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First Exhibition of Yury Annenkov Opened in Moscow
21.04.2014 17:05
First Exhibition of Yury Annenkov Opened in Moscow

A large collection of Yury Annenkov, who created the world famous portraits of Akhmatova, Chukovsky, and Khodasevich, is exhibited in Moscow.

      The State Literary Museum presents 63 artworks made by the artist before his emigration. The collection is presented to general public for the first time.

      A special place in Yury Annenkov’s creativity is taken by portraits of writers, poets, and artists, as well as state and political figures.

      Most of his graphic art works were handed over to the museum in the 1930s; most of them come from the artist’s first wife - the actress and dancer Elena Annenkova.

      Along with his graphic art the exhibition presents books, magazines, and almanacs designed by Yury Annenkov with his covers and illustrations.

      The exhibition runs till May 20, 2014.


Sources: http://www.mk.ru 


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Yury Annenkov Graphic Art Exhibitions in Moscow   

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