If you like art, especially oil paintings and sculptures, then really don't miss out here, there are many works of art. If there is enough time, it is recommended to take at least five hours to visit. I spent four hours broadly looking at it. I want to appreciate it carefully. It's not enough for a day. 300 rubles ticket, cost-effective, underground coats and bags, bathroom is also underground, a total of two exhibition areas, there are ancient Egyptian series, mummies, funerals, wearing accessories. There are paintings of different times in Europe with different styles. There are many types of sculptures, from the Parthenon Temple in ancient Greece to ancient Rome, ancient Egypt, native Russia, Jesus and so on. All in all, it's a highly recommended place.
The Pushkin Museum is Moscow's largest collection of foreign art. It displays thousands of famous paintings, sculptures and various works of art. Voice guides are also very detailed. After nearly three hours'tour here, we have learned that the changes in painting style from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance, as well as the characteristics of Baroque and Rococo styles, are worth visiting.
The greatest feature of Pushkin Museum of Art is its large number of famous imitations, such as the Goddess of Victory of the Louvre, the Code of Hamorabi and so on. Mao Zi's logic is probably true and false cultural relics are not important, learning historical and cultural knowledge is the key!
Originally passing by, I heard that Pushkin's name was named. I wanted to have a very artistic feeling, so I went in to see it. Sure enough, without disappointment, the museum's own buildings are of great ornamental value. The specifications of the exhibits in the collection are still very high. Both genuine and imitations are of great ornamental value.
It's really a stunning museum. It took three hours to browse it roughly. Ancient Greece, Egypt, Europe and so on. Although there are many imitations, but people benefit a lot! It is worth mentioning that Moscow primary school students'cultural education is very good, advocating free visits, the next generation is the foundation of the future!
The whole is very good! Although not the original work, the quality of the sculpture is still good, there are still a little more people, less will be better. There are also many paintings. You can have a rough look after them for two or three hours, which is worth recommending.
The Pushkin Fine Arts Museum Pushkin Museum is arguably Moscow's largest collection of foreign art. It was founded in 1898 and completed in 1912. The museum contains 543,000 works of art from ancient Egypt, Babylon to today. The building of this museum has a classical front, six columns and a gallery around it. There are more than 3,000 paintings by Italian, Dutch, Belgian, German, Spanish, British, French and American artists. Among them are Botticelli's "Presentation of Happiness", Rubens's "Dionysian Festival", Rembrandt's still life, Monet's "Breakfast on the Grassland", Degas's "Dancer in front of the Photographer", Van Gogh's "Prisoner in the Wind", Picasso's "Girl Standing on the Earth", Matisse's "Golden Lotus and "" Dance" murals" etc. In addition to oil paintings by foreign artists, there are exhibitions of ancient Egyptian relics, ancient Greek vases and Italian icons from the 8th to 15th centuries. Rodin's marble statue "Eve", Michelangelo's replica "David" and many other replicas of famous sculptures are also features of the museum. In memory of the great Russian poet Pushkin, the museum was named Pushkin Museum in 1937.
Buying tickets on the spot and saving bags, but the air-conditioning inside was too much to freeze us and we didn't have a good look.