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Exhibition of Olga Eyges Opened in Moscow
26.08.2014 11:33
Exhibition of Olga Eyges Opened in Moscow

The Kovcheg Gallery has opened an exhibition of the artist Olga Eyges.

Olga Eyges (1910–1996) was an artist from the pleiad of pre-war graduates of the Moscow Institute of Fine Arts (MIFA). Her exhibition includes more than a hundred works of the 1930s -1960s.

In the 1940s Olga Eyges repeatedly worked as a part of Favorsky and Bruni team decorating stations of the Moscow subway, office buildings, sanatoria, and VDNKh pavilions. She was also a stage designer and industrial graphic artist. Olga Eyges was also much into easel painting and graphic art till the middle of the 1960s.

      The current exhibition is based on those canvases and graphic works. The visitors will also see her early drawings and water colors created in her student time in the 1930s.

      The exhibition runs till September 28.

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Painting Exhibitions in Moscow Graphic Art   

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