PJSC Severstal supports a unique exhibition of watercolors and graphics by Austrian, English, German, Dutch and other Western European artists of the 15th – 20th centuries. from the collection of Alexei Egorov. The exhibition will be held from March 12, 2021 to April 25, 2021 at the Museum and Creative Center of the People's Artist of Russia V.N. Korbakov, Vologda Regional Picture Gallery.
In total, the exposition includes 159 works related to different types, genres and areas of fine arts in Austria, England, Germany, Holland and other European countries. A significant number of works are rare not only for private collections, but also for large state museums. In particular, the real small masterpieces are the works of Thomas Gainsborough, William Turner, Lucas van Leyden, Pieter Bruegel and others.
The exhibition also presents works by artists who are referred to as "Rossica" in the museum environment. These are works created by foreign authors who worked in Russia at a certain period of their creativity. These include Anton von Teich's composition "The Storming of the Malakhov Kurgan" (1855), color lithographs by the German artist Theodor Gorschelt, who volunteered for the Caucasian theater of military operations. The engraving "Tsar Mikhail Fedorovich, Grand Duke of Moscow at the age of 42" and an engraving based on the painting by J. Kreutzinger "Grand Duchess Alexandra Pavlovna" in 1799 deserve special attention.
Vittas by J. Doe. You can also see the watercolor views of the Moscow Kremlin, executed around 1800 by the artist L.F. Tishbein and landscape drawing by VA Beer "On a hill near Aleksin (Departure of SA Baryshnikov to Dorogobuzh and from there abroad. Aspen grove)". It was performed in 1868
The exhibition will show the sheets of André Durand, Auguste Brie, Hermann Luders.