The exhibition "Masterpieces of Western European Watercolors and Graphics from the Collection of AG Egorov. Italy, France. Spain" 25/11/2018 automatic translate
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From November 24, 2018 to January 20, 2019, in the School of Watercolors by Sergey Andriyaki, a unique exhibition opens: “Masterpieces of Western European Watercolors and Graphics from the collection of A.G. Yegorova. Italy, France. Spain".
The time scale of the collection covers the period from the XVI to the mid-twentieth century. The culture of centuries and the evolution of painting is revealed in landscapes and portraits of representatives of three countries: Italy, France, Spain, available in the same space.
The exhibition features more than 200 works of outstanding artists: Raphael and Michelangelo, E. Manet and O. Renoir, S. Dali and Picasso, as well as little-known masters: E. Russia, J. Piranesi and others. The works belong to different types, genres and areas of art and represent a special color of watercolor painting and graphics.
The canvases fully and vividly demonstrate the culture and art of the largest Western European countries.
The school of watercolor by Sergey Andriyaka expresses sincere gratitude to Alexei Georgievich Egorov for the opportunity to present wonderful works of outstanding artists within the walls of the School.
The exhibition will run until January 20, 2019.
Alexey Georgievich Egorov
Aleksey Georgievich began collecting art objects in 1998. Currently, he has one of the largest collections of watercolors and graphics in Russia in the 16th - mid-20th centuries, as well as bronze sculpture.
The owner’s collections were exhibited at the State Historical Museum, the State Tretyakov Gallery, the State Russian Museum, the Vologda Picture Gallery, the Rybinsk Museum Association, the Museum and Exhibition Complex of the Moscow School of Watercolor by Sergei Andriyaka.
Works from the collections of AG Egorov served as the basis for the publication of a number of books, monographs, albums and catalogs.