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DREAM AS REALITY

Victor POPKOV Work Is Over. 1970 Oil and tempera on canvas. 200 x 160
28 november 2012—11 march 2013
The exhibition is intended to provide a variety of imaginative interpretations of the theme of sleep and dreams in the Russian art. Such various aspects of this topic as everyday, philosophical, metaphorical and religious, are revealed in the paintings, sculptures and graphic works of the 18th – the beginning of the 19th century from the collection of the Russian Museum. The exhibition will include works by such artists as I.Prokofyev, F.Sсhedrin, K.Bryullov, А. Venetsianov, M.Vrubel, А.Ryabushkin, А.Golubkina, Н.Sapunov, А.Matveev, Е.Moiseenko, V. Popkov, T.Nazarenko, O. Bulgakova and the others.

The sponsors of the exhibition are Sistema Finance Investments, OJSC Mobile TeleSystems; with the support of Art Line Foundation

Alexei VENETSIANOV Sleeping Shepherd Boy Between 1823 and 1826 Oil on wood. 27.5 x 36.5 Mikhail KOZLOVSKY Vigilance of Alexander the Great Early 1790s Marble. 112 x 123 x 81 Anna GOLUBKINA Mist. Vase. 1899 Bronze cast. 1940 58 x 35 x 32 Olga BULGAKOVA Artist and Painting. 1987 Oil on canvas. 176 x 15 Valery LUKKA Dream. 1973 Tempera on cardboard 61.5 x 65 Eugene PLUCHART Sleeping Roman Woman Mid-1840s Oil on canvas. 56 x 72 Kuzma PETROV-VODKIN Dream. 1910 Oil on canvas. 161х187

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Artemy Ober. 1843–1917. To the 100th Anniversary of His Death

Artemy Ober. 1843–1917. To the 100th Anniversary of His Death

7 december 2017—26 march 2018

The first monographic exhibition of one of the major Russian sculptors of animals of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, Artemy Ober, presents wax and terracotta maquettes, bronze sculptures, medals, vases, and drawings from the collection of the Russian Museum and other collections.

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Moscow during the Reigns of Catherine II and Paul I in the Paintings of Gérard de la Barthe

Moscow during the Reigns of Catherine II and Paul I in the Paintings of Gérard de la Barthe

23 november 2017—12 february 2018

Gérard de la Barthe, French painter and watercolorist, worked in Russia between 1787 and 1810. In the late 1790s, he created a series of watercolors and paintings depicting views of Moscow and its suburbs that earned him a reputation as a skillful landscape painter, view painter, and “figurist” masterfully rendering the everyday life of a big city.

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