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Glass Rhapsody by Emile Galle Comes to Moscow
11.09.2013 18:40
Glass Rhapsody by Emile Galle Comes to Moscow

September 12 will see the opening of the Glass Rhapsody exhibition by the famous glass artist Emile Galle in the East European Antique House. 

It will present one of the biggest and unique collections of museum value in Russia.

The visitors will see about 70 art objects of both the early and the late period of the author’s creativity. Almost all the art glass utensils are made in cameo style, i.e. have convex relief drawings.

The exhibition will run from September 12 to September 20, 2013. The working hours are from 11 am to 9 pm, no days off or lunch breaks. Entrance is free.

The venue address: 29, bld. 1, Lomonosovsky Avenue, Moscow


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Arts and crafts Glassware Emile Galle Exhibitions in Moscow  

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