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Exhibition of Filipp Malyavin Held in St. Petersburg
18.09.2013 10:03
Exhibition of Filipp Malyavin  Held in St. Petersburg
Filipp Malyavin

The Russian Museum in St. Petersburg opens a large-scale exhibition of Filipp Malyavin (1869-1940).

      It is the first such a big personal exhibition of one of the most considerable Russian artists of the early 20th century.

      The remarkable painter and graphic artist Filipp Malyavin emigrated from Russia after the revolution, and for a long time remained known to just a narrow circle of art experts and connoseurs. He gained real recognition in Russia in the second half of the 20th century.

      The exhibition is aimed to persent to public the main stages of Filipp Malyavin's creativity, including the foreign period. The exposition will be made of about 70 paintings and 100 graphic art works (mainly pencil drawings and works in mixed techniques) from collections of various museums.

      The exhibition runs from September 19 to November 4, 2013.

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Filipp Malyavin Russian Artists Exhibitions in Moscow   

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