Art showing life in old Tbilisi go on display

Qeenoba painted by Vagharshak Elibekyan. Photo from National Museum of Georgia., 23 Mar 2015 - 18:37, Tbilisi,Georgia

Pictures showcasing the lifestyle of old Tbilisi, the capital city of Georgia, will go on display allowing all interested people the chance to learn more about the Georgian culture.

The exhibition, titled Marginalia will present pieces of art created by three self-educated Tbilisi-based Armenian artists; Karapet Grigoryantz, Vano Khojabekov and Vagharshak Elibekyan. The exhibition will be held at the National Museum of Georgia and Tbilisi History Museum Karvasla.

Khramulis. Created by Karapet Grigoryants. Photo by National Museum of Georgia.

The artists each had their own unique style and expression which was evident in their artwork. 

Various pieces of art showcased obvious illustration of identity of Georgia's capital city Tbilisi in the 19th and 20th centuries.

 Quarrelers and Mediator created by Vano Khojabekov. Photo by National Museum of Georgia.

Karapet Grigoriyants’ works before restoration. Photo by National Museum of Georgia.

Visitors will have chance to enjoy paintings during April, as the exhibition will open on April 1 and end on April 27.