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Exhibition of Artist Tatyana Mavrina Opens in Moscow
26.12.2011 12:40
Exhibition of Artist Tatyana Mavrina Opens in Moscow

The Alexander Pushkin State Museum has opened a unique exhibition dedicated to the 110th anniversary since the birth of the Russian artist Tatyana Mavrina (1900-1996).
      Tatyana Mavrina is called the most Russian of all artists. The vivid exoisition presents around 200 works of painting, graphic art, and applied arts, which once formed a single collection belonging to the artist.
      Special part of the exhibition is dedicated to her illustrations of Alexander Pushkins fairy tales. Tatyana Mavrina worked on the fairy tales series, which gained her national as well as international recognition, for over thirty years.
      The exhibition runs till 30 March 2012.
Author: Vera Ivanova

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