Artwork Type:
Eastern Europe
Country:
Russia

Exhibition: Henryk Siemiradzki paintings in Serpukhov

Crown Fine Art Russia moved 34 Siemiradzki masterpieces to an exhibition in Serpukhov, located just outside Moscow. A specialist team crated, packed and delivered the works from the classic Polish artist.

Siemiradzki’s work is inspired by the masters of the Italian renaissance. They display a passionate understanding of the masterpieces of the period. Being fascinated by the ancient world, most of Siemiradzki’s works depict the early Roman Empire. Portraying a more refined aesthetic, many of his paintings show the beauty of classical architecture, from ancient temples to palaces…

Crown Fine Art Russia moved 34 Siemiradzki masterpieces to an exhibition in Serpukhov, located just outside Moscow. A specialist team crated, packed and delivered the works from the classic Polish artist.

Siemiradzki’s work is inspired by the masters of the Italian renaissance. They display a passionate understanding of the masterpieces of the period. Being fascinated by the ancient world, most of Siemiradzki’s works depict the early Roman Empire. Portraying a more refined aesthetic, many of his paintings show the beauty of classical architecture, from ancient temples to palaces.
 
Siemiradzki earned recognition in Europe, drawing inspiration from his homeland of Poland and Italy. This placed his works in some of the most desirable locations around Europe. The pieces collected for the exhibit were from some of the biggest state museums in the country. Tretyakov Gallery (Moscow) and Russky Museum (St Petersburg) to name just two. Dedicated art handlers were responsible in delivering them to the old Museum building in Serpukhov and installing them in their temporary new home.
 
Due to the size of some paintings customized crates were made to pack and transport the delicate works. “The Sword Dance” measures 120cm by 225cm, a truly tremendous size requiring personalized care.
 
 
The Governor of Serpukhov and Moscow’s Minister of Culture opened the exhibit that was patronized by Moscow’s Governor. Museum management and top curators, from the biggest state museums of Russia, praised the quality of our work. They shared their hopes to partner with Crown for future projects.
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