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Watercolor Exhibition Nature and Plants of Russia in Moscow
24.10.2018 14:25
Watercolor Exhibition Nature and Plants of Russia in Moscow

As part of the harvest festival “Autumn Colours” in early September 2018, an exhibition of watercolors by Sergei Andriaka was opened in the Botanical Garden of the Moscow State University.

      The exhibition presents several dozens of paintings by the well-known Russian artist. While walking through the halls, visitors plunge into the beauty of Russian nature and the wonders of its flora.

      Here you will see Russia: from urban landscapes and images of the Russian hinterland to colorful flower paintings.

      When: from September 1, 2018 to December 1, 2018

      Open hours: 10 am to 8 pm

      Where: the Botanical Garden of the MSU at the address 26/1,  Mira Avenue, next to metro stations Prospect Mira and Sukharevskaya, Moscow.

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Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Exhibitions in Moscow Art Exhibitions Sergei Andriaka Russian Art  

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