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Nicolai Fechin Exhibition Opens in Moscow
18.05.2012 08:12
Nicolai Fechin Exhibition Opens in Moscow

Tretyakov Art Gallery opens the exhibition of the well-known artist Nikolai Fechin on May 23.
      Nicolai Ivanovich Fechin (1881-1955) was the largest representative of the Kazan art school, a student of Ilya Repin.
      Historical cataclysms affected the destiny of the master, having divided his life and creativity between Russia and the USA.
      However, the artist received acknowledgment and achieved success both in Russia and America.
      The exposition will present works from seven Russian and six American museums. The exhibition runs till 29 July.
Author: Vera Ivanova

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