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Armenian Gampr - Armenian Gampr is a breed of livestock guardian dog that originated in the Armenian Highlands, including the territories of modern Eastern Anatolia of Turkey and the Republic of Armenia. The Armenian Gampr was bred by local people using primitive selection. Though not recognized by notable kennel clubs or fancier organizations such as a selective, pedigree dog breed, they are a distinct land race, which has been the subject of intense genetic research.

Armenian Gampr is a breed of livestock guardian dog that originated in the Armenian Highlands, including the territories of modern Eastern Anatolia of Turkey and the Republic of Armenia.

Artist Tigran Tsitoghdzyan created this larger than life painting, titled Mirror. It shows a woman unsuccessfully hiding behind a pair of hands. The surreal piece is meant to reflect todays Internet culture, where its becomes exceedingly difficult to reach any level of anonymity.

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Saatchi Online Artist: Tigran Tsitoghdzyan - Oil painting, "Mirror", S) I saw this and it got me thinking about how people mask themselves on smiles while there is pain on the inside, but they don't show it

Armenian Masked "Odar"-self-inspired piece as I have endured ridicule from the Armenian Community for coming from a culturally mixed marriage

Armenian Masked "Odar"-self-inspired piece as I have endured ridicule from the Armenian Community for coming from a culturally mixed marriage

Armenians and Armenian Photographers in the Ottoman Empire. J. Pascal Sebah (Armenian, 1823-1886), Constantinople: Armenian Bride. From Osman Hamdi Bey (Turkish, 1842-1910), Les costumes populaires de la Turquie en 1873: ouvrage publié sous le patronage de la Commission impériale ottomane pour l’Exposition universelle de Vienne. Los Angeles, Getty Research Institute (96.R.14, Box 139) .

Clothing from Constantinople, 'Ottoman Empire' 1873 1 - Armenian bride 2 - Jewish woman of Constantinople 3 - Young Greek girl

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