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Title: New exhibition at Pushkin's Lyceum
Post by: vladm on June 02, 2007, 02:49:33 AM
"Pushkin and Romanovs" - an exhibition by G.A.V. Traugot, which will be open on June, 3rd, 2007 at 16.00 in a showroom of a memorial museum "Lyceum" (2 Garden St, Pushkin).

At an exhibition 28 works of artists Alexander and Valery Traugot, among which brilliant portrait of Peter the Great, a number of illustrations to a various poems. Pushkin "The Copper Rider", also to a poem "Memoirs in Tsarskoe Selo" and other Pushkin's work. Also, exhibit will show 7 works to S.Yesenin's poem "Tsarevnam" (In a crimson glow sunset sparkling and foamy) which poet read to OTMA on July, 22nd, 1916 in Fedorovsky Gorodok of Tsarskoye Selo. Theme of an exhibition "Pushkin and Romanovs". The exhibition will last until the end of June.
(http://www.virtualpushkin.com/images/stories/2007/nicholaspushkin-1.jpg)(http://www.virtualpushkin.com/images/stories/2007/nicholaspushkin-2.jpg)
Title: Re: New exhibition at Pushkin's Lyceum
Post by: Vladimir_V. on June 04, 2007, 02:13:38 PM
June 3rd, 2007 Museum "Lyceum"

Waiting
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The speech of the director S.Nekrasov
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Exhibition
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Title: Re: New exhibition at Pushkin's Lyceum
Post by: vladm on June 04, 2007, 05:54:24 PM
wow, thank you so much!
Title: Re: New exhibition at Pushkin's Lyceum
Post by: Helen_Azar on June 04, 2007, 06:06:03 PM
This is great, I wish I could see this exhibit... Are there anymore of them online? 
Title: Re: New exhibition at Pushkin's Lyceum
Post by: vladm on June 04, 2007, 07:49:03 PM
will be report by end of this week
Title: Re: New exhibition at Pushkin's Lyceum
Post by: Belochka on June 04, 2007, 08:01:43 PM
Thanks Vladimir_V. !

I thoroughly enjoyed wandering through the Lycee building - walking along the corridors, walking up and down between the floors just as Pushkin would have done and looking at the tiny room (more like a partitioned off cell) where he lived; and the classrooms, filled with scientific apparatus, and finally allowed to sit at the same desk where he once sat. It was a special moment!

Margarita   :D