Paintings of Orient by Hovsep Pushman

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Paintings of Orient by Hovsep Pushman
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THE YOUNG SHEYKH
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high regard for both color and
Struth
marks the work of Hovsep
Pushman.
The spirit of his Armenian
forbears speaks through everything
that he does, and if, as he expresses
it, his creations are "not Orient," they
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Meilal in 1914.
Muh l.ter,,Chicago.claWbjed.him, and
in .the.srft is wilj ij: 1iready well
known and eagerly sought after. An
occasional canvas has been exhibited
in New York, but this is his first
"one-man-show" here, and we welcome
it, and the new point of view which
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Treasuresfrom Damascus
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A XV Century Group
My Son, Arsene
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4 The Little Mother
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5 The Young Sheykh
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The Persian Wine Cup
7 A Gift to the Pasha
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The Peacock Feather
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The Wife of the Sheykh
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Sacred Lotos of the Ancient Nile
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Boy of Samarcand
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Rose of Shiraz
13 Last Page of Koran
14 A Nubian Prince
15 An Armenian Girl
it brings to us and to our visitors.
PRICES WILL BE QUOTED
ON REQUEST
COINg
CXHIBITIONS
November 9 th to 29th
PAINTINGS BY
FRANK W. BENSON, N.A.
WILLARD L. METCALF
November 3oth to December 27th
FOURTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION
INTIMATE PAINTINGS
January 2nd to 17th
SALEM DOORWAYS
BY
FELICIE WALDO HOWELL
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