Sketches of Nature at Romanov Dvor


An exhibition of the works of Peter Bezrukov, an artist whose works have been shown at numerous Russian and international exhibitions, will be opening next week at Romanov Dvor.

Peter Bezrukov specializes in natural landscapes. “At one time painting such sketches of nature were considered to be just for practice, training the eye. Claude Monet elevated this genre to a more serious level, but even he completed his works over the course of several sessions. I am one of those artists who completes a painting in one sitting. For me the most important thing is transmitting the mood, the sense which is associated with a certain combination of colors,” the artist explains.

The new exposition at the Romanov Dvor business center includes paintings from various artistic periods in Bezrukov’s life – both well-known works and recent endeavors.


Peter Bezrukov was born in Moscow in 1974. In 1991 he graduated from the Moscow Art School in 1998 from the Moscow State Academic Art Institute. At present he lives and works in Moscow. His works have regularly been exhibited since 1995, having participated in more than 50 exhibitions, including Russian and international projects, auctions and biennials. His works have been acquired for private collections and museums in Russia, Austria, Italy, France and the United States.


The concept of Romanov Dvor is business as an art. This is why the business center places such an emphasis on art expositions, which are updated every month.

The exhibition of Peter Bezrukov’s works opens August 14 and will continue through September 3 at the art gallery of Romanov Dvor (4/2 Romanov Pereulok). Entry is free of charge.