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Museums of Russia

Hockey Museum in Moscow, Hockey Hall of Fame Hockey museums are in Canada, Finland, Czech Republic. But in Russia, which, without a doubt, is one of the most powerful hockey countries, there has not yet been such a museum. However, a hockey glory hall appeared, but so far it exists outside of space, exclusively in the archives of the hockey federation.
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“An artist in a workshop”, Rembrandt - description of the painting

The artist in the workshop is Rembrandt Harmenszoon Van Rijn. 24.8 x 31.7 cm The moment the artist creates the picture is always associated with some kind of sacredness and mystery. Inspiration pushes to search for images, skill painfully searches for the means of embodiment, and the inner gift brings something new, unique to the canvas that allows you to accurately recognize the style of a particular painter.
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Picture "Nestor the Chronicler", Vasnetsov - description

Nestor the Chronicler - Viktor Mikhailovich Vasnetsov. Watercolor. The figure of the legendary creator of "The Tale of Bygone Years" - the first Russian annals - is shrouded in the mystery and haze of time. The artist portrayed him as a wise old man in a dark monastic vestment, busy writing his famous annals. He looked up from his work for a second, reflecting on the text.
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Artist's Studio, Giorgio Vasari - Description

Artist's Studio - Giorgio Vasari. Fresco. Giorgio Vasari’s fresco "Artist's Studio" appeared in 1563, and gives an idea (albeit very poeticized and subjective) of how the workshop of the 16th century painter looked. From the twilight stand out three figures of naked sitters and a broad-shouldered figure of the artist, turned towards the viewer back.
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"Portrait of Zhukovsky", Orest Adamovich Kiprensky - description

Portrait of Zhukovsky - Orest Adamovich Kiprensky. 64.8 x 58.1 cm This portrait strongly emphasizes romanticism, which was the main style of that era and was reflected in all areas of art. The young romantic poet is depicted in an appropriate setting - in the background you can see a delicate translucent landscape with trees, lush wild vegetation and an old dilapidated castle that refers us to the era of chivalry.
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