Artist Mirvokhid Mirsaidov made three artworks named “The Last Way, Grandfather’s Garden and Quail” for the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts during 19 quarantine days

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Artist Mirvokhid Mirsaidov made three artworks named “The Last Way, Grandfather’s Garden and Quail” for the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts during 19 quarantine days
During the Covid-19 quarantine days, artist Mirvokhid Mirsaidov presented three artworks he painted for the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts to the taste of art lovers.

According to the information provided by the Press and Public Relations Directorate of the Near East University, the artist Mirvokhid Mirsaidov presented three artworks named “The Last Way, Grandfather’s Garden and Quail” to the art lovers for the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts.

Who is Mirvokhid Mirsaidov?
Mirvohid Mirsaidov was born in Tashkent in 1988. Between 2004-2007, he studied at the Easel Painting Department at P.P. Berkov Republic College. He studied at the Painting Department of Kamaliddin Bekzad Institute between 2007-2011. Since 2013, he works as a senior teacher at P.P. Benkov Republic College. He has been a member of the Union of Artists of the Republic of Uzbekistan since 2018. Mirvokhid Mirsaidov is a participant of republican exhibitions; He was awarded a silver medal for participating in the creative festival.