Old Masters from the State Hermitage Museum

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The largest art museum in Russia and one of the oldest museums in the world, St Petersburg's State Hermitage was founded in 1764 by Catherine The Great and now occupies six buildings and houses 350 exhibition halls. It's home to an astonishing three million pieces of art – ranging from the prehistoric and ancient Egyptian to Renaissance and Russian collections – and includes masterpieces by Degas, Renoir and Van Gogh. This excursion to the Mori Arts Center Gallery sees works by Lucas Cranach the Elder, Titian, Pieter de Hooch and other 'old masters' make the trip, resulting in both a prime promotional opportunity for the Hermitage and a noteworthy exhibition in its own right.


Event website: http://hermitage2017.jp
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