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Russian Museum to Display Arcady Plastov's Unknown Paintings
7.08.2013 16:54
Russian Museum to Display Arcady Plastov's Unknown Paintings

The Russian Museum in St. Petersburg will open an exhibition of Arcady Plastov, one of the largest Russian painters of the 20th century.

      For the 120th anniversary since the artist’s birth the museum will introduce to the public his sketches and sea landscapes that have never been displayed before.

      The creativity of Arcady Plastov, who generated more than ten thousand works of art, has not been fully studied yet. The artist preferred to stay in the small Volga village of Prislonikha, where he was born and created most of his masterpieces.

      The exhibition will run from September 4 to November 4.

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Exhibitions in St. Petersburg Painting Arcady Plastov   

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