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National Art Gallery, Yerevan

Categories: Art Museums, History Museums, Museums
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4.2/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web
Immerse yourself in Armenian art at National Art Gallery, featuring a substantial collection of Russian, Persian, and European arts divided into 56 pavilions. Paintings by celebrated national artists such as Ivan Aivazovsky, Vardges Sureniants, and Martiros Saryan take pride of place, alongside a substantial collection of Russian realist painters. Works from Kandinsky, Donatello, and Flemish painters round out the selection. Get a fresh perspective of 20th-century Soviet art, as well as Armenian Apostolic Church-related pieces ranging from the 16th to 19th century. To visit National Art Gallery and get the most from your holiday in Yerevan, create itinerary details personal to you using our Yerevan family vacation planner.
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  • Aivazovsky gorgeous several floors here and foreign painting, and Russian and 3 floors of Armenian (one floor entirely devoted to Ovanesu Aivazovsky)
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  • Sculptures, paintings, furniture... The art is in all its forms along these floors! Italian Renaissance through Russian painters and especially Armenians, the present Museum of interesting works, some beautiful or majestic. The premises are clean and well gorgeous. Special mention for the room of antiques/Middle works that are huge and well-preserved.
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  • Good collection. But watching it is impossible: no spotlights, lighting standard ceiling (and places). Because of this, many don't see the paintings, they seem to be either black or otsvečivaût. The Windows are open, no climate control in many areas. If you don't like art more of his life, and had been in the Hermitage, the Russian Museum, the Pushkin, the Louvre, the Dresden gallery and many other world-famous museums, here doing nothing.
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  • Visit to see Vardges Surenyants' Salome, Aivazovsky and a number of other great artworks!
  • One of the coolest museums I have ever visited in my life. Seeing the whole inception of a nation from the paleolithic era until modern times is a very unique experience. If you're visiting Yerevan, this place is a no brainer.
  • If you want to learn about the history of Armenia, this ia the best place for you!
  • Great collection of armenian art
  • Its changing location
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