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A Russian Tale

A Russian Tale

The exhibition examines trends and development of portrait painting among Russian- and USSR-born artists of the past 120 years. It includes several generations of artists of the Realist, Romantic, Social-Realist, Avant-garde, Cubist and Expressionist schools; artists who lived and worked in Russia (e.g. Repin and Serov); artists who moved to Paris and other places (e.g. Archipenko, Chagall, Soutine and von Jawlensky); and artists who immigrated to Israel (e.g. Constant, Gliksberg, Litvinovsky, Shemi and Zaritsky).

OPENING DATE:

Tuesday 01 March 2016

CLOSING DATE:

Sunday 05 June 2016

LOCATION:

Charles and Evelyn Kramer Galleries Main Building

CURATOR:

Dr. Doron J. Lurie

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  • אלכסנדר יעקובלב, דיוקן מריה צטלין, 1919 אוסף מוזיאון רמת גן לאמנות רוסית
  • Valentin Serov, Portrait of Anna Zetlin, 1909 Collection of Museum of Russian Art, Ramat Gan