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terça-feira, 13 de outubro de 2015

Omsk regional M.A. Vrubel museum of fine arts, Siberia

The citizens of Omsk are proud of the Vrubel Museum of Fine Arts established in 1924. Its collection contains over 25,000 items, the most part of which is of global importance: outstanding paintings of Russian and European artists, sculptures, the graphic arts, prints, rare print publications, furniture, rich bronze collection, creations of famous Carl Faberge and items of Russian, French, Sachs and Chinese porcelain factures. 

The exposition possesses one of the best collection of paintings by prominent Russian artists as Vrubel, Venetsianov, Levitan, Makovsky, Kramskoi, Borisov-Musatov, Vereschagin, Konchalovsky, Kandinsky, Benua, Korovin, Polenov, Repin, Roerich, Serov and Surikov.

The museum exposition occupies two buildings. The first one is a former Trade Corpus built upon the project of architect Kryachkov in 1914, and the second one is a former Governor-General Palace, built on the left bank of the river Om’ upon the project of architect Wagner in 1859–1862.

The hugest in Siberia and Far East art collection of fine arts includes about 30 thousand memorials of world's fine arts. Art works of painting, graphic art, sculpture, items of decorative and applied art, rare printed editions and documentary memorials were created by masters of Russia, Western and Eastern Europe, Central and Middle Asia, Middle East, North Africa and North America. History of Omsk regional M.A. 

Vrubel museum of fine arts starts from the art gallery founded at West-Siberian Area museum and opened for visitors on 21 December 1924. Historical axis of the "golden fund" in Omsk is formed of art works by foreign masters of XVI-XVIII centuries - Isaac Van Ostade, David Teniers Junior, Jan Venix, Simon Vue, Clodion, and masterpieces by Russian artist of XVIII - early XX century: I.K. Aivazovsky, A.V. Lentulov, I.E. Repin, I.I. Shishkin, M.A. Vrubel. Numerous exhibitions, both held in the museum itself or in the exposition grounds of other Russian or foreign cities, contribute to promotion of collections

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