On 15 June at 18:00, the Russian Museum invites you to a virtual tour of the permanent exhibition of the Russian museum in the Mikhailovsky Palace. The tour will be conducted by Valentina Gorlova, Head of the Excursion and Lecture Department of the Russian Museum.
During the virtual tour, viewers will see the halls of the museum, where masterpieces of Russian art of the 12th – first half of the 19th centuries are presented, learn about the features of Russian medieval art and how secular art was born in Russia, get acquainted with the works of the first Russian artists Ivan Nikitin and Andrey Matveev, as well as with the works of the masters of the Imperial Academy of Arts in St. Petersburg. Thanks to the technologies of panoramic photography, viewers will be able to feel the scale of the famous paintings by Karl Bryullov, Ivan Aivazovsky, Fyodor Bruni and see how these works are presented at the exposition of the Russian Museum in the Mikhailovsky Palace.
The online tour continues the series of meetings organized by the Russian Museum in cooperation with the Russian House in Brussels. Online meetings are dedicated to introducing foreign audiences to the history, collection and expositions of the Russian Museum, which this year celebrates 125 years since its opening. The meeting will be held in Russian with simultaneous translation into French provided by the Russian House in Brussels and the Russian House in Paris.
You can join the virtual tour via video conferencing on the Zoom platform or watch the online broadcast of the meeting on the Russian Museum Media Portal, on the social networks of the Russian Museum, the Russian House in Brussels and the Russian House in Paris.