"Pushkiniana" by Valery Zlobin is open at the Mikhailovsky Museum Automatic translate
PUSHKIN MOUNTAINS. Although the exhibitions organized by the Mikhailovskoye Museum and Reserve exhibit a variety of topics, most of them are somehow related to the image of A. Pushkin. Here is the new exhibition that has just opened, where the works of Valery Zlobin are presented, reveals the image of the Great Poet, showing in different periods of life, in a different mood.
The exhibition "Pushkiniana" united 37 portraits of Alexander Sergeyevich, where he appears to the museum guests happy and sad, funny and thoughtful. From the time when the young Valery Zlobin was carried away by creativity, and then by studying the life of the Poet, to the embodiment of his image on paintings, many years passed.
Naturally, in his youth, Valery Vasilyevich was attracted by magnificent poems, and with the attainment of adulthood, he became interested in the works of Pushkin, as a historian, philosopher, who managed to create magnificent descriptions of the life and customs of society of his time. The artist carefully studied the portraits of the Poet made by his contemporaries, and came to the conclusion that not all of them correspond to his image, described by friends and contemporaries in his memoirs.
The next stage in the work of Valery Zlobin on the image of A. Pushkin was a detailed study of these memories, in which one could find many nuances of the Poet’s behavior in everyday life. His friends described in detail how Alexander Sergeyevich was angry, how he smiled, even his gait. The artist accompanied the study of these details with drafts, gradually turning into a pictorial image of A. Pushkin, relating to a certain period of the poet’s life.
The first exhibition "Pushkinians" was held in 1999 in the city of Tchaikovsky. The exhibition in Mikhailovsky will run until the end of this year.
Ludmila Trautmane © Gallerix.ru
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