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Artist and War: Vitaly Goryaev Exhibition Opens in Moscow
11.05.2012 08:20
Artist and War: Vitaly Goryaev Exhibition Opens in Moscow

Muscovites and tourists will have an opportunity to get closer acquainted with the heritage of the well-known artist Vitaly Goryaev.

      May 16 will see the opening of the exhibition of his front works "Artist and the War" in the New Manege exhibition centre. It will present his war sketches, propaganda posters of TASS Windows, and color illustrations for the magazine "Frontline humour". In 1942 Vitaly Goryaev went to the frontline, where he was the chief artist of the magazine Frontline Humour, which was issued by the political department of the Western front. The the editorial board set the aim of "encouraging our glorious soldiers, strengthening their fighting spirit, inculcate cheerfulness, bravery and confidence of the victory over fascist barbarians".

      The exhibition will run till May 30.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Vitaly Goryaev Great Patriotic War Russian Fine Arts Exhibitions in Moscow  

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