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Wall Monument to Misha Brusilovsky to be Set Up in Yekaterinburg
15.11.2016 19:58
Wall Monument to Misha Brusilovsky to be Set Up in Yekaterinburg

Artist Misha Brusilovsky, the honorary member of the Russian Academy of Arts died on November 3.

      A wall monument will be established on the house, in which Yekaterinburg artist lived. It will be unveiled on the 1st anniversary since his death.

      Yekaterinburg mayor, Yevgeny Roizman has already approved of the monument installation.

      The house, where Misha Brusilovsky lived is located near the square with the sculptural composition The Townsmen depicting three famous Ural artists, namely Vitaly Volovich, Misha Brusilovsky and Herman Metelev.

      Misha Brusilovsky Museum is also planned to be founded in Yekaterinburg.



Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Misha Brusilovsky Russian Artists Yekaterinburg   

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