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Tatyana Mavrina Exhibition to Run in Moscow
24.04.2013 13:06
Tatyana Mavrina Exhibition to Run in Moscow

April 25 will see the opening of the exhibition of Tatyana Mavrina’s (1900 — 1996) art works from collection of the Tsurko family.

      The exhibition will take place in the Petrovsky Passage shop.

      Tatyana Mavrina painted in a very bright and open manner close to primitivism, Old Russian and folk art. She was actively engaged not only in painting, but also in book illustration (thus, she illustrated more than 200 books). Her works for theater and cinema are also well-known.

      Tatyana Mavrina also regularly painted in the open air, concentrating on cherished corners of Old Moscow and making creative expeditions to Zagorsk, Uglich, Rostov Veliki and other centers of ancient Russian architecture.

      The exhibition will present 50 works: early water colors, fairy art folklore, and landscape sketches.

      The exhibition will run till June 3




Author: Vera Ivanova

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