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Flos Gaudialis Exhibition
3.03.2015 14:55
Flos Gaudialis Exhibition

Zdes Gallery has opened an exhibition of flours still lifes to celebrate the incoming of spring.

      The exhibition presents a dozen of outstanding canvasses by Russian emigrants of the early and mid 20th century, as well as several works by artists working in Russia.

      Flowers painted by famous artists, namely Ivan Puni, A. Lansky, Natalya Goncharova, K. Tereshkovich, N. Sinezubov, Marevna, M. Boskin, S.Romanovich, A. Labas, A. Zverev, A. Pozdeev, I. Ivanov and V. Yashk will be displayed in the throughout March. Most of these paintings are exhibited in Russia for the first time.

      The exhibition runs from March 3 to March 22.

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Painting Exhibitions in Moscow Still Lifes   

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