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Rubens, van Dyck and Jordaens Exhibited in Moscow
23.06.2014 16:05
Rubens, van Dyck and Jordaens Exhibited in Moscow

The Pushkin Fine Arts Museum presents the Flemish school exposition Rubens, Van Dyck, and Jordaens.

      The Liechtenstein throne successor said at the press conference dedicated to the opening of the exhibition that it is already the second demonstration of works from the princely house in the last five years.

      “The first exhibition held in Moscow in 2009 was a great success and so we have now brought our new collection”, - he pointed out.

      The exhibition curator Vadim Sadkov told that the first-rate and famous paintings by great masters take part in the exhibition. 19 works by Rubens highlight the exposition.

      The Flemings worked on paintings of different scale, among them small sized canvasses by van Balen, van Craesbeeck and others, which are also presented in the Pushkin Fine Arts Museum now.

      The exhibition runs till October 19.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Exhibitions in Moscow Pushkin Fine Arts Museum Flemings   

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