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Exhibition Dedicated to Apocalypses Starts in Moscow
27.12.2012 15:47
Exhibition Dedicated to Apocalypses Starts in Moscow

Shchusev Architecture Museum has opened an exhibition of Ole European masters’ engravings about Apocalypses.

      The Museum has brought together from private collections art works dedicated to the idea of Apocalypses expected on 21 December 2012.

      Lifetime prints of Durer’s Apocalypses in Images and works by his contemporaries and followers display in details Apocalyptic expectations, such as grand riders on horrifying horses, gaping skies and battles of angels with demons.

      The exhibition runs till 1 February 2013.



Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Engravings Exhibitions in Moscow Apocalypses   

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