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Konstantin Korovin's Large-Scale Exhibition Opened in Moscow
5.04.2012 11:01
Konstantin Korovin's Large-Scale Exhibition Opened in Moscow

Large-scale exhibition of Russian impressionist Konstantin Korovin has opened in the Tretyakov Gallery in Krymsky Val in Moscow.
      The exposition presents 240 paintings - still lives, nocturnes, portraits, and landscapes - from Russian and foreign museums and private collections. Almost none of them have dark or faded tones. Konstantin Korovin always tried to convey the joy and beauty of life.
      Many of the works will be presented to general public for the first time. The large-scale exhibition is dated to the 150th anniversary of the artist.
      The exhibition runs till August 12.
Author: Vera Ivanova

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