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Fetvachyan Arshak (1.10.1866,Trabzon-7.10.1947, Medford, New-York) an artist. Arshak Fetvachyan graduated from the Collage of Fine arts in Constantinople (1887), he studied in Academy of Fine Arts in Rome (1887-91). Arshak Fetvachyan  took part in National exhibition of Italian artists in 1891. From 1891-95 Fetvachyan lived in Vienna, St. Petersburg, where he became member of Union of Russian artists. During his lifetime he visited Armenia, drew Armenian architectural monuments, he created more than 2000 pictures drawn in pencil and watercolor. Fetvachyan painted portraits, pictures on Armenian history, mythology and ethnography; he imitated Armenian miniatures as well. 

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