The museum has launched another exhibition from the series "Opening funds"


The exhibition “Watercolors and drawings by A.P. Bogolyubov” is located on the second floor of the main building of the museum in the hall of art of the Wanderers. The showcases feature 6 watercolors and graphic sheets by the marine painter, a brilliant master of landscape and naval battle scenes, one of the most outstanding Russian painters, a European-famous master of the second half of the XIX century, Alexey Petrovich Bogolyubov (1824-1896).

The exposition of graphic sheets unfolded around the bronze sculpture of Mark Antokolsky “Christ”. This is very symbolic, because the artists were friendly, and in the second half of the 1870s, Mark Matveyevich and Alexey Petrovich formed an “Art Circle” in Paris.

During his long life, A.P. Bogolyubov created about 3 thousand works (paintings, watercolors, drawings), many of which are stored in the largest museums in Russia and abroad.

Visiting the exhibition is carried out with a ticket to the permanent exhibition of the museum.

This is the fifth exhibition from the series “Opening Funds” this year.

The exhibition will last until October 30, 2022.