The new tendencies which found their reflection in the art of Toros Roslin were developed by his contemporaries, artists working in various cultural and religious centres of Cilicia, and producing miniatures distinguished from the work of the Hromkla school by a marked interest in spatial arrangement.his interest manifested itself in the prominence given to a complex architectural background against which the buildings were presented from an angle emphasizing recession into depth.Manuscripts of this group do not lend themselves to accurate attribution and are difficult to place, for only a few of them have the usual colophons.
The immortal Toros Roslin worked at Hromkla and at Sis, mostly between 1 260 and 1270. Toros Roslin had a vigorous artistic temperament, gifted with lively imagination
Armenian Miniatures of the 13th and 14th centuries
Armenia Cradle of Civilization by David Marshall Lang