It demonstrates replications of impressionist painters from the collection of the Morozov brothers.
The exhibition is situated on one of the floors of the administrative building and is accessible to anyone interested at any time.
Experts from the Pushkin museum once again played the key role in preparing the Unipro exhibition by rendering assistance in selecting the brightest and most distinctive fifteen paintings from the so-called ‘French part’ of collections out of over 200 masterpieces of impressionist painters owned by the Morozov family now demonstrated at the museum. Replications of Monet, Renoir, Cezanne and Gaugin paintings are among them. Such selection was accounted for by the fact that the large-scale Brother Ivan. Collections of Mikhail and Ivan Morozovs exhibition was opened at the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts itself in June this year.
It is the fifth exhibition held as part of the Art for All educational project for Unipro employees. The goal of the project, existing since 2019, is to promote interest in fine arts and promote cultural education not only at Unipro branches but also in the regions of the company’s operation, as after each exhibition has been finished, replications are handed over to local cultural and educational institutions, where they continue to serve their purpose of enlightenment.
For example, the previous exhibitions of German and Dutch painters were given as a gift to the children’s school of arts in Yaiva and will then be handed over to young painters of Alexandrovsk.