October 12 at the Vokhm named after I.N. Kramskoy held a lecture “Russian and Western European artists about Venice and Venetian painters” (from the series “Palette of Faust”).
Lecturer – Senior Researcher at the Museum Valery Shakin.
The lecture examined the judgments of Russian and Western European painters and art theorists of the 16th-20th centuries on the merits, significance and role of the Venetian pictorial traditions in the context of the development of European art.
Within the framework of the traveling exhibition “Treasures of Russian Museums”, a special exposition prepared by the project “Russia – My History” will be available for people with visual impairments.
In the Voronezh Art Museum. I.N. Kramskoy, along with the masterpieces of painting, will present exact copies of paintings made using special technology that allows those who could not do this to see them.
Pictures A.I. Kuindzhi, V.A. Tropinina, I.N. Kramskoy, A.A. Mylnikova, V.N. Yakovleva and S.A. Tutunov turned into tactile reproductions with a relief, which provided tiflometki with audio commentary, giving a more complete picture of the plot of the picture and the objects that are depicted on it.
“The exhibition“ Treasures of Museums of Russia ”went on an art tour precisely so that people who did not have the opportunity to come to the capital and see the exposition received this opportunity. We have repeatedly said that it is important for us to show the exposition to as many people as possible, which is why we implemented the project of an accessible environment for the exhibition “Treasures of Russian Museums”. For each city, we selected 6 of the most interesting paintings from the exposition and made tactile copies, accompanied by an audio guide. We hope that within the framework of such a large federal project we will be able to draw attention to the need to implement projects for all categories of citizens, ”said Ivan Yesin, project manager for Russia – My History.
Tactile copies will be available throughout the duration of the exhibition – until November 10, 2019.
Likhachev Mikhail Ivanovich
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Between October 10 to November 10, 2019 , as part of the work of the exhibition “Treasures of Russian Museums” VOHM them. I.N. Kramskoy invites adults and children to participate in the educational program activities .
Days of excursions: Monday and Tuesday.
Start of excursions: 12.00; 14.00 and 16.00 hours.
The cost of excursion services (1 person) – 100 rubles.
Pre-registration required by phone.
8 (473) 255-50-81 (calls are accepted Wednesday to Sunday from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. ).
October 19 at 16.00. Lecture “ Rebel and artist – I.N . Kramskoy. ”
Lecturer – Senior Researcher I.N. Kramskoy Valery Meremyanin.
October 31 at 16.00. Lecture “ Life artist – Ilya Repin”.
Lecturer – head of the scientific and educational department of the VOKhM them. I.N. Kramskoy Larisa Kitaeva.
November 9 at 16.00. Lecture “ Woman of the Silver Age – E.A. Kiseleva. ”
Speaker – lecturer-guide Vokhm them. I.N. Kramskoy Nadezhda Malysheva.
By prior request by phone 8 (473) 255-50-81 (from Wednesday to Sunday)
Cost (1 person) – 150 rubles.
Lecture Location – Exhibition Hall, 2nd Floor
October 23 at 12:00 (90 minutes long)
November 2 at 15:00 (90 minutes long)
By prior request by phone 8 (473) 255 50 81 (from Wednesday to Sunday)
Cost (1 person) – 250 rubles.
Venue: Museum lecture and exhibition halls
Time: from Wednesday to Sunday from 2 p.m. to 3.30 p.m.
Venue – Exhibition Hall, 1st Floor
ENTRANCE – FREE.
October 1, 2019 in the universal reading room of the Belgorod Regional Universal Scientific Library an exhibition was opened from the funds of the Voronezh Regional Art Museum named after I.N. Kramskoy. The exposition acquaints with the least known facet of Ivan Shishkin’s work – with his work in the complex and laborious technique of etching.
The exhibition presents etchings, which are the pearls of the graphic art of Shishkin’s landscape painting. The various motifs of the Russian landscape are conveyed by the artist in a very peculiar way, with his own unique understanding and sense of nature, testifying to his boundless love for the motherland. “Fir trees in Shuvalovsky park”, “Forest flowers”, “Forest outskirts”, “Fern”, “Field”, “Crimea” – these and many other works immerse the viewer in the world of elusive sensations. Among the most interesting works of the exhibition – etching “Anthill”. The exposition of etchings also contains a self-portrait of Ivan Shishkin, made in 1886.
All presented Shishkin etchings have a rare artistic expressiveness and allow the viewer to see Russian nature as it was seen by the great artist. In total, 40 etchings are exhibited.
The exhibition runs until the end of November.
October 27 at 12:00 Voronezh Museum of Art named after I.N. Kramskoi invites you to a master class led by master Denis Bulavintsev.
Lesson «Rough animals» introduces participants to the unusual technique of drawing dry pastel on sandpaper. Working at this master class, children and their parents will be convinced that sandpaper allows you to create unusual paintings. The grained surface of the sandpaper is able to hold more pastel colors on itself than ordinary paper. This allows you to apply pastel in several layers, while achieving amazing textured effects and without risking overloading the surface of the painting with paint. Due to the pronounced roughness of the paper, the work looks velvety.
Get a lot of positive emotions from creativity and make sure all of the above VOHM them. I.N. Kramskoy invites children from 8 years old and their parents.
The workshop starts at 12:00.
Duration: 120 minutes.
Cost (1 person) – 350 rubles.
Venue: Lecture Hall.
Enrollment for the workshop will begin on October 13 . Applications are accepted by phone 8 (473) 255-50-81.
Denis Bulavintsev – artist, graphic artist. He graduated from the Voronezh Art College, studied with the famous graphic artist, Honored Artist of Russia Vladimir Presnyakov. Denis in 2011 became the winner of the regional creative contest “Cultural trip”. In Voronezh, there were two personal exhibitions of the artist – “Chernozem” in 2012 and “Black and White” in the museum. I.N. Kramskoy in 2015. In 2016, Bulavintsev, together with the poet Lena Dudukina, published a “walk” in Voronezh, “Between Heaven and Asphalt.” It contains linocuts of Denis and poems about the city of Elena Dudukina. In 2016, “Between Sky and Asphalt” at the Petrovsky Book Club became a bestseller.
Mikhail Ivanovich Likhachev – painter, portrait painter, landscape painter, author of thematic paintings. People’s Artist of the RSFSR.
Born in the village of Babyakovo (Voronezh district, Voronezh province). He attended classes in the studio of fine arts at the Voronezh House of Culture “Pishchevik”, enjoyed the advice of A.A. Buchkuri and A.P. Vasilieva. In 1935-1938 he worked as a student of the artist in the Voronezh Drama Theater. In 1938 he made his debut at the exhibition of young artists of Voronezh.
Member of World War II. He studied at the Moscow Central Studio “All Artists” (1946–1947) under the direction of B.V. Johanson. Since 1949 – a member of the Union of Soviet Artists. In the period from 1948 to 1978 he took part in 26 republican and all-Russian exhibitions.
He worked mainly on thematic topical genre canvases: “Our have come” (1948), “Toast for the heroine of labor” (1949), “Beetrooters” (1959), “Anxious 20s” (1967). Author of portraits: actor A.P. Chernova (1947), artist N.K. Bykova (1960), artist R.A. Manukovskaya (1962), writer I.V. Sidelnikova (1979) and others.
The master’s paintings are in the State Tretyakov Gallery, Voronezh Regional Art Museum. I.N. Kramskoy, in private collections in Russia and abroad.
Mikhail Ivanovich died on February 13, 1997.
In 19918, named after M.I. Likhachev named street in Podgorny (Voronezh microdistrict); in 1999 at the house where he lived in 1962-1981. (Pushkinskaya St., 7), a memorial plaque was installed.
October 3, 2019 at the Voronezh Regional Art Museum. I.N. Kramskoy held the grand opening of the exhibition entitled “Brave Wild Field”.
Despite the fact that the exhibits dedicated to the world of flora of the Divnogorye Museum-Reserve are herbarium specimens, and not the usual works of painting and graphics, it organically fit into the space of the art museum.
The collection of the Voronezh Museum was replenished with the publication “Rare and Protected Plant Species of Divnogorye”, donated by museum colleagues.
The idea of the museum’s reserve employees was based on the idea of showing the plants growing on its territory in all their beauty and diversity. The exposition, including 44 herbarium specimens, is supplemented by photographs of Divnogorsk nature created by a biologist, wildlife photography and video specialist Sergei Sobolev, information materials, as well as special vessels with plant odors.
The opening guest – Professor, Doctor of Biological Sciences, Head of the Department of Botany and Mycology of Voronezh State University Vladimir Agafonov, shared his impressions of the exhibition. He also spoke about people who have been studying plants for many years, noting that the first herbarium collections on the territory of the Divnogorsky Monastery are dated 1914. Words of gratitude sounded to the employees of the museum-reserve, who, through their research, make a great contribution to the education of the younger generation, promoting a careful attitude to it.
During the exhibition, the museum will host a number of educational events: lectures, master classes and thematic tours. The program will be implemented not only by employees of the Divnogorsk Museum, but also by specialists from the Department of Botany and Mycology of Voronezh State University.
The opening ended with a guided tour of the exhibition, which was held for all guests by a researcher at the Museum-Reserve, curator of the exhibition project Alisa Mukovnina.
The exhibition runs until October 27, 2019.
September 20, 2019 at the Voronezh Regional Art Museum. I.N. Kramskoi held a press conference, launching the IX Academic plein air “On the Land of Boris and Gleb”.
The current plein air will take place in Borisoglebsk, where in 2011 the first Academic plein air on Voronezh land was held.
The subject matter of the open air is associated with the names of the first Russian saints and is a continuation of the artists’ work in the creative understanding of the history of their native land. So in 2017, the Academic Plein Air was held, dedicated to the Oldenburg in Ramoni, in 2018 it was dedicated to the famous fellow countrymen of the Ostrogozh Region: I. Kramsky, S. Marshak, G. Troepolsky.
The current plein air includes representatives of the Russian Academy of Arts and Creative Unions of Russia from Moscow, St. Petersburg, Lipetsk, Voronezh, Tambov, Borisoglebsk.