Hagop Hagopian Armenian, 1923-2013
Hagop Hagopian (1923-2013) was an Armenian painter who was born in Egypt and lived and worked in Armenia.
With the vanishing pinks of trees that have just completed their flowering, the burgeoning emerald of a tiny shrub, the limpid, crystalline blue of the Armenian sky, the earth, stones, trellised vineyards, and delicate branches replete with anticipation and ethereal quivers, Hagop Hagopian captures the ethos and spirit of the Armenian countryside in his art. Working within a unique style that is often praised for its pursuit of perfection, the artist uses a linear approach to composition where simple, geometric shapes and pale, subdued colors reflect a certain austerity of sentiment that visually translates Hagopian’s intensive devotion to his native soil.
Hagop HagopianOnline Exclusive 13 May - 25 Jun 2022Tufenkian Fine Arts is pleased to present, Hagop Hagopian, an online exclusive presentation spanning the artist's formative years in the 1980s to his more mature style in the mid 2000s....
Tribute: Works on Paper20 Nov - 23 Dec 2020Tufenkian Fine Arts is pleased to present Tribute: Works on Paper, a group exhibition including works by Garo Antreasian, Hagop Hagopian, Varujan Boghosian, and Reuben Nakian. The exhibition will be...