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December 3, 2019March 1, 2020

Thomas Gainsborough

The Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts invites you to exhibition 'Thomas Gainsborough' dedicated to the art of an outstanding painter of the XVIII century.

'Thomas Gainsborough' exhibition will present the works of an outstanding painter, one of the founders of the British Art School of the XVIII century, a favorite artist of King George III and the most striking and original representative of the era, who turned the world of British art.

The exhibition will feature about 100 works from 11 leading museums in the UK, and from the collections of Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts and Hermitage Museum. Among the unique exhibits from the UK are the ceremonial 'Portrait of Mrs. Elizabeth Moody with her sons, Samuel and Thomas', the last large-scale landscape of the master 'Market Cart', as well as landscapes on glass, which are almost never presented at the exhibitions abroad.

Exhibition in Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts is dedicated to the formation and development of Gainsborough's artistic style that had been changed seriously while the artist learned the art of European old masters.


The Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts invites you to exhibition 'Thomas Gainsborough' dedicated to the art of an outstanding painter of the XVIII century.

'Thomas Gainsborough' exhibition will present the works of an outstanding painter, one of the founders of the British Art School of the XVIII century, a favorite artist of King George III and the most striking and original representative of the era, who turned the world of British art.

The exhibition will feature about 100 works from 11 leading museums in the UK, and from the collections of Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts and Hermitage Museum. Among the unique exhibits from the UK are the ceremonial 'Portrait of Mrs. Elizabeth Moody with her sons, Samuel and Thomas', the last large-scale landscape of the master 'Market Cart', as well as landscapes on glass, which are almost never presented at the exhibitions abroad.

Exhibition in Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts is dedicated to the formation and development of Gainsborough's artistic style that had been changed seriously while the artist learned the art of European old masters.


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