If you don’t Google, how many Spanish artists of the XIX century will you name? And the Spanish Impressionists? Even sophisticated art lovers will remember is that of Joaquin Sorolla. Much easier is the case with the eras before and after — there and Velasquez, and Goya, and El Greco with Surbaran, and then Picasso and Dali. The Museum of Russian impressionism undertakes to fill this time gap and to open for the audience the names of Spanish artists who created amazing works at the intersection of national tradition and modern artistic trends of the second half of the XIX century.
The Museum of Russian impressionism together with the cultural Foundation Aurea Cultura I Art opens the exhibition “Impressionism and Spanish art”on October 10. It will feature 60 paintings, sculpture and graphics of 18 Spanish artists who were participants in the Grand revolution in art, who lived in Montmartre, participated in the exhibitions of the Paris Salon, in the exhibitions of the French Impressionists, returned home and became the harbingers of the new art. Continue reading
Abakumov Vitaly Vasilyevich. Art historian, painter 1923-1987. He was born on March 25, 1923 in the village of B. Gribanovsky, Voronezh region. In 1947 he graduated from the Moscow city pedagogical Institute. Potemkina, in 1952 — the Moscow city art Studio for the disabled of the Patriotic war, in 1961 he graduated from the Moscow state correspondence pedagogical Institute. The beginning of creative work since 1952. His work for many years has been associated with the work and life of artists of the Russian Federation. He actively contributed to the promotion, growth and creativity of many artists. Numerous articles published in magazines and Newspapers clearly reflected the great work of Russian artists. Knowing well the collectives of Moscow and regional artists, strongly assisted them with advice and advice. Continue reading