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Rural Exhibition of Maxim Fayustov Opens in Moscow
13.02.2012 13:48
Rural Exhibition of  Maxim Fayustov Opens in Moscow

Personal exhibition of artist Maxim Fayustov organized with the assistance of creative association New Peredvizhniki has opened in Moscow.
      The exposition has been housed in two exhibition centres of the National Bank Trust - its branches in 30, Kutuzovsky Prospekt, and at Chistye Prudy (30, Myasnitskaya).
      Kutuzovsky Prospekt presents the series of paintings Rural Stories - historical sketches from life of Russian village and provincial small towns of the mid 19th - early 20th centuries. The second part of the exhibition at Chistye Prudy runs under the general title Russian Landscapes.
      Maxim Fayustov's paintings develop the art school founded by peredvizhnik artist Valentin Maksimov (1844-1911), who depicted peasants way of living, showing positive foundation of rural life, representing peasantry as the embodiment of better qualities of the Russian people.
      The artists works are kept in private collections in Russia, Italy and France.
Author: Vera Ivanova

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