Autumn elaeagnus. 1975, oil, cardboard, canvas, 70×50, National Gallery of Armenia
In Soviet Armenian Fine Arts, Isabekyan's landscapes are distinguished by magnificent monumentality and a rich color scheme. Saturated with color surface, with subtle and vibrant effects of silver and light purple mottled effects in the sky, Isabekyan's "Autumn elaeagnus" canvas is flooded with cold and hot holidays.
Piece from the diary of Isabekyan: "15.04.1978 This is what a tree that is called coniferous tree... There may be other countries, but such beauty ... Only in these stones can this awful tenderness become a thousand times more beautiful than it can be ... Stone and silvery beauty ... and when the sun plays with it ... a golden rain on silver. ... I'm not tired of painting. "