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Tropinin Museum

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Shchetinsky pereulok, 10/1 Metro Polyanka, Moscow 119017 Russia
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ginsengNewYork wrote a review Jan 2020
new york908 contributions345 helpful votes
A small, charming house, dedicated to wonderful Russian portraitist Tropinin and painters of his circle. It has a small permanent collection as well as temporary exhibits. Staff is friendly and helpful, and guides very knowledgeable. It is located in the pleasant neighborhood of Zamoskvorechye, a peaceful,historical area with beautiful churches and lovely old wooden houses here and there.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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onova2014 wrote a review Mar 2018
Moscow, Russia2,596 contributions367 helpful votes
The Museum is located in Zamoskvorechye - the old historical part of Moscow near recently renovated Bolshaya Ordinka street. Small, cozy old rich home of one of Moscow citizen, who actually donated his house for this Museum along with his art collection. It is free every 3rd Sunday of each month. The employees are very nice, knowledgeable and hospitable. There is a small souvenir shop and they host concerts - see on the website.
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Date of experience: February 2018
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VadAnik wrote a review Feb 2017
Folkestone, United Kingdom50 contributions47 helpful votes
One of the Moscow's liveliest museums dedicated to prominent Russian portraitist V.Tropinin and the painters of his circle. The old Moscow ambiance is well preserved here - the interiors of the XIX century mansion represent local lifestyle on the edge of the centuries.
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Date of experience: February 2017
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Athena5000 wrote a review Jan 2017
Hanoi, Vietnam106 contributions47 helpful votes
This gallery is small, but has a good selection of Russian art. Due to the size, I'm glad I saw it when it was free, but I still recommend it. Beautiful paintings and portraits, and a small amount of historical background data about Tropinin and his times.
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Date of experience: January 2017
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Bryuzga wrote a review Oct 2016
Moscow1,425 contributions122 helpful votes
Sadly Russian painters are not much known outside Russia. Tropinin is one of the best and most loved in its home country. He was already a famous painter when he was freed from serfdom at an age of 47. A year later he became a full member of the Academy of Art. This collection - full of his masterpieces and of his contemporaries - is a masterpiece itself. Its owner was a private collector in the times of the Soviet Union. Felix Vishnevsky searched old houses, destined for destruction and even garbage dumps for paintings, artifacts etc. He became an amateur restoration expert who was frequently asked for advice by the Tretyakov gallery itself. He managed to save and restore hundreds of art objects and donated them to the state museums - about 700! Museum is in excellent condition after a thorough renovation of an old XIX century mansion.
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Date of experience: June 2016
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