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Provincial ARTgallery-M, Ples
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  • Suddenly in this gallery ended up hidden collection of very interesting things: porcelain, including krupnofigurnogo, varnishes, portraits, landscapes. Special thanks to the owner and founder of the collection for the warm welcome!
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  • Amazing place! My husband, having developed and zamerznuv, decided to ride on streets by car. Accidentally pulled up to the House. On the porch came out racy man and invited him to look into the gallery. The husband refused, as it this gentleman is not tempted by the contemplation of female charms in China, and sent one wife enjoy all mercifully beauty. Ticket price is very affordable-100 rudder. Well, next I visited 3 multi-coloured hall with porcelain figurines of the Soviet era: Green-masterpieces of Ukrainian plants, blue-red Russian-foreign (here the porcelain beauty in decent and indecent grace-well I have my vision of some of them). I walked independently, to photograph I was allowed, how many want to, I never denied myself this pleasure. Such different figures: the nature and with the storyline, tiny and large, coloured and white. Such pretty, lovely! And then the master (the master turned out to be the Lord welcomes galleries) sent me to the next level: a picture gallery with the exhibition Palekh masters intermixed, Fedoskino and Kholui-shkatulochki of different shapes, sizes, and, of course, painting. Here I reviewed not only the exhibits, but the mud walls: old brick somehow attracts attention separately. And even first saw tremendous porcelain figures on subjects of tales, transmission works and certain plots-splendor-I am in awe. A separate area devoted to the history of the USSR, namely to V.i. Lenin. Did not even know, produced natural wool carpets with a portrait of the leader of the revolution. In my opinion, this exposure only little books for children on "Grandpa Lenin", on which we had and the flag with his portrait. I, honestly, really liked it.
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  • Visited this beautiful gallery in October with friends. Huge collection of Soviet (mostly) porcelain I knew nothing about. Stunning lacquer miniature of Palekh, Fedoskino, Mstera, Kholyi. Great thanks...  more »