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The exhibit was exceptional. Visiting this museum was part of my itinerary and it did not disappoint. And though I have no idea who the artist was, his works was great. The oil paintings are great! Admission fee was 500Dram and to be able to...More
Nice variety of art styles. I was not familiar with Russian artists but thoroughly enjoyed the paintings exhibited. So often only one or perhaps two paintings are represented but this exhibit provided an opportunity to see an artists varying styles both over time and with...More
I visited the Museum of Russian Arts this morning after taking photos at the Cascade Complex. I just went inside and had a look but when I was about to take some photos I was told it is forbidden. Anyhow, the artworks on display were...More
When you hear "museum of Russian art" ,you think about precious n valuable Russian artworks ,but it's just a name .you can see only low level n non_precious Russian paintings.going there is wasting time ;if you are interested in museum ,national museum is the best...More
This is a small museum which reflects the taste of the collector. If you are in that part of town, for example to visit the Cascade, then it's worth popping in but I wouldn't make a massive detour unless you have a specialist interest in...More
The Museum of Russian Arts is a delightful small museum located at the base of the Cascade. Inside you will find a colorful and exciting collection of Russian artwork spanning about 100 years. We had a group of 6 people and opted for the guided...More