By Laman Ismayilova
Azerbaijan National Art Museum has opened a virtual exhibition "Unlimited".
The exhibition displays art works by students of boarding school No 5 and Baku Rehabilitation Center for visually impaired minors.
The project features art works created during master classes led by professor at Tbilisi State Academy of Arts Georgi Guramovich Guraspashvilli held at the National Art Museum as part of international seminar "Art without Borders" in 2019.
The art works by young talents were highly appreciated by art lovers.
The virtual exhibition is available on the museum's Facebook.
Founded in 1937, the National Art Museum consists of two buildings standing next to each other.
Over 3,000 items in 60 rooms are on permanent display at the museum. Moreover, about 12,000 items are kept in storage.
Art connoisseurs have a chance to enjoy the best examples of decorative-applied arts of Western Europe.
Art works of Italian, French, German and Polish painters are displayed at the museum.
The second edifice built in 1885 houses Eastern art, represented particularly by Persian, Turkish, Chinese and Japanese art.
Russian art is represented by paintings of Karl Briullov, Alexey Venetsianov, Vasily Vereshchagin, Isaac Levitan, Vladimir Makovsky, Valentin Serov, Vladimir Borovikovsky, Vasily Tropinin, Konstantin Korovin and Ivan Shishkin. There are also restored samples of Russian avant-garde.
The works of Azerbaijani artists Mir Mohsun Navvab, Bahruz Kangarli, Tahir Salahov, Azim Azimzade, Salam Salamzade, Vidadi Narimanbeyov, Mikail Abdullayev, Togrul Narimanbeyov and sculptor Omar Eldarov are also kept in the museum halls.
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