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Portraits of Russian Classics Painted on Moscow Houses
4.11.2014 17:00
Portraits of Russian Classics Painted on Moscow Houses

Artists from all over the world are painting portraits of Russian classics and fairy tale scenes on the walls of Moscow houses.

      They plan to have completed 35 graffiti paintings by the end of this year.

      Moscow is brightened in the framework of The Best City on the Earth project launched in 2013. Artists plan to paint portraits of Mikhail Bulgakov, Alexander Scriabin and Sergey Eisenstein. Each portrait is unique and all of them are made in different techniques.

      One painting costs from 400 to 500 thousand rubles. The project is fully financed by the Moscow Culture Department.




Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Graffiti Russian Classics Moscow Houses   

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