On February 13 the State Tretyakov Gallery opens the exhibition Zinaida Serebryakova. Parisian Period. Alexander and Yekaterina Serebryakovs. From Collection of the French Fondation Serebriakoff.
Zinaida Evgenyevna Serebryakova (1884-1967), an illustrious representative of the famous Benoit Lancer artistic dynasty, a follower of the well-known painter O. E. Braz, belonged to the second wave of the World of Art movement. In her works, which are stylistically close to the neo-academic school, she created the most charming women’s and children’s images in Russian painting. The exhibition is dedicated to the French period of her life - from 1924 to 1967. Galina Serebryakova’s paintings kept her Paris studio, including the well-known Moroccan cycles of 1928 and 1932, will be for the first time exhibited in Russia. Her canvasses and graphic art works will be accompanied with works by her children - Alexander Borisovich (1907-1995) and Yekaterina Borisovna (1913) Serebryakov.
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