You don't see a lot of Armenian iconography and often what one does see from this tradition is mosaic, rather than painted. From a link posted elsewhere to one specific icon, I happened on a site that presents a range of Armenian icons and thought folks might like to see it.Armenian Icons
addendum: I thought this one
was particularly interesting, though I'm unsure why - can't really say if I find it edifying or not - but I was struck by it. After looking at it for a while, I think the iconographer's depiction of the Theotokos reminds me of Impressionist paintings of the same era, Renoir in particular.
addendum 2: And, sure enough, a search for Vardges Surenyants didn't turn up much, except for an ebay copy of a photo of him
with what one presumes is a painting he executed.
It's untitled and difficult to view because of the size. However, though Vardges (for all I know) might well have titled it 'Armenian Girl', it most certainly looks to be another of the many variations on the 'Algerian Girl' themed/titled paintings that I swear were produced by every artist of the Impressionist school. (Amazing, I did learn something in that required Fine Arts 101 course from 40+ years ago.