Nikolai Cherkasov."Formula of landscape. Ural. Volga river. Crimea" 28 May to 28 June.
Yekaterinburg gallery of modern art presents an exhibition by an outstanding engraver and painter Nikolai Cherkasov. The exhibition starts on 28 May and it is dedicated to the 95th anniversary of the artist's birth.
The exhibition shows 40 artworks including linocuts, woodcuts and paintings. The artist always reached the ways which made his art not only finely-composed but also more accurate in form. Nikolai Cherkasov was born near the Volga River then he moved to Ural and stayed there. Crimea was one of his most-visited places and many his works prove it. Nikolai Cherkasov travelled across Chelyabinsk region and made many drawings, watercolour sketches and engraves of the oldest Ural mill towns. Some of them maintained the historical mill town image only in the Cherkasov’s art.
The exhibition is open from 28 May to 28 June every day from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.