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Exhibition of Artistic Group Parovoz Opened in Moscow
21.01.2014 12:02
Exhibition of Artistic Group Parovoz Opened in Moscow

A unique exhibition of young artists of the Parovoz creative association has been opened in the Tsar Alexei Mikhailovich Palace in the Kolomenskoye Estate.

      The visitors will see the beauty and abundance of the Russian land - the exhibition is a picturesque journey around historical places, towns and open spaces of our Homeland. The exposition is made of 50 art works in different techniques: from large oil canvasses to gouache or water colors.

      In these works the artists tried to convey significant historical events, get the spirit of architectural monuments, household items of the past and the present, images and characters of modern young Russians.

      The exhibition of young artists in Kolomenskoye Estate runs till February 23, 2014.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Exhibitions in Moscow Painting Kolomenskoye   

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