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June 13September 22

Journey to Province

The exhibition presents art and craft items and art works of the artists of today — L. Baryshnikov, L. N. Zorin, and I. A. Manukhov. For many years, the artists had been painting Russian province from the life. Temples, old houses, quiet streets — all of this is not only around us, but also largely determines our world view, forms the sense of homeland. There is no boring photographic ‘similarity’ in the works, the visitors will see vivid impressions of what artists have seen. The exhibition gives visitors a unique opportunity to look into a cozy tavern, take a walk around the county town, and admire the misty landscape, without leaving the capital. Among the exhibits are the views of Borovsk, Gorokhovets, Torzhok, Uglich, Solovki. These paintings are complemented by art and craft items from the collection of the museum-reserve: copper and wooden peasant dishes and kitchen utensils, wrought cressets, and copper engraving boards from the sacristy of the Solovetsky monastery.
The exhibition presents art and craft items and art works of the artists of today — L. Baryshnikov, L. N. Zorin, and I. A. Manukhov. For many years, the artists had been painting Russian province from the life. Temples, old houses, quiet streets — all of this is not only around us, but also largely determines our world view, forms the sense of homeland. There is no boring photographic ‘similarity’ in the works, the visitors will see vivid impressions of what artists have seen. The exhibition gives visitors a unique opportunity to look into a cozy tavern, take a walk around the county town, and admire the misty landscape, without leaving the capital. Among the exhibits are the views of Borovsk, Gorokhovets, Torzhok, Uglich, Solovki. These paintings are complemented by art and craft items from the collection of the museum-reserve: copper and wooden peasant dishes and kitchen utensils, wrought cressets, and copper engraving boards from the sacristy of the Solovetsky monastery.
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