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Exhibition 2 − August 26, 2018

The exhibition "The Artist thinks by drawing" in the MVK School of watercolor by Sergey Andriyaka

In the Museum and Exhibition Complex of the School of Watercolor Sergey Andriyaka, the cycle of expositions devoted to graphics and book illustration continues.

From August 2 to August 26, 2018, within the framework of the exhibition "An Artist Thinks a Drawing", more than 80 works of art by Russian authors will be presented. Among them: V.I. Andrushkevich, I.N. Vorobyova, TN. Skorodumova, V.S. Klimashin, M.Kh. Gorshman, R.S. Boim and others.

All exhibits of the exhibition are inherent in the originality of creative design and filigree accuracy of work with the material. High level of skill, ability in a small picture to convey a deep content, allows to consider many works of the exhibition as remarkable examples of both graphic culture in the art of the past, and the development of positive traditions in contemporary Russian art.

For example, M.H. Gorshman is a Soviet artist, graphic artist, illustrator. He made illustrations more to 60 works for Detgiz, Goslitizdat and other publishing houses. She gained great fame as an illustrator of works by writers and poets such as I. Babel.

And I.N. Vorobyova is known for her illustrations for the books of publishing houses "Children's Literature", "Young Guard", "Soviet Russia", "Little One". All-Russian fame was due to engaging in prints.

Works of artists are represented in the State Tretyakov Gallery, the Pushkin Museum. A.S. Pushkin, the State Central Museum of Modern History of Russia, the Central Museum of the Armed Forces of Russia, as well as abroad.

The exhibition will last until August 26, 2018.

We will be glad to see you at the exhibition "The Artist Thinks a Drawing" in our cozy MVK School of Watercolor Sergey Andriyaka and thank the Picture Gallery of Krasnoarmeysk for the provided exposition!