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The watercolour exhibition "The unfinished journey"

The watercolour exhibition "The unfinished journey"
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On 20 September, the opening of the watercolour exhibition “The unfinished journey” in memory of artist Mikhail Mironov was held in the gallery “Panorama”.


The name of the Belarusian artist, the member of the Belarusian Artists’ Union and the International Guild of Artists is well-known not only in our country, but also abroad. As the member of the Watercolour Group Mikhail Mironov visited Dagestan, Armenia, Tajikistan, Krasnoyarsk. His exhibitions were arranged in the Yanka Kupala State Literary Museum, the Palace of Arts, and also at the Russian House (Belgrade). The Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Belarus awarded the artist with a breastplate for a contribution to the national culture.

The artist’s works have vivid individual style. They are full of bright excitements and reflect the harmony of nature and artist’s mood.

The exposition situated at the National Library of Belarus gallery "Panorama" contains about 40 works from series "Karachai-Cherkess", "The colours of my Motherland", "Throughout the Yenisei".

The opening of the exhibition was held with the participation of the representatives of the National Library of Belarus staff such as First Deputy Director for User Service and Ideology Elena Dolgopolova, head of Gallery and Exhibition Division Fyodor Yastreb, and also director of Gorky State Academic Russian Drama Theatre Eduard Gerasimovich, artist Vasily Kostyuchenko, architect Vitaly Mironov (the son of Mikhail Mironov).

The exhibition will continue until October 20, 2011. The entrance fee is the same as for visiting of the Observation Platform.

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