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Personal Exhibition of Artist from Rossosh to Take Place in Moscow
24.07.2014 09:10
Personal Exhibition of Artist from Rossosh to Take Place in Moscow
photo: Y.Lebedev (riavrn.ru)

A personal exhibition of Ivan Kvetkin from Rossosh will be held in the Naive Art Museum in Moscow.

      It is the second personal exhibition of the artist; the first one was held in the regional library of Rossosh a few years ago.

      The exhibition will present about 25 works of art. The main subject matter expressed in his canvasses is history, in particular that of Rossosh. Some of the paintings are dedicated to the Great Patriotic War, and the Cossacks.

      The exhibition runs from July 25 to August 25.




Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Exhibitions in Moscow Russian painters    

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