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Citizens of Ekaterinburg and Guests of The City Have Now The Opportunity to Visit a New Permanent

29 May

Art Exposition –Misha Brusilovsky Museum

Museum displays paintings from the private collection of the Mayor of Ekaterinburg Yevgeny Roizman, who has initiated the creation of the Museum. The Museum's collection is unique. Famous paintings and relatively unknown works of Brusilovsky are exhibited there. "Homo Sapiens", “Futbolisty” ("Soccer Players"), “Venera v Grote” ("Venus in The Grotto"), “Podvig Gerakla” ("Herculean Labour"), “Izgnaniye iz Raya” ("Exile from Paradise"), “Avtoportret na Fone Volovicha” ("Self-Portrait against The Background with Volovich"), “Begstvo v Yegipet” ("Escape into Egypt"), “Zhenya, Pobezhdayushchiy Lva” ("Zhenya, Conquering The Lion"). The biggest picture – “Izverzheniye Vezuviya” ("Eruption of Vesuvius"). Biblical figures can be traced in many art works. The first self-portrait of Brusilovsky, 1948, and the last work of the master, the portrait of Russian tsar Nicholas II, are among the exhibits. Drawings, watercolor sketches, design works on decorating and academic sketches, photographs, palette and brushes of the master, his diary are also displayed in the Museum.

      Misha Brusilovsky Museum helps its visitors to understand the whole contemporary art. It attracts great interest. This museum is already very popular among Ekaterinburg citizens and the guests of the city.

     Creative works of honoured artist of Russia, honorary academician of The Russian Academy of Arts, Misha Brusilovsky (1931-2016), are exhibited in major museums, galleries and private collections of Russia, Austria, England, Germany, Israel, Ireland, USA, France and Switzerland.

     You will be a welcome guest in Misha Brusilovsky Museum.

     Adress: Ekaterinburg, 15 Engelsa St.

     11.00 – 20.00 daily

     Accessibility of the Museum is limited during the excursions, so please check the details by phone +7 (343) 220-66-51

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