Natalia Leonova. Russian estate. Interiors in watercolor Automatic translate
с 21 Июня
по 21 Августа
Государственный музей-усадьба “Остафьево”-“Русский Парнас”
On June 21, the exhibition “Natalia Leonova. Russian estate. Interiors in watercolor. The exposition will feature 40 watercolor works - the interiors of Pavlovsk, Kuskovo, Ostankino and other Russian palaces and estates. The author of watercolors is a member of the Creative Union of Artists of Russia and the Moscow Union of Artists, an honorary member of the Russian Academy of Arts - Natalia Leonova.
The artist specializes in book illustration, and in the process of moving to this genre of art, she became interested in the Russian estate and its interiors. The starting point in the work on the interior genre was the Pavlovsk Palace in St. Petersburg. For several years, the artist devoted herself to creating her unique collection of watercolor and graphic interiors, working from nature in famous palaces, museums in Moscow and St. Petersburg. Subtle and painstakingly executed watercolors depicting living rooms, studies, music salons, libraries and boudoirs in the spirit of famous interior masters - Eduard Hau, Luigi Premazzi, Konstantin Ukhtomsky, have no analogues among watercolorists of our time. The collection of interiors in watercolor by Natalia Leonova includes about 60 works.
Natalia Leonova’s watercolors are a play of light in the interior space, this is the air that every room breathes. Her works fully convey the unique atmosphere of palace and estate interiors. The exhibition is complemented by pieces of furniture from a mid-19th-century rococo suite, transferred to the Ostafyevo-Russian Parnassus Museum-Estate from the Sheremetevs’ house on Vozdvizhenka.
Graduated from the Department of Graphics (book workshop under the direction of B.A. Dekhterev) of the Moscow State Academic Art Institute named after V.I. Surikov.
She took part in both regional Moscow and all-Russian exhibition projects. Personal exhibitions were held in the embassies of India and Romania in Moscow, in the Central House of Artists, libraries named after. A.P. Bogolyubov and the Russian Academy of Arts, the Central House of Artists, the Moscow State Conservatory.
She has repeatedly been a member of the jury of all-Russian art competitions, is a laureate of awards from the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation, a winner and diploma winner of numerous awards in the field of literature and art. The works of Natalia Leonova are represented in the fund collections of many museums and art galleries.
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