Plein air on birthplace of “gods”

Famous “Permian gods” are now on a visit at the Historical Museum on Red Square in Moscow…
I’ve been there, where they were born, during winter-spring plein air, organized by the Fund “European North”. A small group of artists from different cities, we lived and worked a fun, despite the gray weather – apparently, wooden “gods” were supportive of us…

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Permian gods, XVII century
 
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Artists, XX century.
From me clockwise: Vladimir Levitsky, Yuri Minin, Iraida Kopyova, Olga Borozdina, Valery Mozhaev,
Boris Pomortsev (incidentally, now an honorary member of the Russian Academy of Arts)
 
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River Inva. Pastel
 
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Hamlet. Pastel
 
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Thaw. Pastel
 
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Cartoon: artist Yuri Minin. Coal
 
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And this is me in the view of artist Valery Mozhayev.
Well, very lyrical…
 
05.03.2014