Visitors will see more than 50 paintings by the best Russian masters, reflecting the stages of development of the Russian art school of the 18th - early 20th centuries.
The first section of the exhibition is represented by the portrait genre and covers the period of the II half of the XVIII - I half of the XIX century. The genre is represented in all its diversity: ceremonial, chamber, family, provincial.
The second section is devoted to the work of masters of the second half of the XIX - early XX centuries. The main genre in the section is landscape - academic and realistic. These directions in their own way reflect the spirit of the era and the life of a Russian person.
The third section is connected with the period of development of Russian art at the turn of the XIX - XX centuries. The exposition includes works by members of the Union of Russian Artists: K.A. Korovina, S.Yu. Zhukovsky, S.D. Miloradovich. The painters of the turn of the century, was characterized by an appeal to a natural landscape sketch based on an instant impression of nature, hence the "accident" and the emotional fullness of their work.
The fourth section of the exhibition is painting of Siberia at the beginning of the 20th century. The works of the exiled artist S.E. Vronsky, paintings and sketches of Siberian landscape painters G.I. Gurkina and D.I. Karatanov, who managed to show the beauty and subtle lyricism of their native nature.