Taganrog City Art Gallery, Taganrog

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Art Gallery Museum
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  • The idea of creating a Museum in Taganrog was owned by a. p. Chekhov. At the request of Chekhov and Ilya Repin Academy of Arts Council asked for a transfer, the Taganrog City Museum with paintings by Russian artists. In 1902 g. Academy identified the Taganrog Museum of 8 paintings, among them there were such significant works as "Pine over a cliff" and "River Luga, y. i. Feddersa," Zaporozhets on razvedkah "s. i. Vasilkovsky. Today the Museum contains over 7,000 exhibits iconography, painting, graphics, sculpture, decorative and applied art. The most valuable part of this collection are paintings by Russian artists of the 18th-20th centuries. First-rate canvases by old Russian masters a. Antropova, f. rokotov, d. H., i. Aivazovsky, v. Tropinin and Ivan Shishkin, a. Savrasov, i. Repin, Surikov, vereschagin, k. Makovsky, i. Levitan, k. Korovin, Nikolai Bogdanov-Belsky and many other great artists provide domestic arts at different stages of its development.
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  • Taganrog art gallery is filled with many great paintings by famous artists of the 19 century. Historic mansion with majestic itself doors, Windows and fireplaces. Courtyard Gallery deserves further attention.
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  • The museum itself is not very big, but it contains very many paintings by famous Russian artists (even there is a small Hall for paintings and sketches by Shishkin). Unfortunately there's only one picture of Nicholas Pavlovich Chekhov (Anton Chekhov's older brother).
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