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خودنگاره در ۱۹۶۱ میلادی خلق شده
Born ۲۲ ژوئیهٔ ۱۹۳۷[۱] in آدیس آبابا[۲]
💀Died واشینگتن، دی.سی. ۴ مهٔ ۲۰۰۳ (۶۵ سال)[۳]
🏳️ Nationality اتیوپی

سکوندر بوقوسیان (ارمنی: Ալեքսանդր "Սկունդեր" Բողոսյան‎؛; انگلیسی: Skunder Boghossian‎؛; ۲۲ ژوئیهٔ ۱۹۳۷ – درگذشته ۴ مهٔ ۲۰۰۳) نقاش ارمنی‌تبار اهل اتیوپی بود. وی بین سال‌های تا میلادی فعالیت می‌کرد. وی تحت تاثیر هنر قبطی قرار گرفت.[۳] هنر آفریقای غربی،[۳] پاول کله،[۳] ماکس ارنست،[۳] ویفردو لام،[۳] روبرتو ماتا[۲]


بوقوسیان در ۲۲ ژوئیهٔ ۱۹۳۷ یکسال و نیم پس از دومین جنگ ایتالیا و اتیوپی در آدیس آبابا، پایتخت اتیوپی به دنیا آمد[۱] مادر وی «Weizero Tsedale Wolde Tekle» اصلاً اتیوپیایی و پدرش «خسرو گورگوریوس بوقوسیان» کلنل ارمنی‌تبار و در خدمت می‌نمود؛ پدربزرگ سکوندر گریگوریوس بوقوسیان یک بازرگان ارمنی بود که امپراتور منلیک دوم[۴]

پدر سکوندر و از فارغ‌التحصیل شد. وی همچنین برندهٔ جوایزی همچون [[]] شده‌است. وی در ۴ مهٔ ۲۰۰۳ در سن ۶۵ سالگی در واشینگتن، دی.سی. درگذشت.

His mother, , was Ethiopian.[1] His father, Kosrof Gorgorios Boghossian, was a colonel in the Kebur Zabagna (Imperial Bodyguard) and of Armenian(⎘) descent.[1] Kosrof's father, Gregorios Boghassian, an Armenian trader, had established a friendship with Emperor(⎘) Menelik II(⎘) and worked as a traveling ambassador in Europe on behalf of the Emperor.[4]

آفریقای شرقی ایتالیایی

Boghossian's father was active in the resistance against the Italian occupation(⎘) and was imprisoned for several years when Boghossian was a young child.[1] His mother had set up a new life apart her children and although both he and his sister Aster (Esther) visited their mother frequently, they were raised in the home of their father's brother Kathig Boghassian.[4] Kathig, who was serving as the Assistant Minister of Agriculture, together with other uncles and aunts brought them up during their father's imprisonment.[4]

الفبای گعز زبان امهری آموزش ابتدایی زبان ارمنی زبان انگلیسی زبان فرانسوی آبرنگ آموزش متوسطه

He attended a traditional Kes Timhert Betoch kindergarten where he was taught the Ge'ez script(⎘).[1] In primary(⎘) and secondary school(⎘), he was taught by both Ethiopian and foreign tutors and become fluent in Amharic(⎘), Armenian(⎘), English(⎘), and French(⎘).[1] He studied art informally at the Teferi Mekonnen School.[5] He also studied under Stanislas Chojnacki, a historian of Ethiopian art and watercolor(⎘) painter.[5]

فعالیت حرفه‌ای[ویرایش]

هایله سلاسی لندن بورس تحصیلی آدیس آبابا ایالات متحده آمریکا پاریس دانشگاه هاوارد برون‌کوچی اروپا

Boghossian won second prize at the Jubilee Anniversary Celebration of Haile Selassie I(⎘) in 1954.[6] The next year he was granted a scholarship(⎘) which allowed him to study in Europe(⎘).[6] He spent two years in London(⎘), working at St. Martin's School, the Central School, and the Slade School.[6] He then spent nine years studying and teaching at the Académie de la Grande Chaumière in Paris(⎘). In 1966 he returned home, teaching at Addis Ababa(⎘)'s School of Fine Arts until 1969. In 1970 he emigrated(⎘) to the United States(⎘), teaching at Howard University(⎘) from 1972 until 2001.

Boghossian was the first contemporary African(⎘) artist to have his work purchased by the Musee d’Art Moderne(⎘) in Paris in 1963. In 1966, the Museum of Modern Art(⎘) in New York acquired his painting Juju's Wedding (1964).

موزه هنر مدرن پاریس موزه هنر مدرن آفریقا

در سال ۱۹۷۷ میلادی، In 1977, he became the first African to design a First Day Cover for a United Nations(⎘) stamp.[7] He was commissioned by the World Federation of United Nations Associations.[7] His pen and ink drawing on the theme of "Combat Racism" for the cover and the accompanying stamp were issued on September 19, 1977.[7]

سازمان ملل متحد آلومینیوم نقش‌برجسته مسیحیت یهودیت گیاگان زیاگان اسلام

در سال 2001 میلادی، بوقوسیان In 2001, Boghossian worked with Kebedech Tekleab on a commission called Nexus for the Wall of Representation at the Embassy of Ethiopia in Washington, D.C.[8] The work is an aluminum(⎘) relief sculpture(⎘) (365 x 1585 cm) mounted on the granite wall of the embassy.[8] Nexus includes decorative motifs, patterns and symbols from Ethiopian religious traditions including Christianity(⎘), Judaism(⎘), Islam(⎘) and other indigenous spiritual practices incorporating symbolic scrolls and forms representing musical instruments, utilitarian tools, and regional flora(⎘) and fauna(⎘).[۸]

موزه هنر مدرن موزه ملی هنر آفریقا (آمریکا) واشینگتن، دی. سی موزه هنر مدرن پاریس

His work is held in a number of permanent collections including the Museum of Modern Art(⎘) in New York,[9] Musee d’Art Moderne(⎘) in Paris,[9] the Studio Museum in Harlem[9] and the National Museum of African Art(⎘) in Washington, DC(⎘).[۹]

Boghossian is represented in New York by the Contemporary African Art Gallery.[3]

The umbrella organization for Ethiopia's oldest secular schools is named after him, the Skunder Boghossian College of Performing and Visual Arts.

زندگی شخصی[ویرایش]

Boghossian has two children, Aida Mariam and Edward Addisu.[3][5] Boghossian died on May 4, 2003, at Howard University Hospital in Washington, DC. He was 65.[3] Following his death, Sharon F. Patton, director of the Smithsonian(⎘)'s National Museum of African Art(⎘) said "As a major figure in modern African art history, he opened the way for others to follow and left an important body of work behind."[2]

مؤسسه اسمیتسونین موزه ملی هنر آفریقا (آمریکا)


  • هایله سلاسی First Prize for Fine Arts, ۱۹۶۷.[۵]
  • Contemporary African Painters, First Prize, مونیخ، ۱۹۶۷.[۵]
  • Twenty-Ninth Annual Show of Black Artists First Prize, کالج اسپلمن، آتلانتا, جورجیا, ۱۹۷۰.[۵]
  • واشینگتن، دی.سی. Certificate of Appreciation.[۵]
  • سازمان ملل متحد Special Committee Against Apartheid Certificate of Appreciation, ۱۹۸۴.[۵]
  • میامی بیچ، فلوریدا، فلوریدا, Certificate of Appreciation, ۱۹۸۵.[۵]
  • Ethiopian Embassy's Excellence Award in ۲۰۰۰.[۶]


  • Contemporaty Ethiopian art at the مؤسسه اسمیتسونین's National Museum of African Art.[۶]
  • موزه هنر مدرن پاریس.[۷]
  • موزه ملی هنر آفریقا (آمریکا) in Washington D.C.[۷]
  • The Studio Museum in Harlem.[۶]
  • The Ministry of Foreign Affairs Building in آدیس آبابا.[۶]

جستارهای وابسته[ویرایش]

  • فهرست نقاشان ارمنی


  1. ۱٫۰ ۱٫۱ Legesse, Selamawit (2005). "Skunderism (The Third Annual Blen Art Show)". Blen. Retrieved 16 October 2010.صفحه پودمان:Citation/CS1/en/styles.css محتوایی ندارد.
  2. ۲٫۰ ۲٫۱ Adejumobi, Saheed A. (2006). The History of Ethiopia. Greenwood Press. p. 167. ISBN 978-0-313-32273-0.صفحه پودمان:Citation/CS1/en/styles.css محتوایی ندارد.
  3. ۳٫۰ ۳٫۱ ۳٫۲ ۳٫۳ ۳٫۴ ۳٫۵ Cotter, Holland (2003-05-18). "Skunder Boghossian, 65, Artist Who Bridged Africa and West". The New York Times. Archived from the original on 27 November 2010. Retrieved 16 October 2010.صفحه پودمان:Citation/CS1/en/styles.css محتوایی ندارد.
  4. Debela, Achamyeleh (April 2004). "A Jewel of a Painter of the 21st Century (1937-2003)". Prepared for Arts Council of the African Studies Association Conference: 13th Triennial Symposium on African Art, 04/04. Blen. Retrieved 17 October 2010.صفحه پودمان:Citation/CS1/en/styles.css محتوایی ندارد.
  5. ۵٫۰ ۵٫۱ ۵٫۲ ۵٫۳ ۵٫۴ ۵٫۵ "Skunder Boghossian". Debre Hayq Ethiopian Art Gallery. Retrieved 16 October 2010.صفحه پودمان:Citation/CS1/en/styles.css محتوایی ندارد.
  6. ۶٫۰ ۶٫۱ ۶٫۲ ۶٫۳ خطای یادکرد: برچسب <ref> نامعتبر؛ متنی برای ارجاع‌های با نام :3 وارد نشده‌است
  7. ۷٫۰ ۷٫۱ "Skunder Boghossian". Contemporary African Art Gallery. Retrieved 16 October 2010.صفحه پودمان:Citation/CS1/en/styles.css محتوایی ندارد.


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  1. Barnes, Bart. "Ethiopian Artist Alexander 'Skunder' Boghossian". The Washington Post. WP Company. Retrieved 22 October 2019.صفحه پودمان:Citation/CS1/en/styles.css محتوایی ندارد.

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