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Vladimir Sevostyanov

Fishermen. Small Lake. 1999. Oil on canvas. 65 x 55
11 december 2014—23 february 2015
The exhibition presents the oeuvre of the Honored Artist of Russia Vladimir Sevostyanov and includes around 70 works of art from the artist's collection and some private collections. In 1977 the artist moved to the city of Vladimir and since then has been living and working there. The works shown at the exhibition are landscapes of the city of Vladimir with its ancient cathedrals and the life around them, still lives, portraits with multiple meanings. They allow one to reveal the side of the artistic life of this region unknown to the people of Saint-Petersburg. The subjects of loneliness, suspense and memories sometimes transform into the evangelic image in Sevostyanov's works. The pictorial methods of the artists are close to the so called Art School of Vladimir that was formed after the Great Patriotic War. At the same time the world of images he has created is deeply personal, harmonious and appealing.

Carrying Cabbage. 2013. Oil on canvas. 40 x 30 Cat Seller. 2005. Oil on cardboard. 59 x 47 Flowers from the Countryside. 2007. Pastels on cardboard 50 x 40 Warm Winter. 2011. Oil on canvas. 60 x 80 Among the Trees. 2010. Oil on canvas. 55 x 65

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Alexander Tyshler. The Theater in Easel Paintings

Alexander Tyshler. The Theater in Easel Paintings

28 november 2019—24 february 2020

The exhibition held in the year of the theater in Russia is dedicated to the wonderful, mysterious and strange world of images of Alexander Tyshler (1898–1980). The Russian Museum has an extensive collection of paintings and graphic works by Tyshler, which were donated to the museum by the master and his wife and also by G.M. Levitin, a close friend of many Russian theater scenic artists.

Boris Lurie. American Nonconformist

Boris Lurie. American Nonconformist

29 august—11 november 2019

Leningrad-born survivor of Nazi concentration camps, member of New York avant-garde scene of the 1950s and 1960s, Boris Lurie touches upon the most sensitive, problematic and hot issues, such as consumer society, Nazi crimes against humanity, and the reflection of sexuality in mass consciousness.

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