The Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts is a museum complex that is currently in possession of the largest world art collections in Russia. Today, around 700,000 art works from different epochs are present in the Pushkin museum's collection ranging from Ancient Egypt and Greece up until the beginning of XXI century. The assemblage of XIX-XX century French art is most exceptional in the museum and one of the most distinguished ones in the world. The Pushkin State Museum of Fine Art attempts to engage modernity and classic art works in a mutual dialogue, as well as offer its original perception on widely recognized art pieces.


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Engraving in Russia in 18th and Early 19th Centuries

Restoration of Egyptian burial shroud. II-nd c. AD.

Gallery of 19th and 20th century European and American Art

Japanese prints of the 18th-19th century

Museum Quarter

Department of Private Collections

German Prints: Albrecht Dürer and his Teachers

Patrons of the New Art

Coins And Medals Department

Ivan Tsvetaev Educational Art Museum at Russian State University for the Humanities

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Official online shop

Museum Restoration and Conservation Department

Sviatoslav Richter Memorial Apartment

Виртуальные прогулки по музею

Museyon Center for Aesthetic Education

Italian Painting in 8th-20th centuries

Технология виртуальной реальности VR

18th-19th Century British Engraving

Masterpieces of Ancient Art

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