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Museum lesson "Belarusian Napoleon"

Museum lesson "Belarusian Napoleon"
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January 27
Date
13.00–14.00
Time
Book Museum (room 347)
Location
4.5 rubles
Price

A lesson dedicated to the famous artist Napoleon Orda was held On February 27 within the framework of the "The Book Professors’ Club" project.

Mr Alies Susha, the well-known bibliologist and culture expert, told a lot of interesting things about the life and creative path of Napoleon Orda.

In the classroom, there was a presentation of a book novelty the "Napoleon Orda" album. The unique edition contains 190 engravings from the collection of the National Library of Belarus.

Visitors also saw the original lithographs from the library stock, created from the artist's drawings in 1873-1883. The expert emphasized that these images of architectural monuments, types of estates and cities remain one of the most valuable visual sources on national history.

At the museum lessons, each of the children had the opportunity to play the role of an artist and draw architectural monuments, like the Belarusian Napoleon.

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