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Solomons Wall Expected in Moscow
27.02.2007 16:30
Solomons Wall Expected in Moscow

The little known painting Solomons Wall by the famous Russian artist Vasily Vereshchagin (1842-1904) will be displayed in the Tretyakov Gallery for twelve days.
      The canvass painted by Vereshchagin in the 1890s, had been traveling all around the world before it was handed overe from a private collection to the museum of Berkeley University in America.
      For the first time in the last 110 years it has been brought to Russia. As agreed with the Christie's auction house, the most interesting works by Russian masters will be displayed in the artists motherland before being put up for auction.
      For the first time the Tretyakov Gallery has admitted an auction painting on its wall, among renowned masterpieces of Russian art. The Solomon's Wall will be exhibited from March 6.


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