Early 19th century
The film presents works of Ivan Aivazovsky, a world-known Russian painter who was the artist of the Chief Naval Headquarters.
Multimedia program combines about 500 works of Russian artists who worked in Italy and of Italian masters who left their trace in Russian art, including those who contrib¬uted greatly to the architectural image of the Russian Museum palaces.
The virtual tour is based on the temporary exhibition of the Russian Museum "You're lovely, dearie, in any attire" (5 March - 12 May, 2014).
The program brings together festive folk costumes belonged to the inhabitants of European Russia - from Arkhangelsk to Voronezh, from Pskov to Nizhny Novgorod, as well as paintings from the museum's collection. The program enables you to explore the costumes in details thanks to high-accuracy photography and to get more information about each of them.
Multimedia program «Artists of Estonia in Russia, Russian Artists in Estonia» is the first project aimed is identifying and presenting works of the 18th and 19th century painters associated with the national art school of the Republic of Estonian that are stored in the collections of the Russian Museum.
In interactive game kids are offered traditional for quest games tasks and original mini-games, that were developed on the base of masterpieces of Russian artists of 18-20th centuries. In the program there are 30 paintings published (L. Laravak, V. Borovikovskiy, F. Rokotov, K. Savitskiy, K. Petrov-Vodkin etc.), on which the coevals of the players are depicted.
Tasks requesting guessing the parts of a parting, music assistance and acquaintance with games of the past are also composed with consideration of players' age. All the paintings are provided with description. The program is perfected with original music.
This program includes 400 hundreds artworks of different types from permanent exposition of Russian museum: folk art, graphic, sculpture, oil painting etc.
Biblical themes are eternal for worlds history of art, Russian artists often depicted events from Old and New Testaments. This film tells us about history of Russian Christianity through the works of Russian artists
This film will guide you to the halls of the State Russian museum.
This film tells about life and work of one of the most fascinating and richly talented artists of Russia. He was born in poor armenian family in the town of Feodosiya (the Crimea). His talent earned him a great popularity all over the World.
This documentary film tells about creation of the main building of The State Russian museum - The Mikhailovsky Palace.
The Art collection of the State Russian museum has developed through many phases and expansions. This collection has been forming since the opening of the State Russian museum in 1898
In March 1998 the centenary of the State Russian Museum – the first state museum of Russia containing the national art collection – was celebrated. This program represents the outstanding works of national painting, graphics and sculpture, it the history of the museum and its collections and shows the palaces belonging to the united museum complex.
Divisions: “Masterpieces”, “The Mikhailovsky Palace”, “The Marble Palace”, “The Stroganov Palace”, “The St.Michael’s Castle”, “History in Photographs” and “Jubilee Celebrations”
View all events and lectures in the Multimedia Cinema
A Woman in Russian Art: a Muse, Model, Artist. A Lecture
С. С. Ершова06 March 2018
Naval battles on the canvases of Ivan Aivazovsky. A Lecture
А.В. Прозорова, О.К. Цехановская21 February 2017
Ivan Aivazovsky - the artist of the Chief Naval Headquaters. A Lecture
А.В. Прозорова, О.К. Цехановская07 February 2017
Лекция «Украшения как часть народного костюма»
М.А. Сорокина, Н.О. Крестовская, Н.И. Ковалева06 October 2015
Лекция «Платки и шали в русском народном костюме»
М.А. Сорокина, Н.О. Крестовская, Н.И. Ковалева20 March 2015
Лекция «Женский народный костюм»
М.А. Сорокина, Н.О. Крестовская, Н.И. Ковалева25 December 2014
Лекция «Явление примитива в русском искусстве XVIII - первой половины XIX вв.»
А.В. Прозорова19 March 2013