Taganrog City Art Gallery, Taganrog

(4.8/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
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  • All recommend subscribe to the art gallery — for example, to group vkontakte. They constantly pass any themed events, including for children. For example, before the new year held a quest that enthusiastically passed the wife and children. Regularly or educational events or workshops for children.
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  • The idea of creating in Taganrog art gallery owned by a. p. Chekhov. The writer strongly emphasized the need for gathering the "objects of artistic value". At his request, i. e. Repin requested the Council of the Academy of fine arts on the transfer of the Taganrog Museum of paintings by Russian artists, and in 1902 the first exhibits were allocated-8 paintings: "Pine over the precipice", "River Meadows", y. i. Federsa, the "razvedkah" Zaporozhets s. i. Vasilkovsky and others. The Museum also acquired a number of sketches and drawings and Ivan Shishkin. From 1924 to 1929, was transferred to the Museum more than a hundred works by Russian artists: Ivan Kramskoy, Vasily Polenov, Levitan, Aivazovsky, Makovsky, Korovin and many others. Since 1976 the year launched a gallery exhibition in the new building-in the architecture of the 19th century. Currently, the collection of Taganrog art gallery has about 5 thousand works and it is constantly updated and expanded. Art Gallery plays a prominent role in the cultural life of the city, the birthplace of Anton Chekhov.
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  • Not very big, but surprisingly interesting exposition supplemented with preserved interiors. These pictures you won't see anywhere else. In the basement-single exposure seascapes. Wonderfully good.
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