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Royal Romanovs Sculptures Exhibited in the Gubernatorial House
29.12.2012 10:09
Royal Romanovs Sculptures Exhibited in the Gubernatorial House

The Romanovs family members are currently guests in the Gubernatorial House (Penza). Nine sculptures of them have been set up in one of its halls. The exhibition is dedicated to the royal dynasty’s 400th anniversary to be celebrated next year.

      The authors of the sculptures are members of Vladimir Trulov’s sculpture studio. To gain portrait similarity they worked on each bust for a few months.

      "We have studied the most of everything that is found on the internet and presented in museums. Of course, we followed the example of the highest sculptures, though did not copy them, but tried to create our own front gallery"- said

      the studio head Vladimir Trulov.

      The busts of the royalty are so far planned to stay in the Gubernatorial House for a year.

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Exhibitions in Penza Penza    

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