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Timiryazev Museum Dedicated Exhibition to Yury Koval
12.12.2014 16:41
Timiryazev Museum Dedicated Exhibition to Yury Koval

The Timiryazev Biology Museum has opened the Koval River exhibition about life and works of the famous writer. 

      Yury Koval was an artist, writer, and teacher. His books, as well as movies and animated films based on his writings are popular among both adults and children.

      He was versatile both in literature and fine arts: wooden sculpture, enamels, paintings, and graphic art. Visitors will see animals, birds and people, wooden roofs, trees and herbs and interesting objects brought together into a journey story.

      The exhibition runs till April 12, 2015.




Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Arts and Crafts Exhibitions in Moscow Graphic Art Sculpture  

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