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Exhibition of Natella Toidze Opens in St. Petersburg
13.11.2013 07:25
Exhibition of Natella Toidze Opens in St. Petersburg

Natella Toidze - the granddaughter of one of Ilya Repin’s favourite students and the niece of the author of the legendary poster Motherland is Calling! - has become a worthy successor to creative traditions of her well-known ancestors.

      The exhibition will be held in the Russian Museum of St. Petersburg from November 13 to January 13, 2014.

      The retrospective exposition including about 70 works makes it possible to trace the main stages of the artist’s career: from early, expressional canvasses on Georgia painted in the 1970s to large-scale and detailed landscapes and still-life paintings of the recent years.

      The exhibition will be opened at 4 pm on November 13. 


Author: Vera Ivanova

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