Ignatius Nivinsky. Painting. Graphics automatic translate
с 30 Мая
по 23 Июня
Музейно-выставочный комплекс Школы акварели Сергея Андрияки
Гороховский переулок, 17
On May 30, 2019, the exhibition “Ignatius Nivinsky. Painting. Graphics". In the year of the theater, the School presents to the audience a collection of works by an outstanding artist of the twentieth century.
Ignatius Nivinsky is known not only as an unsurpassed etcher and graphic artist, but also as one of the largest theater artists. Ignatius Nivinsky received wide popularity among the Moscow public after the release of the legendary performance “Princess Turandot”, staged by Evgeny Vakhtangov Bagrationovich, which glorified the artist’s talent for many years. The master actively worked with the Maly Theater, the 2nd Studio of the Moscow Art Theater, the Theater. E. Vakhtangov. I. I. Nivinsky created the scenery and costumes for such productions as "Eric XIV", "The Invisible Lady", "Velvet and Tatters".
Ignaty Nivinsky began his creative career with graphics and etching, reaching incredible heights in this direction: the artist became one of the few etching professionals in Moscow! The etching series “Italian Suite”, “Crimean Suite” and “Caucasian Capriccio”, which visitors can see in the museum and exhibition complex, were highly appreciated by his contemporaries I. I. Nivinsky. One of the favorite techniques, which often turned master - easel painting. The works made in this technique are inherent in the motives of painting of the Renaissance. The influence of the French artist Paul Cezanne, whose works inspired the master to create magnificent canvases, is especially felt here!
The exhibition includes more than 70 works of the artist, opening up the various stages of his creative activity. The exhibition was replenished with unique ex-librises, sketches of wall paintings from Italian sketches by the master, delightful landscapes, famous etching series and much more. The unique sketches of costumes for the play of the Maly Theater “Velvet and Rags” based on the play of the same name by A. V. Lunacharsky and E. Shtukken were a wonderful addition to the exhibition.
The exhibition will run from May 30 to June 23!