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Exhibition of Sculptor Vladimir Tsigal to be Held in Moscow
25.01.2014 10:46
Exhibition of Sculptor Vladimir Tsigal to be Held in Moscow

On January 25 the Ostrovsky Humanitarian Center Preodoleniye will open an exhibition in memory of the outstanding Russian sculptor Vladimir Tsigal (1917-2013).

      He was the People’s Artist of the USSR and a full member of the Russian Academy of Arts.

      The renowned sculptor passed away on July 4, 2013. The works created in the last years of his life, including the bronze sculpture of St. George the Dragon-Slayer set up on the dome of the Senate building in the Kremlin, and the composition Justice (co-created with his son, the well-known sculptor A.V. Tsigal) on the building of the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation, testify to extraordinary skills and enormous working capacity of the sculptor.

      The exhibition presents works by the master and a whole group of sculptors, who studied in his studio that marked its 20th anniversary in 2011.

      The exhibition will run till February 23.


Author: Vera Ivanova

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