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I live in Moscow and I adore visiting the Pushkin Museum of Fine Art. I've seen lots of exhibitions in many countries and I can say that in Moscow we have the best exposition of Van Gohg chef-d'oeuvres!!!
This museum contains a vast array of reproductions and copies of masterpieces whose original is somewhere else.
However there is nothing farther from the truth as considering this place a sheer collection of copycat artists; during the communist era Russia did not import / export...More
Besides slight difficulties finding the entrance to the museum we were pleased we made the effort to get inside. We enjoyed the special exhibit of works by Rembrandt and some of his contemporaries now on show.
We understood the French impressionists were housed in a different building but did not know the buildings were not connected and you had to buy separate tickets for each building. the French impressionist collection is not labelled (that I could see) at street level and...More
Excellent selection and wonderful exhibitions available. It starts with wonderful architecture. Plan to take at least one day to lazily wander through the various rooms to gather in as much as you can.
Lovely collection, if you haven't seen art in Moscow, you will see pieces that you may have never seen in a traveling exhibition, by artists you may be familiar with. In addition to paintings there are a lot of casts of well known sculptures.
It was pretty quiet when i visited but it was an enriching experience. Beautiful interior and lots of interesting items to see. I highly recommend this for a break from the crowd of some of the bigger establishment.
Be careful not to confuse this with...More
We only had time to visit one of the buildings and chose the 19th century to the present collection. The building is well organized and the brochure easy to follow. The collection of Impressionists is wonderful and well worth the visit.
European art is featured here, dating from pre-Biblical Greece and Classical Rome, down through the ages to relatively recent times. There is a whole room of Rembrandts, an impressive collection of Breughels, plenty of medieval and Renaissance Italian and Flemish art, right down to the...More
Me and the wife visited the fantastic State A. S. Pushkin Museum, which houses the famous poets personal belongings, portraits, manuscripts and books. The museum building is rather imposing and beautiful. The collections are absolutely fascinating and wonderful. We learnt a lot about this famous...More
Khamovniki could be considered a city of its own – here it’s possible to find some of Moscow’s most important cultural institutions such as the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts, the Novodevichy Convent and Trubetskikh Estate, great sport locations such as Luzhniki stadium and aqua complex, and long and beautiful Luzhniki embankment. Pick your preferred form of transport to explore the area – bicycle or
river cruise during the summer and taxi in winter as many of the great places are situated beyond a short walk.