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Pushkin Museum Presents Exhibition of Gifts
29.04.2013 17:20
Pushkin Museum Presents Exhibition of Gifts

The Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts has opened the exhibition Gifts of 2012 for 100th Anniversary of Pushkin Museum.

      The exposition includes 20 works by well-known Russian artists. The paintings have been presented to the Pushkin Museum by Moscow collectors.

      Portrait of A.V.Sapozhnikov by Valentin Serov (1900 -1901) is one of the most considerable gifts of recent years, which was provided from the collection of the well-known academician painter Peter Pokarzhevsky.

      An important place among the presents of 2012 is taken by Vladimir Lenivtsev’s gift - paintings by Alexey Stepanov and Leonid Turzhansky, as well as Ilya Mashkov’s canvasses Bathers (1923) and Sitting Nude (late 1910s) donated by Alexander Berezin, as well as drawings and art prints of the 1910s - 1940s.  

      Besides, the Pushkin Museum will present a rare edition of Alexander Pushkin’s tragedy Boris Godunov of 1831 with the author’s autograph.

      The exhibition will run in Hall 1 of the Private Collections Department of the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts till May 26, 2013. 




Author: Vera Ivanova

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