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Exhibition "Go through the war and admire the world"


April 30, 2021 on the third floor of the main building of the Voronezh Regional Art Museum named after V.I. I.N. Kramskoy will open the exhibition “To end the war and admire the world.”

The exhibition will feature more than 20 graphic works from the collection of the VOKhM them. I.N. Kramskoy, created by the artist Nikolai Borisovich Vasilenko.

A peculiar feature of the graphic performance of Nikolai Vasilenko lies in the unity of clear graphics, excellent mastery of the finest line and clearly expressed picturesque perception of nature. Graphic sheets are complex compositions with a detailed plot. They dynamically convey the state of nature, impress with a general emotional tone, and dispose to immersion in their inner world.

Monographic exhibition of works by N.B. Vasilenko shows the beauty and subtlety of graphic art. The most beautiful places of the Voronezh region are reflected in the works of the master. These are the city streets of Voronezh, and the images of the Don River, and the countryside of the Don region. The artist knew his native land and loved it dearly.

Vasilenko Nikolai Borisovich (1917-2009) – graphic landscape painter, member of the Union of Artists, participant of the Great Patriotic War. In his work, the artist continued the realistic traditions of the Russian landscape. The main tool of the master was the pen, and he created his masterpieces using ordinary ink. Nikolai Vasilenko chose these materials during his school years and remained faithful to them until the end of his life.

The cost of the visit is 50 rubles for all categories of visitors.

The exhibition will run until June 06, 2021.