Add to favorite
Subscribe to our Newsletters Subscribe to our Newsletters Get Daily Updates RSS

Exhibition of Yury Kosagovsky in Library for Foreign Literature
5.12.2014 16:02
Exhibition of Yury Kosagovsky in Library for Foreign Literature

Library for Foreign Literature holds the Unraveling Lermontov painting exhibition of Yury Kosagovsky.

      Yury Kosagovsky prepared a series of works illustrating Mikhail Lermontov's verses and his poems Demon and The Novice.

      The artist points out that his unusual method of circle drawing helps him “to subtly convey Lermontov’s world.

      The exhibition includes 12 works by the artist.

      The exhibition runs in the White Hall of the Library for Foreign Languages till February 1, 2015. The admission is free.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Exhibitions in Moscow Yury Kosagovsky Painting   

Next Previous

You might also find interesting:

One Masterpiece Exhibition at the EEF
SNOWVISION Sports Film Festival Kicks off in Chelyabinsk
International Exhibition Athletics Expo - 2018" in Moscow
Exhibition "Falcons, Eagles, Penguins and Other Rare Types of Spacesuits
Chess & Jazz Festival in Moscow

Comment on our site

RSS   twitter   facebook   submit

Bookmark and Share

Flowers Delivery

search on the map
Russian Cinema  Russian history  Moscow accommodation  Hashtagization  Dagestan  Kizhi  Figure Skating  Saransk  migration in Russia  Mikhail I Fyodorovich Romanov  curious  Sled Dog Race  Censorship  Sakhalin  Moscow  Linguists  Vladimir Voinovich  Russian Literature  Kaluga events  Sheremetyevo  Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia  St. Petersburg  Exhibitions in Moscow  Russian Week in France  Mistral  Altai  train tickets Russia FIFA  Russian business  Spacecrafts  Alexander Bashlachev  Maria Sharapova  Domodedovo  Moscow traffic  Russian academy of sciences  Sberbank  Ilya Ilf  Bell Ringing  Vladimir Kolokoltsev  Russian tourism  Archeology  boat cruise  Irkutsk Region  Russian gas  Federal Law on Education  Ukok Plateau   electronic books  ENEA  Sverdlovsk region  Hermitage Museum  Diana Arbenina 

Travel Blogs
Top Traveling Sites