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‘Ajanta in Armenia’: S Jaishankar shares work of caves by artist Sarkis Khachaturian

A well known diaspora painter, Armenian artist Sarkis Katchadourian was born in 1886. Based on the Nationwide Gallery of Armenia, his works “have discovered their deserved place in varied museums of Europe, USA and India.”
“Nearly all of the artist’s works are preserved on the Nationwide Gallery of Armenia,” the Gallery added.
Not too long ago, Exterior Affairs Minister of India Dr S Jaishankar took to Twitter to share glimpses of his go to to the Nationwide Gallery that homes fresco variations of choose Ajanta Cave work by Sarkis Katchadourian, who handed away in 1947.

Ajanta in Armenia. Work of the caves by famous Armenian Artist Sarkis Khachaturian at Nationwide Gallery of Armenia in Yerevan. pic.twitter.com/nsYDRTgU2t
— Dr. S. Jaishankar (@DrSJaishankar) October 13, 2021
“Ajanta in Armenia. Work of the caves by famous Armenian Artist Sarkis Khachaturian at Nationwide Gallery of Armenia in Yerevan,” he tweeted.

A high vacationer vacation spot in India’s Maharashtra, the Ajanta caves are a sequence of 29 caves relationship again to 2nd century B.C.E. until 650 C.E, and have been declared a UNESCO World Heritage website.
The horseshoe-shaped cave was constructed with hammer and chisel and homes beautiful murals, work and sculptures which depict the lifetime of Buddha, the founding father of Buddhism, as per Jataka tales.

In August this 12 months, Dr Vinay Sahasrabuddhe, President ICCR (Indian Council for Cultural Relations) additionally took to Twitter to share glimpses of the Armenian artist’s works.

In Yerevan, Armenia whereas visiting Nationwide Gallery of Armenia, it was nice to see fresco variations of choose Ajanta Cave work by Sarkis Katchadourian
(1886-1947), an Armenian artist who painstakingly created these inventive works! @iccr_hq would attempt carry these to India too! pic.twitter.com/hUgIPQuklT
— Dr. VINAY Sahasrabuddhe (@Vinay1011) August 17, 2021
“In Yerevan, Armenia whereas visiting Nationwide Gallery of Armenia, it was nice to see fresco variations of choose Ajanta Cave work by Sarkis Katchadourian (1886-1947), an Armenian artist who painstakingly created these inventive works! @iccr_hq would attempt carry these to India too!” he wrote.
Curiously, it’s reported that the traditional work had been produced from totally different supplies together with clay and cow dung which had been then painted in several colors together with yellow, black, white and brown. The work had been accomplished utilizing a method which has been known as Tempera, as per peoplepill.com.
Who was Sarkis Katchadourian?
As per askart.com that quotes researcher David Kwiat, Sarkis Katchadourian was born in Iran and studied in Paris. He was most well-known because the illustrator of Edward Fitzgerald’s Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam. A prolific artist, his works had been created with an Orientalist, or Persian sensibility.
A few of his well-known works embody illustrations portraying the Armenian genocide and the plight of its victims, depiction of a poor woman dancing for cash to outlive, girls refugees on a ship unaware of their vacation spot, and unsheltered, determined refugees within the neighborhood of the Cathedral of Etchmiadzin.
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