About the exhibition
A breathtaking collection of landscape pictures, including mountains, forests, seas and a lot more
10 October 2018−13 January 2019 • Brussels, Belgium, Centre for fine arts BOZAR, Rue Ravenstein, 23Theodore van Loon. Caravagist between Rome and BrusselsTheodore van Loon (1581/82 - 1649) was a successful Flemish painter who worked mainly in Brussels. Some time the painter spent in Rome and in the beginning of the XVII century he introduced in the Southern Netherlands a new Italian
21 July−11 November • Sydney, Australia, Art gallery of New South Wales, Art Gallery Rd, Sydney NSW 2000John Russell. The Australian Impressionist in FranceArtist John Russell from Australia - perhaps the most "impressionistic" native of this continent - lived and worked in Europe for four decades. A unique link with the French avant-garde in 1880 - 1890 left a mark
11 April−11 November • Tallinn, The Mikkel Museum, A. Weizenbergi 28, 10127 TallinnRescued relics. Icons from the collection of Nicholas KormashovCollection of icons of the artist Nikolai Ivanovich Kormashova (1929 – 2012) is unique in many ways. "Saved relics" – not just the title of the exhibition in these words, pronounced long dedicated work and philosophy of life
15 January−15 December • Moscow and Moscow Oblast, House Workshop of the Russian icon painterIcon boxes - handmadeThe samples and draft icon cases different types of techniques. Only manual work. Painted and carved icon-cases.