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Description of the artwork «Temple»

• 2000
• paper; pastel; ink
• P-5294
• PGHG KP-23878

The Perm Art Gallery has 12 works by Igor Kislitsyn.

The Perm Art Gallery is one of the first state art museums to appear on a vast territory from Moscow to the Far East. This is the first art museum in the Urals. The official opening of the gallery took place on November 7, 1922.

Currently, the number of funds of the Perm Art Gallery is more than 51,000 exhibits. Russian art of the XVIII - early XX centuries is represented by the works of all outstanding Russian masters. Based on a systematic approach and strict criteria of artistic quality, a collection of twentieth-century art, including Russian avant-garde, has been compiled. By the beginning of the 21st century, the geography of art originals stored in the gallery funds covers, in addition to the Russian regions, about 90 countries and states.
In addition to painting and sculpture, the gallery has a very significant collection of works of decorative art, the time range of which covers the periods from antiquity and Ancient Egypt to the 21st century. These are rare works of Western European and Russian porcelain, unique works of authorship in various techniques and genres; numismatics, art metal, stone, glass, bone, fabrics, folk art. The artistic brands of the Perm Territory, which make up its pride and determine the cultural status of the region - Perm wooden sculpture, Stroganov icon painting (including rare signature and dated icons), gold embroidery - are stored in the collections of the Perm Art Gallery.

Drawing Fund is 12 percent of all exhibits

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Art form: Graphics

Date of creation: 2000-th

Location: Igor Kislitsyn