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Exhibition "Karl Brullov. Portraits from Private Collection of St. Petersburg
23.01.2018 19:42

From January 24, 2018 the Tretyakov Gallery is inviting to the exhibition of paintings by Karl Brullov (1799-1852), a talented Russian artist, unsurpassed watercolorist, painter and monumentalist. The exhibition includes priceless portraits from the funds of a private collector from St. Petersburg. They will be presented to the attention of the Moscow public for the first time. Among the exhibits there are 8 paintings created by Karl Bryullov in various years of his creative career.

      When: from January 24 to June 24, 2018.

      Where: Tretyakov Gallery at the address 10, Lavrushinsky Lane, next to Tretyakovskaya metro station, Moscow. 

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Tretyakov Gallery Art Exhibitions Exhibitions in Moscow Karl Brullov  

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