others. The works devoted to India were awarded the G.Neru prize in 1970-1971, and the prize of Hamal Abdenaser in 1976.
Eranuhi Aslamazyan was born in 1910 in Bash-Shirak village of the Kars region. She died in 1988.
Eranuhi Aslamazyan with her art paid great attention to the human emotional state which is attached importance in the work. Her motives are as if constantly repeated, but each time in pursuit of new creative problems and themes that suggest new solutions, the aim of which are not to make the audience to leap to the conclusion, but to let them think.
The works of Eranuhi Aslamazyan are part of the permanent collections of numerous museums in London, Sofia, Berlin, Leningrad, Venice, Tokyo, Delhi, among others.
Eranuhi Aslamazyan, African Still-Llife with Sculpture
Mariam Aslamazyan, Peppers: flames