Interesting facts about painting and artists
[caption id="attachment_55" align="alignleft" width="232"] http://vangogh-vincent.ru[/caption] Different types of oils are used as a base for oil paints. Experts know that certain types of paints include various oils: safflower, linseed, walnut…

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The Unknown by Ivan Kramskoy
At the end of the 1860s, at the time of the founding of the Association of Traveling Art Exhibitions, a curious incident occurred in the workshop of Artel artists. He…

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Ufa Art Gallery

The Ufa Art Gallery is the main exhibition platform for artists from Bashkortostan. And not because there are the largest halls in the area – 550 square meters. meters in the city center, but because around it, like the planets around the sun, all significant and interesting projects in the artistic life of Ufa revolve. And this is already a tradition. Continue reading

THE COLLECTION OF THE ICON-COPY OF YAROSLAVL ART MUSEUM

The beginning of the collection of icons was laid by the Yaroslavl Restoration Commission, established in 1918 (since 1924, the Yaroslavl branch of the GRGR). One of the main goals set before the commission was overcoming the consequences of the White Guard uprising that occurred in the summer of 1918. During its suppression, artillery hit the city in direct fire, and many architectural monuments were destroyed or badly damaged. Supervised by YAO TsGRM PD Baranovsky, the work on the restoration of icon painting was headed by N.I. Bryagin. A large role in saving the monuments of Yaroslavl was played by A.I. Anisimov, scientific adviser of the Central State Research Center, professor of Moscow and Yaroslavl universities. It Anisimov insisted on the removal of the most valuable monuments of easel painting from the churches and placing them in the restoration workshop of Yaroslavl to strengthen. Continue reading

RUSSIAN CLASSICS FROM THE CHELYABINSK MUSEUM OF ARTS

The restoration of the Chelyabinsk Art Gallery began in 1946; its second birth took place on February 2, 1952 in a building in the style of rational modernism, built according to the design of architect A.A. Fedorov. It is interesting to note that during the restoration period, the opening of a branch of the State Tretyakov Gallery in Chelyabinsk was seriously discussed, and this building was chosen as the most appropriate art museum for its parameters and location in the city. Continue reading

Panorama Petersburg "Alexei Zubov
There are works of art that vividly and fully express the social content of the historical period in the life of the country. They are rare, but precisely because they…

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“Portrait of D. A. Furmanov” by Sergey Malyutin
Sergey Vasilyevich Malyutin is the oldest in terms of age and creative experience of all Russian masters who came to Soviet art. With the victory of the October Revolution, which…

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RUSSIAN CLASSICS FROM THE CHELYABINSK MUSEUM OF ARTS
The restoration of the Chelyabinsk Art Gallery began in 1946; its second birth took place on February 2, 1952 in a building in the style of rational modernism, built according…

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V. Surikov. "Boyary Morozov."
Vasily Ivanovich Surikov is a great Russian historical painter, but all he has to say about him is not enough: the national genius embodied in the art of Surikov. The…

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