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Flemish painting of the XVII century. (1955)

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Director: Ya. Mirimov

Script writers: V. Prokofjev, R. Yurenev

Operators: A. Klimov

Recordist: A. Kamionskij

Music designer: A. Lokshin

Other authors: L. Belokurov

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Film review of an exhibition of paintings by the Dresden gallery, held in may 1955 in Moscow at the Museum of fine arts named after A. S. Pushkin.

Museums and exhibitions | Visual Arts | Culture and Arts

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Poster exhibition of paintings by the Dresden gallery in the Museum of fine arts named after Pushkin.

The paintings of the Flemish masters of the early 17th century on the walls of the Museum.

Painting by Rubens, "Hunting lions" and "boar Hunting", the pieces of art.

Fragments of the painting "SV.

Jerome".

The Rubens painting "Bathsheba", fragments of paintings.

The painting "Diana returning from the hunt" painted by Rubens and his pupil Franz Snyders, fragments of paintings.

Still lifes and paintings by Flemish artists Snyders, and Jordaens, are represented in the exhibition, fragments of paintings.

The painting is Jordaens "Lamentation", the faces of the characters in the picture.

The Picture "SV.

Jerome" painted by A. van Dyck.

"Portrait of a warrior" and "portrait of a man in black" works by van Dyck, the combination of tones and colors in the paintings.

Paintings by van Dyck, presented at the exhibition.

Paintings of genre painting of Adrian Brouwer and David Teniers the younger, presented at the exhibition.

The landscapes painted by Teniers the younger.

A picture of Teniers the younger with a picture of himself in the village Inn.

Panorama of the exposition of the Flemish artists.

Calendar

1955

Locations

Moscow

Artists
Persons of arts; Biography; Culture and Arts; Visual Arts