The museum will display three works by Gorbatov from the vast unique collection of the New Jerusalem Museum and Exhibition Complex of the Moscow Region, containing more than 120 paintings by the author.
Konstantin Gorbatov - a painter with a recognizable style, he was an artist of a romantic worldview, the author of half-hint landscapes with ancient churches, rivers, ships. Etudes “Sunflowers” presented at the exhibition 1933, “Marina. Capri "1926 and The Italian House of 1926 - plein air observations of the artist. The works were already written during the years of Gorbatov's emigration. He left Russia in 1922 and spent the first few years in Italy, a country in which he fell in love with his first trip as a senior citizen of the Imperial Academy of Arts. In Italy, nature was the best suited to Gorbatov’s favorite colorful palette. It is characterized by pasty painting, a wide soft “dancing” brushstroke, the rhythm of which often turns into a vibrating pointel. The artist definitely felt how to recreate a transparent light-air environment on canvas, to give the viewer a feeling of warmth, sun, the smell of the sea.