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Exhibition of Dmitry Fedorin to be Held in Moscow
22.05.2014 11:32
Exhibition of Dmitry Fedorin to be Held in Moscow

The Russian Icon Museum introduces works by Dmitry Fedorin (1936–2012) with the exhibition Life Long Creativity.

      The event has become possible thanks to the artist’s friends and admirers of his creativity. The project is supported by the founder of the Mikhail Abramov Museum.

      The name of this gifted artist is little known yet, despite his rich art heritage: not less than 100 works were given away by him and more than 250 works remained in his studio (one-room apartment) after his death.

      The exhibition will run from May 23 till June 30.

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Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Exhibitions in Moscow Painting Russian Icon Museum Russian Icons  

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