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Naïve Painting by Alexander Suvorov Exhibited in Moscow
6.11.2014 11:42
Naïve Painting by Alexander Suvorov Exhibited in Moscow

The Naive Art Museum presents the exhibition Pictures and Stocks by Alexander Suvorov.

Art lovers call Alexander Suvorov's works to be “windows to the other world”. There is something like an indestructible transparent barrier between the viewer and the artist’s world. This is an ideal world, where there are neither thunder-storms nor politics, where the hare always runs away from the hunter and the fisher always has fish, and where every house is replete with peace and prosperity.

lexander Vasilyevich Suvorov was born in Poyarkovo Village of the Kalyazin District of the Tver Region on October 26, 1913. Starting from 1985, when the elderly artist was noticed, Alexander Suvorov participated in numerous exhibitions in Russia and abroad. His paintings are kept in collections of various museums.

The exhibition will be held till November 23.


Author: Vera Ivanova

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