The tour tells a story of one of the finest periods in Byzantine art focusing on the divine in its obscurity. How was the superiority of the spiritual over the corporeal depicted? In what way did the memory of the antique art reflect in the Renaissance style?
The tour is led by lecturer and art historian Maria Medvedeva.
The Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts is a museum complex housing one of the biggest collections of world arts in Russia. Today, it comprises about 700,000 works of art belonging to very different historic epochs, from Ancient Egypt and Greece to the early 21st century. The exhibition includes one of the world's most unique and well-known collections of French arts of the 19th–20th centuries.
The History of the Chambers of the Old English Court
The open-air tour around the collection of more than 400 military vehicles
'Open Storage' at the Polytechnic Museum
A gallery of the world famous artist Ilya Glazunov
The story of one of the painter's most famous works