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Works by Traugots Family Displayed in Petersburg Marble Palace
30.08.2012 12:14
Works by Traugots Family Displayed in Petersburg Marble Palace

The Marble Palace of St. Petersburg has opened an exhibition presenting more than 200 works by George Traugot, his wife Vera Yanova and sons Alexander and Valery.

      The abbreviation G.A.V. Traugot is well-known to all fans of graphic book illustration; however, the exhibition in the Russian Museum presents all the members of this “artistic association” with easel works in the field of painting, graphics, porcelain and sculpture.

      The exposition includes works from the family collection, whereas Vera Yanova's works will be introduced to general public for the first time. 

      The exhibition runs till October 15.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Exhibitions in St. Petersburg Painting Graphic Art Book Illustrations  

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