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Exhibition of Unknown Works by Karl Brullov Opened in St. Petersburg
30.08.2013 10:20
Exhibition of Unknown Works by Karl Brullov Opened in St. Petersburg

The Russian Museum of St. Petersburg is holding the exhibition of unknown works by Karl Brullov.

      Ten unknown works by Karl Brullov have been presented to general public — that is a discovery of historical scale. The canvasses come from private collections. Among the paintings there are also two self-portraits.

      Each of the exhibited artworks by all means unfolds and unexpected nuance, some inexhaustible details, shades and tints important for the study and understanding of creativity, personality, and historical and cultural role of one of the most considerable Russian painters.

      The exhibition runs till November 4.




Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Karl Brullov Painting Exhibitions in St. Petersburg   

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