Leo Krikorian was one of America’s great painters and photographers. Born in California in 1922, he grew up during the Depression years and learned not only about hard work but also of compassion and generosity.

Leo studied photography and art after World War II under such tutors as Ansel Adams, Josef Albers, Ilya Bolotowsky and Miner White. He lived in Paris, France for many years while dedicating his time exclusively to his work. Leo’s artwork has been exhibited in major cities throughout the world and is currently displayed in many major museums around the globe including the Smithsonian.

To learn more about Leo Krikorian, please visit the Biography page or the Photo Gallery page.


All museum and gallery inquiries for paintings are welcome. Authenticity verification for paintings, photographs and other work is also available free of charge. Please contact:

Genie Krikorian Stressing
(435) 835-4222
PO Box 264
Manti, UT 84642