On Wednesday, March 15, the exhibition “The Universe of Tobias Werhacht” opened in the eastern tower of the Imperial Palace in Tver. The main exhibit was a work called “Mountain Landscape with a River and Genre Scenes”, which was written at the turn of the XVI-XVII centuries. This painting was exhibited for the first time after restoration. Residents and guests of the regional center can visit the exhibition until March 16.
The legacy of the great Flemish artist includes more than three dozen paintings. You can see them in museums and galleries around the world. Including, at the Louvre, the Hermitage and the Alte Pinakothek. In addition, his works are available at the Tver Regional Art Gallery.
“Today, the Tver Art Gallery is developing as a world-class modern museum center, using new forms of work and making an important contribution to the initiation of our young people into art,” said Governor Igor Rudenya.
The exhibit is also available with stories about the painting’s restoration process. Information stands will allow guests to learn about the secret messages that the artist has left in his work. The tour will be interesting for people of all ages.
Photo: Christina Belyakova Photo: Christina Belyakova Photo: Christina Belyakova Photo: Christina Belyakova Photo: Christina Belyakova
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