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Arkady Rylov. 1870–1939

Arkady Rylov. Green noise. 1904. Oil on canvas. Russian Museum
16 august 2017—6 november 2017

Arkady Rylov (1870-1939) is one of the classics of the Russian landscape painting. His art became widely popular in the early XX century. His works were on display at the exhibitions of “The World of Art” group and Secession in Vienna. For his “Green noise” landscape he was chosen an honorary member of Salon d'Automne in Paris; and his famous “In the Blue Expanse” at its time was seen as a true romantic symbol of the revolutionary era. Unfortunately, contemporary viewers are little acquainted with the art of this prominent painter, author of both epic and majestic landscapes and intimate and touching images of the Russian nature.

The Russian Museum holds a large collection of works by A. Rylov including paintings and sketches of various periods, graphic works, and illustrations. A comprehensive retrospective exhibition at the St. Michael's Castle presents all stages of Rylov's path in art for the first time since his last solo exhibition in 1970. 100 art pieces are on display, among which are landscapes and historical and genre paintings from the collection of the Russian Museum, State Tretyakov Gallery, and other museums.

The exhibition is supported by PAO Severstal, PAO Power MachinesNordgold company.

Arkady Rylov. Clouds over the field. 1930. Oil on cardboard. Russian Museum Arkady Rylov. Autumn at Tosno River. 1920. Oil on canvas. Russian Museum Arkady Rylov. Forest river. 1929. Oil on canvas. Russian Museum

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Dashi Namdakov

Dashi Namdakov

12 december 2018—11 march 2019

Dashi Namdakov is a well-known Russian sculptor born in 1967 in Chita
Region of Russia. His work is closely tied to the national Buryat
culture, Mongolian epos and the legends and parables of Buddhism. What
is more, they are distinguished by academic precision, particular
expressiveness of character, and accuracy in rendering movement.

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Unexpected Malevich. From the Archive of A. A. Leporskaya, Donated to the Russian Museum

Unexpected Malevich. From the Archive of A. A. Leporskaya, Donated to the Russian Museum

15 november 2018—14 january 2019

The exhibition will present drawings by Kazimir Malevich donated to the Russian Museum by R. F. Strimaitis, according to the will of N. Suetina, heir to Anna Leporskaya and daughter of Nikolay Suetin.

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