From the 25th of March till the 4th of June 2017 the Museum of Russian Impressionism exhibits the masterpieces from collection of the National Gallery of Armenia and Museum of Russian Art of Erevan. 58 works of 22 Armenian impressionists are included into “Armenian Impressionism. From Moscow to Paris” exhibition.
Among picturesque paintings visitors will see the canvases of such a worldwide-recognised master as Martiros Saryan. The great Armenian artist was Valentine Serov’s and Konstantin Korovin’s apprentice and Kuzma Pertrov-Vodkin’s classmate. Also at the exhibition there will be presented authors unknown to public, whose works do not concede by beauty to Édouard Manet, Edgar Degas, Auguste Renoir, Camille Pissarro, Claude Monet and others.
These are the works of Egishe Tadevosyan – Armenian art key figure. Egishe Tadevosyan actively participated in Traveling Art Exhibitions Society and “World of Art” Association, he was a friend to Vasily Polenov, Mikhail Vrubel. Also it’s worthy to point out Sedrak Arakelyan, delicate and lyrical painter, whose bright character matches up with smooth design of volumes, and also Vargram Gaifedjan, who was working with Konstantin Korovin on the design of performances at Bolshoi Theatre.
Museum of Russian Impressionism
“Belorusskaya” metro station
15, bld 11, Leningradsky prospekt, Moscow, Russia
Tel: +7 495 145 75 55