In the Voronezh Regional Art Museum. I.N. Kramskoy prepared an exhibition “Captivating Images of the Past” from the collection of the Ryazan State Regional Art Museum named after I.P. Pity.
The exhibition is held within the framework of the national project “Culture” and continues the long-term tradition of cooperation between the Ryazan and Voronezh museums.
The exhibition presents 40 works of the second half of the XIX – early XX century, giving an idea of the diversity of creative views, united by a common desire for beauty.
Along with the works of the famous Itinerants I.I. Shishkin, V.D. Polenov at the exhibition you can see the works of representatives of the young generation of artists (S.Yu. Zhukovsky, P.I.Petrovichev, S.G. Nikiforov, L.V. Turzhansky). All of them, formally associated with itinerant movement or not, defended their right to creativity, trying to express their understanding of beauty not only in what is depicted on the canvas, but also in how it was done: in the color and shape of color spots, in a brushstroke or in the transmission of sunlight.
The exhibition will be available until December 3, 2021.