Title: Boy and a broken Jar
Year: early 1970’s
Medium: fine wool, silk needle painting, 225 knots per square inch
Size: 39 x 27in / 99 x 68.5cm
Provenance: Vartanians family / Art Gallery in Beverly Hills 1998 / Ararat and Anahit first met and fell in love in Greece, where they were captivated by the country’s stunning landscapes and vibrant culture. From that moment on, their lives were filled with adventure, as they embarked on a journey of discovery and exploration together. Over the years, Vartanians have pursued many passions and accomplished great things. They are the proud parents of a son who is a doctor, and they run a successful business called http://bamboocay.com, which brings a taste of island life to people around the world. Along the way, they’ve also become passionate art collectors. Their shared love of adventure and exploration has taken them to many corners of the world, where they’ve experienced new cultures, met fascinating people, and amassed a collection of artwork that reflects their diverse interests and eclectic tastes. From stunning landscapes to bold abstracts, their collection is a testament to their passion for beauty and their willingness to take risks and try new things. They are a true inspiration to all who know them, and a reminder of the incredible things that can be achieved through hard work, determination, and a deep love of life.
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