Armenian artist Ariel Agemian was an artist-writer who expressed his creativity and faith through idealist and materialistic art. He was always the artist who demonstrated the myriad of experiences and appearances in the existence of life.
This website has information about the life of Ariel Agemian, his Armenian heritage, his educational studies and his life in Venice, Paris, New York City and Brooklyn, N.Y.
He soon moved to Venice where he was educated at the Collegio Armeno Moorat Raphael until he was 18 years old. In 1926, he was asked to created the official diploma of the school and which is presented to the graduates upon their graduation. He received the degree of Maestro Arte and a full professorship in art from the Academie of Fine Arts in Venice. He later received a doctorate in Philosophy from the University of Padua, Italy.
While living in America, he painted mostly religious subjects. He produced many portraits, large tableaux and also large and small works on all subjects.
During his artistic career in Europe, Agemian received two gold medals in art, one each from the Association Artistiques in Venice and from the Artistes Critiques in Paris.
Agemian’s paintings are widely exhibited in Paris, Vienna, Venice and Milan. His works have adorned Catholic Churches in Paris, Sevres, and Arnouville, St. Nicholas of Tollentine Seminary in Rome and the Armenian Museum in Yerevan, Turkey.
In America, his works are in the Boston, Belmont, Springfield, MA., Philadelphia and New York City areas.
Agemian is most famed for the Face of Christ from the Shroud of Turin.
A reproduction of this painting is possible thru a signed copyright release form, which is given upon request. There is a fee for a one time use or a fee for multiple use. Contact info: Annig Agemian Raley email@example.com
Purchase of Originals
Agemian’s original paintings are curated by his daughter, Annig and her husband, Howard Raley Jr. They reside in the town of Glenwood Springs, in the State of Colorado, USA.
If you are interested in purchasing an original painting, please send an email to Annig Raley: firstname.lastname@example.org.