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Moscow Union of Artists Displays Works by Veterans of the Great Patriotic War
8.05.2015 14:13
Moscow Union of Artists Displays Works by Veterans of the Great Patriotic War

A unique exhibition for the 70th anniversary since the Victory Day is running in Moscow from May 6 till May 16.

      The Moscow Union of Artists will introduce general public to the works by veterans of the Great Patriotic War, as well as graphic art works and paintings by modern artists on the war subject: portraits of veterans, scenes of hard war years and peaceful life afterwards.

      The pearls of the exposition are original drawings and sketches from the frontline.

      The exhibition will be held at the address 5, Starosadsky Lane from May 6 to May 16. The open hours are from 11 am to 7 pm every day except Saturday and Sunday, which are days off.



Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Victory Day Exhibitions in Moscow    

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