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Tradition of Russian World Displayed in Moscow
27.05.2016 16:32
Tradition of Russian World Displayed in Moscow

After its capacity crowd in Munich and Vatican the exhibition has now been opened in the Kolomenskoye museum estate, Moscow.

      Artists of the creative association Russian World have presented about 60 realistic paintings. Visitors will see landscapes and still lifes of Old Russia as it was seen and depicted by the Itinerants.

      "The tradition is very important to us. In my opinion, the longer a tradition lives, the better is mastery. An artist sometimes cannot even understand what he or she is painting. As a poet said, where the word is powerless, the brush is allmighty" - artist Valery Strakhov pointed out.

      Visitors of the exhibition will have an opportuity to communicate with artists personally. In the next few days there will be meet-the-artist session for all comers.



Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Art Exhibitions Exhibitions in Moscow Kolomenskoye Museum Estate   

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