Aivazovsky National Art Gallery, Feodosia
(4.4/5 based on 240+ reviews on the web)
View a collection of 12,000 pieces of nautically themed artwork at Aivazovsky National Art Gallery. The former house of one of the world's most prominent marine artists, the gallery showcases paintings, photographs, and documents concerning the relationship between people and the sea. Featuring 417 of Aivazovsky's pieces, the site ranks as the most comprehensive exhibit of his works in the world. It also depicts the artist's life and legacy through written materials and memorabilia. Tour the rooms decorated with Venetian mirrors and antique Russian textiles. You'll see ornamented greeting cards dedicated to the artist and a variety of his personal belongings. In addition, check out the collections of porcelain and bronze creations at the site. To visit Aivazovsky National Art Gallery on your holiday in Feodosia, and find out what else Feodosia has to offer, use our Feodosia trip generator.
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  • Really liked it! Surprisingly, there is enough large collection of paintings. Price match. Very nice parallel with paintings, periodically glance at sea outside the window.
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  • Adore Aivazovsky. The Gallery has collected a large number of his works. "The ninth shaft", of course, there's no at the Russian Museum in St. Petersburg, but no less beautiful. Highly recommend. Perhaps, this is one of the two or three attractions, which is worth a visit for the sake of feodosiya.
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  • Given that the last 20 years in Crimea not invested money, the building is very old, but this in no way detracts from its contents. Masterpieces are gorgeous! Even a century later, the picture breathe the love for the sea and calm and storm on the paintings by Aivazovsky, equally beautiful! We got the pleasure of visiting the Gallery is very pleased that the visitors are mostly young people. Despite the off-season was very crowded. Wonderful guides.
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