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Unknown Famous Karl Bryullov Displayed in Petersburg Russian Museum
21.03.2012 09:18
Unknown Famous Karl Bryullov Displayed in Petersburg Russian Museum

The exhibition Famous and Unknown Karl Bryullov has opened in the Mikhailovsky Palace of the Russian Museum.
      The central place in the exposition will be occupied with drawings from the Italian Album consisting of 33 sheets of genre sketches and one sheet with the artist's donative inscription to Countess Vitgenshtein. These works of art are unknown not only to the wide audience, but also to historians of art, except for a narrow circle of experts. Album works are dated to 1828-1832.
      The exhibition also presents Italian works by Bryullov from the collection of the Russian Museum. Altogether 61 works are displayed to the public.
      The exhibition runs till May, 20th.
Author: Vera Ivanova

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