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Original Graphic Art of the 19th - early 20th Centuries from the Collection of the Bashkir State Museum of Art Named after Mikhail Nesterov Selected Works

2 february 2006—24 march 2006
The exhibition is held within the framework of the Kurultai (Congress) cultural programme of public unions of Bashkirs of the European part of Russia and Europe. It is dedicated to the 450th anniversary of Bashkiria's joining to Russia. The show comprises 125 graphic works executed in different techniques: watercolours, sanguine, pastels, pencil, charcoal and Indian ink. The works enable to trace the main stages of development of Russian graphic art. The 19th century is presented by Karl Brullov, Hovhannes Aivazovsky, Alexander Orlovsky, Nikolai Sverchkov and Pavel Chistyakov. Works by Mikhail Vrubel, Boris Kustodiev, Nikolai Roerich and sketches for cathedral frescos by Mikhail Nesterov and Victor Vasnetsov attract special attention. The graphic works by Alexander Benois, Alexander Golovin, Boris Grigoriev and Vasily Shukhaev reflect creative impulses of the early 20th century. One of the rooms acquaints with the pride of the Bashkir State Museum of Art - works by Mikhail Nesterov, Valentin Serov and Leonid Pasternak. We consider the works by the artists of Bashkiria of the early 20th century form a harmonious section of the exhibition. It includes works by such artists as Yuly Blumental, Nikolai Protopopov, Lev Petukhov and Kasim Devletkildeyev whose oeuvre had been developing within the framework of Russian graphic art. The show was supported by the Ministry for Culture and National Policy of the Bashkortostan Republic within the framework of the Kurultai (Congress) cultural programme of public unions of Bashkirs of the European part of Russia and Europe.
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A Penny Saved Is a Penny Gained

A Penny Saved Is a Penny Gained

1 march—8 may 2017

The exhibition will present the state payment signs of Russia (coins and paper money) belonging to the period from the time of Peter I to 1917. The exposition will include all major types of Russian cents and rubles of that period (till 1915 when the last imperial rubles were released).

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The World of Nivkh

The World of Nivkh

30 november 2016—6 february 2017

The Russian Museum in conjunction with the Sakhalin Art Museum presents the exhibition The World of Nivkh, which opens up the culture of one of the oldest indigenous people of the Russian North.

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