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Exhibition of Anonymous Artists to be Held in Russian Museum
22.08.2012 12:34
Exhibition of Anonymous Artists to be Held in Russian Museum

The Russian Museum in Saint Petersburg has opened the Unknown Artist exhibition.

      Visitors will see more than two hundred canvasses and a number of sculptures, which remain anonymous till date.

      Most of these works date back to the 18th and first half of the 19th centuries. The exposition is divided into many topics. In spite of the fact that the works were made by unknown artists, they are no less important for the history of art and no less attractive for the public.

      Without anonymous authors there is no art, experts believe. The Russian Museum is unique in this regard. Its section of anonymous artists stands out with its quantitative, qualitative, and a thematic variety.

      The exhibition runs till October 8.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Exhibitions in St. Petersburg Russian Museum Painting   

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