Photo source: umbra. media The collection of works by Ivan Kramsky in Voronezh took shape in the 1920s and 1930s thanks to the participation of the son of the artist Anatoly Kramsky and the assistance of an expert in local history, art historian, professor Yury Ivanovich Uspensky. It was he who played the role of mediator in the relations of the public of the city and the artist's family. In the Voronezh Art Museum contains over thirty works of Kramskoy, and the museum itself bears his name. In addition to the anniversary of the artist, the exposition is also devoted to the 85th anniversary of the founding of this museum.Portrait of Anatoly Kramskoy, the artist’s son, Ivan Nikolaevich Kramskoy, 1882, 73.5 × 61.5 cmVladimir Makovsky. "Water Mill".
Photo source: umbra. mediaThe exhibition of works by Ivan Kramskoy from the collection of the Voronezh Museum is of particular interest to Muscovites and guests of the capital. Viewers will also see for the first time never-before-exhibited works by other artists: an unfinished etude etude - an educational sketch that the artist uses to study nature. Such a recipe for the artist, where everything is simple and clear. An etude is written quickly, precisely, schematically, literally on the knee - this is a proven way to touch the world and catalog it. But the status of etude in the history of art is so unstable that sometimes it acquires a value much more than the final picture, for which he served as a help. He is surrounded by a serious wide frame - and hoisted on the museum walls. So in what case is an etude a student warm-up, and in which is an independent, lively and valuable work? Read further Fyodor Vasilyev, the lyrical landscape master, Vladimir Makovsky's work “The Water Mill”, etchings by Ivan Shishkin and two pencil drawings by Ilya Repin.Alexey Bogolyubov. "Dardanelles". 1873Exhibition “In the Circle of Comrades. By the 180th anniversary of the birth of I.N. Kramskoy "
in the Art Gallery of Zurab Tsereteli works until July 8, 2018.Nikolay Ge. Portrait Portrait is a realistic genre depicting a person or a group of people existing in reality. The portrait - in the French reading - portrait, from the old French portraire - "reproduce something line in line." Another facet of the name of the portrait lies in the outdated word "parsuna" - from the Latin. persona - "person; person". Read more peasant. 1887Alexander Buchkuri. "Laundresses". 1908Arthiv: read us in Telegraf and look in Instagram
Main illustration: Ivan Kramskoy. "The book fascinated her (fragment)." 1872. Prepared based on the press release of the Russian Academy of Arts and Arthiv's own publications.