The Russian Museum is showcasing the creme de la creme of Russian Art from the early Russian icons to early 20th century paintings. Displayed at Mikhailovsky Palace are excellent Russian icons, including some by Andrey Rublyov, portraits by Rokotov, Levitsky, Borovikovsky and Shubin, works by Brullov, Bruni and Ivanov, seascapes by Aivazovsky, historical paintings and portraits by Surikov and Repin, landscapes by Kuingi and Levitan, paintings by Vasnetsov, Korovin, Vrubel, Nesterov, Benois, Somov, Dobuzhinsky, Bakst, Serov, sculptures by Trubetskoy, Grabar, Serebryakova, Kustodiev, Rerikh and many others. It is a good idea to see it all with a guide, who will give you more background information on artists and their works.
The tour will take 2-3 hours
The Russian Museum
Aivasovsky “The Nineth Wave”
Karl Brullov “The Last Day of Pompeii”