The exhibition is devoted to the 150th birth anniversary of the famous Russian artist Alexander Golovin (1863-1930) who organically combined in his creative oeuvre the tradition and modernity, the severity of classicism and decorative fineness of the modern style. The exposition brings together about 150 paintings, graphic works and theatre art works from the collection of the State Russian Museum, the Russian Academy of Fine Arts Museum, Museum of the Theatre and Musical Art (St. Petersburg), Russian Geographic Society and the private collections of St. Petersburg. Also there are presented the original scenic costumes executed on the sketches by Alexander Golovin from the collection of the Alexandrinsky Theatre (St. Petersburg).
With the financial support of OJSC Lucoil
3 october 2019—9 march 2020
The exhibition will feature more than 250 paintings and graphic works by Ilya Repin: recognized masterpieces by the master and his little-known works, as well as memorial items related to the life and work of the artist.
4 july—2 september 2019
The exhibition of the first avant-garde association of Russia will present about 200 items: paintings, graphics, scenographic projects, as well as posters and archival materials.
The collection of masterpieces, chosen by the Russian Museum will allow you to make a first impression of the collection of the Russian Museum.
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Virtual tour of the museum complex. 2009 (Rus., Eng., Ger., Fin.)
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