Exit and exchange exhibitions of the museum:

Exit and exchange exhibitions of the museum:
 
Museum of Ceramics collections
 
“Russian Tea Party” - the exhibition introduces the culture of the Russian tea table from the end of the 18th century. to the present day. Presents sets, tea utensils of leading porcelain factories in Russia. 250 exhibits;
 
“Art of Gzhel” - the exhibition is dedicated to the original art of Gzhel throughout two centuries (majolica of the 18th century, porcelain and faience of the peasant factories of the 19th century, works of famous artists of our time). 200 exhibits;
 
“Porcelain of Private Plants of Russia” - the exhibition introduces the products of the most famous factories of Gardner, Popov, Batenin, Kornilovs, Kuznetsov, Gzhel, which vividly reflected the life of Russia from the end of the 18th century to the beginning. Twentieth centuries. 250 exhibits;
 
“Western European Porcelain of the 18th - 19th Centuries” - the exhibition introduces the rarest exhibits of one of the country's best collections of Western European porcelain. 200 exhibits;
 
“Masterpieces of Russian Glass” - the exhibition gives an idea of ​​the development of the art of glass from the first half of the 18th century to the present day. Presents products from engraved and colored glass, crystal Russian factories, works of contemporary artists. 200 exhibits;
 
"St. Petersburg - the birthplace of domestic porcelain" - the exhibition is dedicated to the art of the oldest porcelain enterprise in Russia - the Lomonosov Porcelain Factory (b. Imperial). Presented royal sets, palace vases, furnishings, sculpture XVIII - early. The twentieth centuries, agitation porcelain, the work of suprematists, "world artists", works of artists of the plant in recent years. 350 exhibits;
 
“Russian Feast” - the exhibition introduces the works of the Honored Artist of the Russian Federation, the head of the Leningrad School of Decorative and Applied Art B.A. Smirnov. The center of the exhibition is multi-subject compositions, united by the theme of the "Russian feast". 300 exhibits;
 
“Russian Art Porcelain” - the exhibition introduces the art of Russian porcelain from the mid-18th century to the present day. The unique and most characteristic products of the leading factories of our country, which reflected the history and life of Russia, are presented. 300 exhibits;
 
"Art Ceramics of Russia" - the exhibition presents ceramic centers with long-standing historical traditions (Gzhel, Skopin, Balkhara), as well as original works of the most famous contemporary artists of Moscow and St. Petersburg. 250 exhibits;
 
“Porcelain sets of Russian tsars of the XVIII - first half of the XIX century” (“Tables and sets of imperial Russia”) - the exhibition introduces the most famous sets created for the royal court at the Imperial Porcelain Factory and other enterprises. 90 exhibits;
- “Russian Avant-Garde” (“Soviet Porcelain of 1920-30s.”) - collection of Russian porcelain of 1920-1930. in the meeting of the MMC - one of the best in the country. The exhibition demonstrates the works of artists S.Chekhonin, N.Suetin, V.Kandinsky, who worked in the avant-garde directions of the new art: Suprematism, constructivism, and agitation porcelain. 250 exhibits.
 
Exhibition projects of the "Manor"
“The World of the Russian Manor” - A comprehensive art exhibition from the museum funds introduces the culture of the Russian manor. The exposition with the original design project reveals the themes of style and interior, taste and fashion, traditions and innovations, which are reflected in the world of Russian manor of the XVIII - XIX centuries. Interior compositions based on paintings and graphic works, decorative and portrait sculpture, samples of furniture, applied art and book publishing create an image of the estate artistic and everyday environment: elegance of the “living room”, chamber coziness of the “cabinet”, coquetry of the “boudoir”, festive solemnity of the “dining room” .
A separate topic is devoted to one of the symbols of the era of enlightenment - the theater of serf actors. More than 100 works;
“Portrait Gallery of Kuskovo Manor” - The exhibition introduces one of the most interesting phenomena of the cultural life of Russia in the 18th century - the estate portrait gallery of the Kuskovo museum, the former summer suburban amusement residence of the Sheremetev graphs. This is the first collection of portraits of "glorious persons" in Russia, founded in the middle of the 18th century by Count Peter B. Sheremetyev. The collection includes portraits of Russian tsars and emperors of the XVI - XVIII centuries, prominent military and state leaders, foreign monarchs, as well as portraits of the owners of the estate. A significant place in the collection is occupied by portraits of famous persons of the epoch of Peter I. The exhibition reflects the originality of the estate collection: it includes portraits made by Russian serf artists I. Argunov, V. Aravitsky, A. Shemaev and unknown masters copying early originals; works of famous Western European painters A. Roslin, F. Lippold, G. Schweichhardt. The unique collection, preserved almost completely, gives an idea not only about the artistic features of the Russian portrait of the XVIII century, but is also a peculiar monument of the epoch, “history in faces”. 50–70 works;

“Russian decorative and applied art of the 18th - 19th centuries.” - The samples of applied art presented at the exhibition: Russian artistic furniture, lighting devices, watches, bronze, wood and bone, works of artistic embroidery, beads, ceramics and glass are vividly reflected material culture and features of the artistic style of the era. 100 - 120 works;
“Sheremetev the First” - The exhibition is based on the museum’s stock materials and is dedicated to the “First Field Marshal” of Russia, the first Russian graph and the Maltese Cavalier, one of the owners of the Kuskovo estate, B.P.Sheremetev (1652-1719).
The exhibits - portraiture, graphics, furniture, works of decorative art and typography - are introduced into the culture of Peter the Great, introduced to the iconography of B.P. Sheremetev, talk about his court, diplomatic and military service, reveal the pages of his personal life. 100 - 150 works;
 
 
Mobile exhibitions on photographic materials
“The heir to fame of kin” (Count N.P. Sheremetev) - The exhibition is dedicated to one of the largest state, public and cultural figures of Russia of the XYIII century. The material of the photocopies of the exhibits from the collections of the MMC and the Kuskovo Estate of the XYIII Century tells about N.P. Sheremetev (1751-1809), a representative of an old noble family, his civil service and charity. Well-known and first-time exhibits, represent N.P. Sheremetev as a patron of arts, a collector of art collections, the owner of one of the best serf theaters in Russia. 30 photocopies (8 glass packs);
“Portrait Gallery of Kuskovo Manors” - A mobile version of the exhibition (see above) on photocopies of exhibits from the museum funds. 100 pieces on foam boards;
“The State Museum of Ceramics and the“ Kuskovo Estate of the 18th Century ”. For the 85th anniversary of the museum - Large-scale photographs give an idea of ​​one of the oldest museums in Moscow. Species images introduce into the world the “summer country entertainment residence” of the Sheremetev graphs with the uniquely preserved interiors of the Kuskovo Palace. Portrait replay introduces the owners of the estate Kuskovo. The compositions of porcelain and glass tell about the only specialized museum of ceramics in the country. 24 photos;
 
“Image and Form” (Russia - Germany: from the history of artistic ties) - The exhibition of works of the German art school from the museum collection reveals an important feature of the development of Russian art, in which there was a very significant influence of foreigners - both in the import of artistic products directly and in the works of German masters in Russia. The painting is mainly represented by portraits by renowned and lesser-known artists: I. Tannauer, H. Zeybold, Francard, F. Lippold, G. Schweichhardt, K. Christineck. This section also includes portraits of artists from other schools, depicting the sovereign and famous Germans in European history: Frederick the Great, the dukes of Mecklenburg-Schwerin, the Hesse-Homburg, Gottorbsk, Braunschweig, German princesses on the Russian throne, etc.
The exhibition will also introduce a small, but diverse in genres collection of German graphics, including engraved portraits, books, landscapes, an album of caricatures.
The exhibition will be complemented by works of art furniture from the museum collection and exquisite objects of decorative and applied art: ceramics, porcelain and glass. 100 works;
 “Portrait Gallery of Kuskovo Manor” - The exhibition introduces one of the most interesting phenomena of the cultural life of Russia in the 18th century - the estate portrait gallery of the Kuskovo museum, the former summer suburban amusement residence of the Sheremetev graphs.
This is the first collection of portraits of "glorious persons" in Russia, founded in the middle of the 18th century by Count Peter B. Sheremetyev.
The collection includes portraits of Russian tsars and emperors of the XVI - XVIII centuries, prominent military and state leaders, foreign monarchs, as well as portraits of the owners of the estate. A significant place in the collection is occupied by portraits of famous people of the era of Peter I.
The exhibition reflects the originality of the estate collection: it includes portraits made by Russian serf artists I. Argunov, V. Aravitsky, A. Shemaev and unknown masters who copy early originals; works of famous Western European painters A. Roslin, F. Lippold, G. Schweichhardt.
The unique collection, preserved almost completely, gives an idea not only about the artistic features of the Russian portrait of the XVIII century, but is also a peculiar monument of the epoch, “history in faces”.
A mobile version of the exhibition is offered on photocopies of exhibits from the museum funds. 100 pieces on foam boards.

 
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