‘Crimea Through the Paintings of Arkhip Kuindzhi’ Exhibition

06 Jun , 13:00–20:30
Museums, exhibitions

The Russian Museum contains numerous works of art created in Crimea and received as a gift from the Arkhip Kuindzhi Society. They follow the soul searching and artistic quest of the painter through his study of colour relationships and contrasts and the generalisation of form. He contemplated the movement of clouds over the sea and steppe, atmospheric fluctuations during the day, fog and sunsets.
The exhibition in the Garden Vestibule of the Mikhailovsky Palace presents selected paintings by Arkhip Kuindzhi devoted to the natural landscapes of Crimea. In his paintings, as in all creative heritage, he conveyed the diversity of the beautiful and eternal in nature, as seen by his admiring eyes.

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