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Titian's Masterpieces Exhibited in the Pushkin Museum
1.07.2013 16:01
Titian's Masterpieces Exhibited in the Pushkin Museum

Canvasses by the Renaissance classic Titian have been brought to the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts to be displayed there till September 29.

This exhibition is a fruition of joint efforts of Russian and Italian diplomats, who managed to persuade heads of Italian museums to take the master’s works outside the country. The canvasses were kept in different galleries around Italy.

The paintings are presented in a chronological order, which allows tracing the evolution of the artist’s creativity. Eight of the canvasses are unanimously recognized as true masterpieces.


Author: Vera Ivanova

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