A special exhibition called Parisian Stories has opened in the art gallery of the Romanov Dvor business center. The exhibition is dedicated to Russian en plein air works from Paris.
Interest in en plein air painting in France has not faded over time, as the atmosphere of Paris continues to attract painters from Russia. The history of Paris begins with Île de la Cité, which today is home to the Cite Internationale des Arts. This is a mecca for artists from all over the world, a place where one can become immersed in a creative atmosphere and compose one’s own little story that contributes to the preservation and development of the traditions of Russian fine arts both within Russia and abroad.
The exhibition at the Romanov Dvor business center presents the en plein airworks of Olga Osnach – an artist whose works are included in the collection of the State Russian Museum. “Having taken in our fill of Parisian air, we strive to share this with our compatriots!” says Olga Osnach, sharing her impressions from the vernissage.
The exhibition will continue through February 5 at Romanov Dvor. Address: Romanov Pereulok 4, building 2. Entry is free of charge.