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N. I. Feshin. Portrait of Mademoiselle Podbelskaya. 1912. Collection of Kirill and Yulia Naumov
11 april 2019—10 june 2019
The history of collecting objects of art in Russia, interrupted after the October Revolution by the policy of nationalization, was basically revived after the World War II: artworks were found in second-hand stores and at the antique dealers’, exchanged with other collectors, received thanks to friendly ties of collectors with artists and their families. Now, when Russian collectors are already integrated into the global auction practice, it is especially interesting to look at the collections of Russian art that began to take shape forty or more years ago. What attracted private collectors? Is there a special Petersburg taste for the visual arts?

The exhibition will present paintings, graphics, sculpture, theatrical-decorative and applied arts, and numismatics from three private collections in St. Petersburg: the Paleev family, the Berezovsky family, and the Naumov family.

The exhibition will present virtually unknown works by the most prominent Russian artists of the 19th and 20th centuries and many other significant objects of Russian art, such as engravings and sets of commemorative medals dating back to the 18th and 19th centuries. The exhibition includes more than 400 works by I. K. Aivazovsky, N. I. Altman, L. S. Bakst, A. N. Benois, I. Ya. Bilibin, K. F. Bogaevsky, M. A. Vrubel, N. S. Goncharova, A. Ya. Golovin, B. D. Grigoriev, M. V. Dobuzhinsky, B. M. Kustodiev, K. A. Korovina, E. E. Lancere, V. E. Makovsky, K. S. Petrov-Vodkin, I.E. Repin, Z.E. Serebryakova, K.A. Somov, P.P. Trubetskoy, N.I. Feshin, M.M. Shemyakin, A.E. Yakovlev and other masters who worked both in Russia and abroad.

Exhibition opening at 4 PM.

I. K. Aivazovsky. Gibraltar at night. 1844. Z. E. Serebryakova. Moroccan boy. 1928. Collection of Kirill and Yulia Naumov B. Grigoriev. Portrait of artist and photographer Miron Sherling. Collection of the Paleev family N. I. Altman. Mayakovsky. 1930s. Collection of KGallery

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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.

Images of Military Life in Russian Art from the 16th to the 20th Centuries

Images of Military Life in Russian Art from the 16th to the 20th Centuries

20 october 2022—16 january 2023

Images of Military Life is an extensive exhibition featuring icons, paintings, sculptures, and applied and decorative artworks from the 16th through 20th centuries, most of them extracted from the museum’s repositories. It continues the Russian Museum’s time-honoured tradition of offering the public, from time to time, a broader perspective on its treasures and the magnitude of its collections.

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Virtual tour of the museum complex. 2009 (Rus., Eng., Ger., Fin.)

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