Explore the Pushkin Museum in Moscow

Explore the awe-inspiring Pushkin museum of fine arts, the largest museum of European art in Russia.

Duration : 60 mins     Max Size : 6     Destination : Russia  

Category : Global Readiness Programs     Recommended For : Individuals & Small Groups

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The Pushkin state museum of Fine Arts is the largest museum of European art in Moscow. The first educational art museum in Russia, the Pushkin art museum was opened to the public in 1912 by its founder Ivan Tsvetavev, an art history professor in the Moscow state university. The museum has been built on the lines of great Greco-Roman architectural marvels.

The Pushkin museum is a premier art museum which displays the great works of art from all over Europe. It is a treasure chest of inspiration for art lovers. With captivating artistic spectacles from around the world, the museum is a unique showcase of plaster copies of various ancient , medieval, renaissance art. Some of the most famous European works of art featured at the museum are displayed in the 19th and the 20th Century art galleries. The museum is also home to the most brilliant privately donated items of art by donors around the world.

 Although the museum bears artistic works by artists around the world, the most famous works of art are from the 17th century golden age of Dutch art and the renaissance era paintings by different European artists. Rembrandt is the star of the show. The spoils of the great city of Troy are among the most spectacular and sought-after attractions of the museum. Commonly known as the “Golden items”, the treasure features coins, jewellery, stone axes, bowls and other items found from an excavation site in Turkey which is believed to be the historical city of Troy. The Red Vineyard by Vincent Van Gogh, The Blue Dancers by Edgar Degas, The Ahasuerus and Haman at the feast of Esther by Rembrandt are some of the most famous works of art at the Pushkin Museum.

Whilst the Pushkin museum would traditionally take a whole day to cover, this 60 minute tour will give you an insight into the main pieces.

Your Presenter

  Elmira Akhmerova

Elmira Akhmerova is an art historian, researcher, writer and lecturer with 14 years of professional experience. The author of 6 articles, 2 books and 10 films about art history and a Member of the ICOM (International council of museums) and AIS (Russian Association of Art Critics) Elmira is attached to the Ministry of culture of Russian Federation (2019). She was a research assistant in Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts and State Tretyakov Gallery in Moscow. 

How it works

This is a small group tour which admits up to 6 people. Once you book this experience, we will send you a confirmation email with a link to join the session. All you need to do is click on the link on the said date and time. Please note that you do not have to download Zoom to access the session, and only need to follow the link on the date and time confirmed. You can access the session from your mobile, laptop or desktop.

What you need

You will need a stable internet connection and a mobile device (ideally a desktop or laptop) to stream the session.

Cancellation Policy

You can cancel and obtain a full refund for this session until 5 days before the date of the first session.

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