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Flowers that Live in Things
21.03.2015 18:34
Flowers that Live in Things

 All-Russian Museum of Folk Arts and Crafts will open the spring exhibition Flowers Living in Things.

      The exposition demonstrates an infinite variety of flower motives in the Russian folk arts and crafts and tells about the significance of the flower ornament in household items of the 19th – 20th centuries.

      The visitors will see exhibits from practically every fund collection of the museum, including wood, metal, ceramics, fabrics, lacquered miniature, and glass.

      The exhibition will be held from March 24 till May 24.


Sources: http://www.vmdpni.ru 

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Arts and Crafts Exhibitions in Moscow Design Flowers  

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