The Pushkin Museum in Prechistenka, Moscow, presents an exhibition dedicated to the 220th anniversary since the poet’s birth.
The exposition includes more than 300 portraits of Alexander Pushkin, including pictorial, sculptural, and graphic images, as well as drawings on souvenir and decorative items. Lifetime and first posthumous paintings of the poet are of the greatest value. The most interesting thing is that all of the artists see Pushkin in their own way.
The visitors will see the great Russian poet’s portraits painted by Sokolov, Tropinin, Bryullov, and other contemporaries of his.
A separate section is dedicated to the artworks created in the XXI century, not only by sculptors and artists but also by IT experts.
Where: the Pushkin State Museum in Prechistenka at the address 12/2, Prechistenka Street, next to metro station Kropotkinskaya, Moscow.
When: from February 10, 2019, to May 19, 2019.
Open hours: from 10 am to 6 pm on Tue., Wed, Fri.-Sun; from 1 pm to 9 pm on Thu; Monday is a day off.
Author: Vera Ivanova