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Exhibition of Artist Bela Ossovskaya Opened in Moscow
31.05.2013 10:40
Exhibition of Artist Bela Ossovskaya Opened in Moscow

The Open Club Gallery in Moscow has opened the exhibition All Shades of Beauty by Bela Ossovskaya.

Artworks by Bela Ossovskaya (1938-2010) extremely seldom appeared at exhibitions; except for a couple of publications in Ogonyek and Molodaya Gvardia nobody wrote anything about her. However, she was not interested in popularity.  

      She died a few years ago, having left behind voluminous folders with graphic works as well as several hundred canvases. 

Her landscapes and still lifes are painted with a masterly and at the same time reverent brush. Her works embody fragile harmony of the world, its instant and ever-changing beauty.

The exhibition will run till June 5.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Painting Exhibitions in Moscow Landscape Bela Ossovskaya  

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