Moscow Art Tour
Tretyakov Gallery Main Building
Inside Tretyakov Gallery
Morning of Streltsy Execution, Surikov
Three Bohatyrs, Vasnetsov
Fyodor Dostoevsky, Perov
Crimea Embankment and the Vernisazh
Fallen Monuments Park
Discover the best and largest collection of Russian fine art and visit the Park of Fallen Idols with a virtuoso guide!
Relish the largest Russian fine art collection while visiting the world-famous Tretyakov Art Gallery. Our next stop is the Park of Fallen Idols, that has become part of Gorky Park, with more than 500 statues of Soviet political leaders, unnamed workers and peasants. At the end of the tour visit Krymskaya embankment – a fully renovated and beatifully designed part of Moscow where you can shop for paintings and take fantastic photoshots.
- Icon-paintings and collection of the Old Russian Art: Andrey Rublev
- Russian Art of the 19th century: Perov, Shishkin, Kramskoy, Repin, Surikov, Vastnetsov, Levitan
- Russian Symbolism at the turn of 19-20 centuries: Serov, Vrubel, Kustodiev
- Park of Fallen Idols in Muzeon Park
- Russian Art Market (Vernisazh)
You will be submerged into Russian art in this Moscow art gallery, starting with treasures of icon-painting from the from iconography of 12th century by Andrey Rublev, to Russian Symbolism bordering the 19th and 20th centuries (Vrubel, Kustodiev, Serov). Accompanied by our professional guide, you will discover the evolution of Russian Art over time, see how all the troubles this land had endured, reflected in the Russian Art .
Later, lets go to the MUSEON and Krymskaya Embankment – an exhibition of modern art near monumental building Central House of Artist. Aside from installations and paintings, you will find a lot of yet unknown painters, selling their works in the streets and seeking patronage. Even if you don't plan to buy anything, it really a sight, absolutely worth its time.
Our final stop on this tour will be Park of Fallen Idols. More than 500 statues of unnamed communist leaders, soldiers, peasants, workers and students, lie dormant here. There is also a WWII monument - paying tribute to the horrible war days, which reflected Soviet Union the most. Surrounding there is really like a bridge from past to the present - don't miss your chance to witness it while you in Moscow!