During the tour, participants will discover how architect Karl Gippius built the "Versailles in Zatsepa Street," as contemporaries at the time called the museum, and learn about Bakhrushin's passion for the art of theatre. The tour will also discuss famous guests who have visited the house and Bakhrushin's love for ballet. Participants will have the opportunity to see ballet shoes signed by prominent dancers Mathilde Kschessinska and Anna Pavlova, as well as portraits by artists Vasiliy Tropinin, Karl Bryullov, Orest Kiprensky, Saveliy Sorin and others, featuring a number of actors and actresses, including Vasiliy Karatygin, Nymphodora Semenova, Ekaterina Semenova, and Tamara Karsavina.
The online tour is led by the head of the Regional Development Department, Alexander Rubtsov.
Central A.A. Bakhrushin Museum House The Theatre Museum was founded in 1894 by the merchant, philanthropist, and art collector Alexey Bakhrushin.
Its unique collection houses over 1,5 million items and depicts the history of Russian theatre from its origin to the modern-day.
The museum's exhibition halls serve as a venue for workshops, round tables, conferences, lectures, and meetings with prominent members of the theatre community.
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