Yaroslavl art Museum presents the exhibition "The red line – 2. Artists of the Russian Diaspora". This is the second of a series of exhibitions dedicated to the 100 th anniversary of the October revolution. Exactly 100 works by 51 artists from the collections of three museums and private collections reflect lost us the world of art in pre-revolutionary Russia of the early twentieth century. This time in the halls of the Museum presents the paintings of those artists who are unable to come to terms with the changes in the country, and left Home. In post-revolutionary Russia come to quite different exponents of spiritual values, a subtle world of experience, could not compete with the propaganda of Communist construction. The exhibition introduces pre-revolutionary works of artists who left the country after 1917. The exhibition presents works by famous painters and graphic artists (K. Korovin, Mikhail Larionov, N. With. Goncharov, A. N. Benoit, F. A. Malyavin, N. D. Milioti, M. V. Dobuzhinsky, Z. E. Serebryakova, S. Yu. Zhukovsky, N. P. Bogdanov-Belsky, S. A. Vinogradov), as well as artists less known to the General public (A. V. Isupov, K. I. Gorbatov, N. To. The Kalmaks, P. A. Nilus, S. A. Sorin, M. V. Rundaltsov). Here you can see works not only of Yaroslavl art Museum, but also from museums of Vologda, Rybinsk, private collection. Besides paintings, the exhibition a lot of great graphics. At the beginning of the 20th century, it acquired the status of independent art in part thanks to Russian artists.