Lado Gudiashvili Street

Lado Gudiashvili Street which, like the Exhibition Hall, is named after the artist is located in central Tbilisi. This street is one of the capital’s significant and historic parts. The house in which the artist lived dates from the nineteenth century, and its architecture retains features characteristic of Tbilisi dwelling houses of this period.

The artist moved into this house in the 1930s together with his family and lived here until his death.

Lado Gudiashvili Street is now part of the Museum Quarter where the following National Museum is located within a few metres of each other: the S. Janashia Museum of Georgia, the Sh. Amiranashvili Museum of Arts, the D. Shevardnadze National Gallery, as well as the National Parliamentary Library of Georgia.

Originally called Loris-Melikov Street, it was later known as Ketskhoveli Street before it was named after the great Georgian painter, Lado Gudiashvili in 1992.

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Date of last update to site content: June 2024.