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Aivazovsky Exhibition is Breaking Attendance Record of Serov
13.08.2016 13:17
Aivazovsky Exhibition is Breaking Attendance Record of Serov

Nearly 55 thousand people have already visited the anniversary exposition of Ivan Aivazovsky's works of art.

      Ivan Aivazovsky's exhibition in the Tretyakov Gallery has been attended by more visitors than the sensationally popular exhibition of Valentin Serov over the same period since its opening.

      At present Ivan Aivazovsky's exhibition is attended by nearly 5 thousand people a day against 4,5 thousand a day for  Valentin Serov's exhibition.

      The exhibition timed to the 200th anniversary since the birth of Ivan Aivazovsky includes 150 paintings and 55 graphic art works.

      Nearly 109 thousand tickets to the exhibition have already been sold in advance.

      

       


Sources: http://tass.ru 

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Ivan Aivazovsky Valentin Serov Exhibitions in Moscow Tretyakov Gallery  

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