«There exist many painterly manners. However, it is not the manner that matters, but the ability to see beauty» (Alexei Savrasov, the painter)

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Valery Strakhov’s paintings exhibited in Moscow Kremlin
07.09.2006 — 29.09.2006

7 to 29 September 2006, Valery Strakhov, Honorary Artist of Russia and member of the Academy of Arts, had his one-man show in the venue of the President’s Administration in Kremlin, Moscow.

The fifty paintings of the exposition were meant to sum up the painter’s twenty years of work. They were landscapes of the Russian North – Vologda, Totma, Ust-Pechenga, the Valaam Monastery.

The opening of the exhibit was attended by representatives of Vologda community in Moscow, officials of the President’s Administration, members of the State Duma, artists, art historians as well as connoisseurs and admirers of Valery Strakhov’s art. Those who spoke marked the importance of such an exhibition and the high quality of the paintings.