The exhibition “On the Flourishing Shores of the Crimea” brings together exhibits from several museums that represent different aspects of the culture of the Crimea. These are pictural and graphic works, photographs, costumes, and household items.
The peninsula of Crimea occupies a special place in Russian culture and art. This land with ancient history and magnificent natural landscapes, picturesque bays and original cities remains a source of inspiration for many artists, writers, musicians, filmmakers.
The main masterpieces of the exhibition are the Ivan Aivazovsky's canvases “Calm at the Crimean Coast” “Chumaks' transporter at Sunset” from the Feodosia Art Gallery. There are also be presented landscape paintings “Yalta at night” by Konstantin Korovin, “Alupka. Crimea" by Petr Konchalovsky, "Gathering of gliders in Koktebel" by Vasily Zhuravlev and many others, which were created on the peninsula.
To learn more about each work, visitors can download the mobile app Artefact (available for iOS
) with an interactive exhibition guide.
Tuesday–Sunday 10:00 a.m.–8:00 p.m.
Monday 2:00 p.m.–8:00 p.m.