THE COLOURS OF THE SNOW

Saturday 28 November 2015

The main theme of the exhibition is a pictorial subject very suggestive, the snow. As the title suggests, this selection of paintings gives the opportunity to overcome a chromatic prejudice and let us literally see how the snow is not “simply white”, but full of colours and shades. The painters are, in large part, the main representatives of the Russian post-impressionist schools of Moscow and St. Petersburg, including Georgy Moroz, Boris Lavrenko, Nikolaj Latyshenko, Dmitry Kosmin, Leonid Vaichlia. For these artists, much more used to live in the cold weather than us, the snow is such a familiar subject that they can also show us a different and joyful point of view.
The exhibition will be open till 17 January 2016.

Opening hours: Monday to Saturday 9,30-12,30; 15,30-19,30. Open on Sunday morning.
DECEMBER SUNDAYS 10-12,30; 15,30-19,30

Selection of works in the current exhibition

Black river, St. Petersburg - THE COLOURS OF THE SNOW
Black river, St. Petersburg (L-117)
Geese in winter - THE COLOURS OF THE SNOW
Geese in winter (M-621)
Stream in winter - THE COLOURS OF THE SNOW
Stream in winter (M-651)
The magpie - THE COLOURS OF THE SNOW
The magpie (M-656)
Winter - THE COLOURS OF THE SNOW
Winter (M-730)
The veranda - THE COLOURS OF THE SNOW
The veranda (M- 345)
February - THE COLOURS OF THE SNOW
February (M-451)
Winter day - THE COLOURS OF THE SNOW
Winter day (K-68)
The end of winter - THE COLOURS OF THE SNOW
The end of winter (V- 175)
Red house - THE COLOURS OF THE SNOW
Red house (L-88)
Dacha in winter - THE COLOURS OF THE SNOW
Dacha in winter (SG-306)
Flood - THE COLOURS OF THE SNOW
Flood (Lat-61)
Window - THE COLOURS OF THE SNOW
Window (B-12)
Village - THE COLOURS OF THE SNOW
Village (L-87)