Exhibition "Great art of the" small Dutch ""

Exhibition 2 − May 30, 2021
From May 2 to May 30, the Primorsky State Art Gallery presents an exhibition "Great art of the" Little Dutchmen "" from its collection.
The exhibition of Western European art introduces beautiful examples of 17th century Dutch painting, represented by almost all genres: portrait, battle and everyday compositions, still life, landscape. The art of this period is distinguished by vivid realism, the desire of artists to convey the unique flavor of the life of their people, who created the world's first bourgeois state. These are portraits of enterprising burghers full of cold arrogance, and seascapes charged with air and light, and still lifes fascinating with skill and magic of symbols. The relatively small collection of "Little Dutchmen" in the collection of the Primorsky State Art Gallery allows the viewer to get a completely complete and reliable impression of the peculiarities and originality of the art of bourgeois Holland in Western Europe of the 17th-18th centuries.
No age restrictions.
The exhibition will run until May 30.
We are waiting for you in the Main Enfilades of the Primorsky State Art Gallery at the address: st. Aleutskaya, 12.
You can visit the exhibition with a ticket to the permanent exhibition “Russian Art. From icons to avant-garde ": 250 rubles. - adults, 150 rubles. - pensioners, students, 100 rubles. - pupils;
And with a single ticket to exhibitions in the Main Enfilades, which include, in addition to the permanent exposition and exhibitions of the "Little Dutchmen", a new exhibition "Treasures of the Nizhny Novgorod Art Museum. From Savrasov to Malevich ": 450 rubles. - adults, 300 rubles. - pensioners, 200 rubles. - schoolchildren, students.
For inquiries by phone: 8 (423) 241-06-10.