PAO Severstal supported the exhibition Art Scorched by War. Watercolors graphics from the collection of A.G. Egorova "dedicated to the 75th anniversary of the Great Victory. It will be open to visitors from September 5 to October 11, 2020 at the museum and exhibition complex of the Sergei Andriyaka School of Watercolors.
The exhibition will feature eighty-three graphic works of Soviet artists on the theme of the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945. Sredinikh - a series of portraits of Soviet servicemen, everyday scenes, book illustrations.
Particularly noteworthy are such works as “Three Ivans. Sketch of the codenamed painting "by FV Antonov," Reichstag "by NG Kotov, pencil portrait of Generalissimo IV Stalin, executed by D.A. Nalbandian, drawing "The Burned Village" by G.G. Nyssky, as well as a sketch for the work "Rescue of the Dresden Gallery Pictures" by M.F. Volodin and a sketch of the battalion scene "Attack. Marine landing" by Yu.M. Neprintsev. In addition, visitors to the exhibition will be able to see caricatures of the renowned Kukryniksy trio, pencil drawings by the talented marine painter I.F. Titov, genre scenes by L.V. Soyfertis and many other diverse and diverse works of masters of Russian graphic art of the 20th century.
The exhibition brought together masters for whom the war in their creative destiny did not take a special place: their works vividly and deeply embodied the feelings and feelings of the people in this difficult time for the country ... The atmosphere of frontline life, portraits of unknown heroes of the army and home front, sketches of military operations - these plots deserve the attention of both art historians and museum workers and fans of graphic art.
"Opening this exhibition in the year of the 75th anniversary of Victory in the Great Patriotic War , we pay tribute to the memory of the outstanding masters who captured the grandiose feat of the Soviet people. By means of art, in their own way, they defended and strengthened the spiritual power of our Fatherland. Their works will be interesting not only for history buffs: it is impossible to remain indifferent to the authenticity and unseen heroics that the painters show us. A variety of artistic means and graphic techniques, memorable images, realistic manner of execution - you will find all this in the works of the artists presented at the exhibition. I would like to thank the School of Watercolors and personally Sergei Nikolayevich Andriyaka for the opportunity to present these unique works to the general public, ”noted the Deputy General Director of Severstal on communications and interaction with government authorities, art collector Alexei Egorov.