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To Isaak Levitan’s 155th Anniversary

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To Isaak Levitan’s 155th Anniversary

On August 10 Division of Literature in Art of National Library of Udmurt Republic is opening the exhibition “The Color Symphony of Russian Nature” timed to the 155th anniversary of Isaak Levitan (1860–1900). 

Isaak Ilyich Levitan was one of Russia’s most influential painters of the 19th century, master of landscape and founder of the "mood landscape" genre in which nature is spiritualized and richly imbued with poetic associations, reflecting conditions of human soul and “so finely depicting our gloomy skies, mournful birch trees, silvery rivulets, quiet sloughs, wide boundless fields, wild ravines” (A. Y. Golovin).

The exhibition displays beautiful illustrated albums, books and monographs portraying Isaak Levitan’s life and talent.


Location: V. Sivkova St., 12, room 214.

Contact tel.: 63-55-56.