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Exhibition Konstantin Kuznetsov. Paris, Brittany, Normandy
24.01.2021 17:41
Exhibition Konstantin Kuznetsov. Paris, Brittany, Normandy

The Russian artist Konstantin Kuznetsov (1863-1936) is less known in this country than abroad. And yet, his works certainly deserve attention as he was a man of subtle talent and an incredibly reverent attitude to nature.
      The new exhibition of the Tretyakov Gallery is designed to introduce Konstantin Kuznetsov - a native of
      the Nizhny Novgorod merchant family to the Russian public. The artist emigrated to France in 1896 and took part in the famous Paris Salons. His creativity was closely followed by the art critics of the era. The style of the paintSaltook shape under the influence of the Impressionists. A person with a special
      coloristic flair, he created emotional expressive canvases, masterfully working with color nuances.
      The exhibition is the first large-scale display of Kuznetsov's paintings in this country.
      Where: Engineering Building of the Tretyakov Gallery at the address 12, Lavrushinsky Lane, Moscow.
      When: January 19, 2021 March 14, 2021



Author: Vera Ivanova

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