In 2016 it was displayed within the walls of this museum at the ‘Two “Floras” exhibition. The manner of execution of the “Portrait of a woman as Flora” is reminiscent of the works by Leonardo: the same soft chiaroscuro and sfumato techniques, the elegant and restrained colour palette and the faint half-smile. A well-known scholar whose area of expertise is the works of the great master, Professor Carlo Pedretti of the University of California, believes that this work was created by an artist of Leonardo da Vinci’s Academy in France.
“The Images of Flora” is one of the first projects that are part of a long-term programme of chamber exhibitions showcasing works from the museum’s storerooms, which will be presented within the space of the permanent exhibition in Lavrushinsky Lane. Events like these help enrich the appreciation of both the history of Russian art and the Gallery’s collection. These exhibitions will be on display in different halls of the Tretyakov Gallery, including the least visited, to bring something new, fresh and unexpected into the space of the museum, which over many decades has become so familiar to visitors.
Every Wednesday you can visit for free the permanent exhibition "The Art of the Twentieth Century" in the New Tretyakov (Krymsky Val, 10).
Please note the opening times for the Tretyakov Gallery over the holidays.
November 4 (Sunday) - the exhibitions are open for visitors as usual.
November 5 (Monday) - the exhibitions are open for visitors from 10.00 till 18.00 (last admission until 17.00).
November 4 - the exhibitions are open for visitors as usual.
November 5 (Monday) - the exhibitions are closed.
Congratulations on the upcoming holidays and we are waiting in the halls of the Tretyakov Gallery!
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