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Exhibition of Artist Nikolay Shuvalov Opened in Moscow
25.07.2013 16:22
Exhibition of Artist Nikolay Shuvalov Opened in Moscow

The Exhibition Hall in Izmailovo has opened an exhibition of paintings by the well-known Moscow artist Nikolay Shuvalov.

Nikolay Shuvalov’s creativity unfolds in classical realism and in various painting genres, such as portraits, landscapes, and still-life. The exposition presents works of different genres and subject matters: scenes of rural and city life, portraits painted in different years of the Soviet era and the present time. All the works are oil paintings.

The exhibition runs till August 24.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Exhibitions in Moscow Izmailovo Painting   

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