Ararat in the armenian butter churn (2015)
Oil painting by Meruzhan Khachatryan


  • Oil painting, Canvas
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  • Size: 29.53 × 35.43 in (unframed)
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Artist's description:

This is also is my lovely painting I have created on the end of 2015.
This painting has very deep and warm meaning for armenians. I painted Ararat mountain in the butter churn symbolizing the yearning of all armenian to our sweet and saint mountain, to Ararat.
I painted the staircase and a vine which growing from inside of butter churn to old armenian house with a nice staircase leading to the second floor and the balcony.
Finally on the downside of the painting I painted a big pomegranate on the special table for rolling out the dough for baking bread after.

Materials used:

oil on canvas