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100 Etchings by Vladimir Nilov to be Displayed in St. Petersburg
8.08.2013 10:34
100 Etchings by Vladimir Nilov to be Displayed in St. Petersburg

August 22 will see the opening of the exhibition 100 Etchings by Vladimir Nilov in the Italian Hall of the Repin State Academic Institute in St. Petersburg.

      The exposition will present about 100 etchings created by Vladimir Nilov in various periods of his life. The artist’s works have made a peculiar collection for the first time showing unique skills and originality of the Vladimir school.

      Vladimir Nilov is one of the brightest representatives of the Russian graphic art. His works are kept in museums and numerous private collections of Russia and many countries of the world.

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Vladimir Nilov Exhibitions in St. Petersburg Graphic Art   

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