Omsk Museum of Fine Arts named after M. A. Vrubel is the largest art collection in Siberia, including collections of foreign and Russian art from antiquity to the present day.
The canvases of outstanding masters of brush, sculpture, original graphics, prints, palace furniture, porcelain, glass, rare prints and other unique pieces of art are stored in extensive museum collections.
The museum’s founding date is December 21, 1924, when an art gallery was opened at the West Siberian Regional Museum in the walls of the former Governor-General’s Palace.
Currently, the collection of OOMII named after M. A. Vrubel totals about 30 thousand storage units and continues to be actively replenished.
Source: Museum site