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Exhibition September 25, 2018 − January 13, 2019

"Parisian evenings" by Baroness Ettingen. Rousseau, Modigliani, Apollinaire, Survage, Fera

Pushkin Museum to them. A.S. Pushkin invites to the exhibition "Parisian evenings" by Baroness Ettingen. Rousseau, Modigliani, Apollinaire, Survage, Fera ".
The exhibition is devoted to the salon of Baroness Helene Ettingen and tells about the artistic life of Paris in the heyday of the avant-garde.

Visitors to the unusual exhibition will see about 30 paintings, up to fifty drawings, unique archival materials, works of applied art and design. The exhibits include previously unknown documents and materials from the private archive of the family of Rousseau, the French heirs of the Baroness, as well as works from National Center for Art and Culture Georges Pompidou, Orangerie Museum, Museum of Contemporary Art of the City of Paris, Art Museum Ateneum(Helsinki), the Museum of Petit Palais (Geneva) and National Library of France.

The main theme of the exhibition was the salon of Baroness Ettingen - one of the key points on the artistic map of Paris at the beginning of the 20th century, a meeting place for art innovators - artists, writers, critics and musicians.

Baroness Ettingen, nee Polish aristocrat Elena Mionchinskaya, and her cousin artist Serge Ferah (Sergey Yastrebtsov) are one of the main figures of the creative life of the last century, founders of the Paris Life magazine and numerous salons, patrons of arts who supported young artists discovering new names .

Based on the materials of the official site The Pushkin Museum. A.S. Pushkinand the site