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Russian Artists Participate in The Seasons Exhibition in Rome
8.04.2016 22:47
Russian Artists Participate in The Seasons Exhibition in Rome

Artists from Russia have presented their works at the exhibition The Seasons held in Rome.

      The popular Soviet and Russian dancer and choreographer Vladimir Vasilyev is the guest of honour. According to art connoiseurs he opened a new era in the history of the 20th century classical dance. His another talent is painting. He focuses on landscapes and nature.

      The exhibition also includes paintings by other Russian artists, such as Alexander Sergeyev, Elena Garshina, Natalia Zaytseva, and Olga Lazarenko.

      Colourful art works displayed at the exhibition encompass various techniques of oil painting, pastel drawing and water color. The main strand consists of landscapes of Italy and Russia, and the main objective is to demonstrate the inextricable connection of the nature and the artist's mood and look of serenity.



Author: Vera Ivanova

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