Notable Figures Of Armenian Art. Vahram Papazyan

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Notable Figures Of Armenian Art. Vahram Papazyan

Notable Figures Of Armenian Art. Vahram Papazyan

The following book from the series “Notable figures of the Armenian art” is devoted to the talented Armenian actor Vahram Papazian. The book briefly introduces the actor’s life and activity, his ideas about the art and artist, the memories of his contemporaries (Martirosyan Saryan, Ruben Zaryan, Kh. Yesayan...) about Papazian, as well as Papazian’s analysis on the characters he shaped (Shakespear’s “Otello”, “Hamlet”, “King Lear”).

Vahram Papazyan or Papazian (born 6 January 1888 in Istanbul, Ottoman Turkey – died 5 June 1968 in Yerevan, Armenia) was a Soviet actor who was an ethnic Armenian, mostly known for his Shakespearean roles. Vahram had done plays in Istanbul, Tiflis, Baku Armenian theaters, Moscow's Maly Theatre and in France, Italy, Austria, Spain, and Belgium. Papazian began his career in 1908, where he was regarded as one of the best Armenian actors at the time. Before his death he was known as the leading star in the Sundukyan Academic Theatre. The Council of National Literature's wrote that 'Vahram Papazian's Othello dominated the Armenian stage for more than half a century'.
Author(s) Nver Virabyan
Compiler(s) Nver Virabyan
Language(s) Armenian
Publisher(s) Edit Print
Year 2012
Pages 64
Binding paperback
Printing Color
Size 16.5 x 23.5 cm
ISBN 9789939525334

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