Exhibition "Karl Bryullov. Portraits from private collections" Automatic translate
с 18 Июля
по 30 Декабря
Государственный комплекс «Дворец конгрессов»
Стрельна, Березовая аллея, 3
On July 18, 2018, the grand opening of the exhibition of works by the largest Russian artist of the first half of the 19th century Karl Pavlovich Bryullov (1799-1852) will take place in the Konstantinovsky Palace.
The exhibition will exhibit eight works by the master:
- seven previously unknown to the general public portraits in the private collection of the businessman and philanthropist A. Katkov, a descendant of the famous Bryullov family,
- as well as a portrait of Aurora Karlovna Demidova - the pearl of the art collection of the Konstantinovsky Palace.
These works were performed by the artist at different periods of his work and demonstrate the typological structures of the portrait image: ceremonial and chamber images, group family portrait, equestrian “portrait-walk”, self-portraits.
The exhibition will be available during a visit to the excursion “Masterpieces of the Konstantinovsky Palace” - it will complement the idea of Bryullov’s artistic heritage and allow him to get in touch with the general cultural context of the beautiful era.
The exhibition is open until the end of 2018
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