Mikhail Shemyakin. An entirely different artist

13 October 2017–17 January 2018

Exhibition Overview

The Model

The Museum of Russian Impressionism is proud to host the Mikhail Shemyakin retrospective – Russian Impressionist artist of the first half of the 20th century. The exposition will include more than fifty works of the painter from Russian museums, Russia’s “near abroad” and Moscow private collections. Some works will be exhibited for the first time. With this exhibition the Museum of Russian Impressionism refers to its mission to speak about the Russian Impressionists. We will talk about the master, whom Konstantin Korovin compared with Raphael, and Vladimir Mayakovsky recognized as the "realist-impressionist-cubist", — about Mikhail Shemyakin. Not our contemporary, but “an entirely different artist.”

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