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Naiveties of South Ural
13.03.2015 14:12
Naiveties of South Ural

The Naive Art Museum has opened the diversified exhibition Naiveties of the South Ural.

      The exhibition presents works of painting and graphic art, sculpture, as well as folk arts and crafts from the land of blue lakes and mountains.

      These include embroidery and floristics panel pictures by Elizaveta and Elena Mazunins from Tchebarkul, Yakut landscapes by Alexey Svinin, amusing woodcut sculptures and reliefs by Albert Valyavin, a paleontological series of painting and graphic art by Olga Orekhova-Sokolova from Miass, and what not.

      The exhibition runs till April 26.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Arts and Crafts Naïve Art Museum Painting Graphic Art  

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