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Museum of fine arts. Nevzorovykh

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East Kazakhstan regional Museum of fine arts named after Nevzorov's family, located in the city of Semey on Pushkin street is one of the largest collections of art treasures in Kazakhstan. The official opening of the Museum took place in 1985

In the creation of this cultural institution much of the credit belongs to its Director - T. Stromski, which collected pictures and books from all corners of the country. Currently the Museum collection is located in the architectural monument - the house of the famous Semipalatinsk merchant of the first Guild, F. Stepanova, built in 70-ies of XIX century Only the funds of the Museum of fine arts has more than 5 thousand valuable works of art. A large part of the Museum collection is the collection of the Nevzorovs, in whose honor and was named the Museum.

In 1988 Nevzorova (Yuliy Vladimirovich, his wife Antonina and daughter Julia) donated to the Museum 569 of works of Soviet, Russian and foreign art. A large collection of Russian graphics and painting of the end of the second half of XVIII - first half of XX century was exhibited in 15 cities of the Soviet Union. Yuli Nevzorov received the collection from his father and grandfather and had enlarged it.

In the exhibition of the East Kazakhstan regional Museum of fine arts named after Nevzorov's family are exhibited creations of such famous artists of the landscape as A. Kuindzhi, I. Shishkin, K. Korovin, F. Vasilyev, A. Kiselev, I. Levitan, A. Savrasov, I. Ostroukhov, T. Dvornikov, M. Ivanov, M. Aladzhalov, S. Shchedrin, V. Zhukovsky, F. Alekseev, M. Lebedev, and others. The attention of visitors drawn by the works of V. Tropinin, mokritskiy, K. Briullov, A. Venetsianov, I. Kramskoy, E. Krendovsky, I. Khrutsky, V. Makovsky, N. Bogdanov-Belsky. In addition to the rich collection of Russian painting, the Museum presents a large collection of works of foreign art: prints and paintings by English, French and Dutch masters of the XVII—XIX centuries, were acquired in private collections or donated from the State Museum of fine arts named after A. Pushkin.