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Three Great Portraitists: Rokotov, Levitsky, Borovikovsky

V. Borovikovsky. Portrait of A. G. and A. A. Lobanov-Rostovsky. 1814. State Russian Museum
23 march 2018—17 june 2018
An exhibition at the Cultural and Exhibition Center of the Russian Museum in Murmansk presents 40 paintings by three great Russian masters of portraiture held in the collection of the Russian Museum: F. Rokotov, D. Levitsky, and V. Borovikovsky.

The legacy of the three Russian artists who lived and worked in the second half of the 18th century is commensurable to the works of the leading European portraitists of that era. Each of them has his own unique way of rendering the characters, his own style and manner. The works by Rokotov, Levitsky, and Borovikovsky mirror the epoch and reflect its aesthetic, philosophical, and religious ideas. 

D. Levitsky. Portrait of Anna Protassova. 1800. State Russian Museum D. Levitsky. Portrait of Daughter A. D. (Agasha) Levitskaya. 1785. State Russian Museum F. Rokotov. Portrait of Grand Duke Alexander Pavlovich as a Child. Early 1780s. State Russian Museum

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Images of St George the Victorious in Old Rus. In Memory of Tatyana Vilinbakhova

Images of St George the Victorious in Old Rus. In Memory of Tatyana Vilinbakhova

22 december 2022—13 february 2023

The exhibition spotlights old Russian icons, wooden sculptures, personal sacred objects and jewellery created in various places and at different times, yet sharing the same theme. St George is one of the most highly venerated saints in Russia. His image is viewed as symbolic of Russian history. “St George and the Dragon” is the most frequently recurring subject in the Russian St George iconography.

Home and Family. Images of Peaceful Life

Home and Family. Images of Peaceful Life

16 december 2022—6 march 2023

The Russian Museum exhibition project Artists on War and Peace can be seen as a diptych comprised of two exhibitions: Images of Military Life in Russian Art of the 16th to 20th Centuries and Home and Family. Images of Peaceful Life. They explore two existential aspects of human life perceived as polar opposites. The first half of the diptych features scenes of everyday life during wartime, while the other focuses on the theme of the home and family as guardian of the moral values of the Russian people.

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