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Serov. The Non-portraitist. On the 150th Anniversary of the Artist’s Birth

Supported by:
  • OAO LUKOIL
  • the Unident Group
  • the U-Art Charitable Foundation for Culture
  • Iveta and Tamaz Manasherov
THE ARTIST KONSTANTIN KOROVIN ON THE RIVER BANK. 1905. Oil on cardboard. 36.1 x 51. State Russian Museum
5 march 2015—8 june 2015
The State Russian Museum holds a wonderful collection of portraits by Valentin Serov (1865-1911), many of which became classic of the Russian art at the turn of XXth century. On the other hand, Serov himself used to underline that he was not only a portraitist. The new exhibition, dedicated to the 150th anniversary of the artist, presents him as a master of historical, genre and landscape painting and author of the pieces of art which largely anticipated the experiments of the Russian Avant-garde.

The exhibition includes about 250 examples of Serov's painting, sculpture and graphic work from the Russian museum and other collections. The visitors will be provided with a unique opportunity to see the panel "Christ walking upon water" performed by Valentin Serov and Konstantin Korovin for the parish church of P. Tretyakov and V. Konshin's manufacture in Kostroma.

THE RAPE OF EUROPA. 1910. Tempera on canvas. 80 x 100. Tretyakov Gallery PETER II AND CROWN PRINCESS ELIZABETH HUNTING. WITH HOUNDS. 1900. Tempera, graphite, gouache and charcoal on paper mounted on cardboard. 41 x 39. State Russian Museum LINE COACH FROM MOSCOW TO KUZMINKI. 1892. Oil on canvas. 58 x 83.5. State Russian Museum IN WINTER. 1898. Pastel and gouache on cardboard. 51 x 68. State Russian Museum FEMALE NUDE. 1900s–1911. Italian pencil on paper. 43 x 26.5. State Russian Museum

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