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Mariam Aslamazian

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Mariam Arshaki Aslamazian (October 20, 1907, Bash-Shirak village, near Alexandropol – 2006, Moscow) was a Soviet painter, recognized as a People's Artist of the Armenian SSR (1965) and People's Artist of the Soviet Union (1990).
She was the sister of painter Yeranuhi Aslamazian. A large collection of their works is kept at the Aslamazian Sisters' Museum in their native Gyumri.
Aslamazian was the student of Stepan Aghajanian and Petrov-Vodkin. Her paintings evoke the dramatic, colorful themes of the period of her life.
While critics argue the relative strengths of her paintings, her exquisite ceramic plates are universally proclaimed masterpieces.
Mariam Aslamazian died in Moscow, and was buried in Yerevan’s Komitas Pantheon.
Famous paintings
The Return of the Hero (1942)
I'm 70 Years Old (1980)
Noisy Neighbors (1981)

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Mariam Arshaki Aslamazian (Russian: Асламаз́ян Мариа́м Арша́ковна; 20 October 1907 – 16 July 2006, Moscow) was a Soviet painter, recognized as a People's Artist of the Armenian SSR (1965) and People's Artist of the Soviet Union (1990).

Born in Alexandropol, or the current Gyumri, Aslamazian has been labelled as ‘The Armenian Frida Kahlo’ because of the aesthetic features of her paintings. She was a representative of the Armenian school of decorative-planar still lives, narrative paintings and portraits. Her sister, Yeranuhi Aslamazian, was also a painter. A large collection of the two’s works is now kept in their hometown.

Aslamazian was the student of Stepan Aghajanian and Petrov-Vodkin. Her paintings evoke the dramatic, colorful themes of the period of her life.

Mariam Aslamazian died in Moscow, and was buried in Yerevan’s Komitas Pantheon.

Mariam Aslamazian on the Encyclopedia of ‘Hayazg’

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