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Titian and Tintoretto Displayed at Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts
11.06.2017 13:35
Titian and Tintoretto Displayed at Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts

The exhibition “Venice of the Renaissance. Titian, Tintoretto, and Veronese” has been opened in Moscow.

      The exposition will run in the main building of the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts till August 20. It presents 23 works by three Italian Renaissance artists from the collections of Italy and Russia. As the curators note, some of the works displayed have left Italy for the first time.

      Among the exhibits there is The Last Supper by Tintoretto from the church of San Marcuola, Salome by Titian from the private Doria Pamphilj Gallery in Rome and Venus, Mars and Cupid by Veronese from the Sabauda Gallery’s collection in Turin.

      The exhibition also included paintings from Russian collections, including the collection of the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts and the Hermitage Museum.

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Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts Exhibitions in Moscow    

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