The sixth edition of the "Xalq Əmanəti" ("National Heritage") project is devoted to the life and works of the greatest painter of Azerbaijan People`s Artist Sattar Bahlulzadeh.
One of the most outstanding representatives of the Azerbaijani School of painting, Honored Art Worker (1960), People`s Artist (1963) and State Prize Winner (1972) Sattar Bahlul oglu Bahlulzadeh was born on December 5, 1909, in the village of Amirjan, near Baku. He studied at the Baku Art Collage (1927-1931) and graduated from the V.I.Surikov Moscow State Art Institute (1933-1940).
The painting of Bahlulzadeh Sattar is a hymn glorifying Azerbaijan and creating polyphonic pictures of his native land. In his view of the world are reflected not only stylized, artistic and general images of the Azerbaijani landscape, but also a surprisingly harmonious fusion of ancient cultural traditions created by the peope of Azerbaijan. In his distinctive style of painting, the artist echoes the national culture, characterized by a fine sense of color of proportion in the pursuit of life-affirming, buoyant colors and artistic sophistication of language, metaphors and symbolic representation.
The painting of Sattar Bahlulzadeh is like the ancient architecture, carpet design, poetry and mugham of the Azerbaijani people. It is timeless and transcends geographical and national boundaries. Thus, it belongs to all humanity.