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Postcard dedicated to the Days of the Hermitage in Vladivostok

Postcard dedicated to the Days of the Hermitage in Vladivostok
Photo: Russian Post Press Service

The postcard was dedicated to the fifth anniversary event “The Days of the Hermitage in Vladivostok”. On the opening day of the exhibition, an artistic postcard was issued with the image of the painting "Landscape with Ruins" by the Italian artist of the eighteenth century Giovanni Paolo Panini.

According to the press service of the Russian Post, the painting itself was transferred by the State Hermitage to the stock collection of the Primorsky Picture Gallery in the 1930s. A special cancellation of the postcard was carried out by the director of the Primorsky Gallery Alena Datsenko, the regional minister of culture and archival affairs Elena Bronnikova, the head of the information products department of the State Hermitage Yekaterina Sharova and the deputy director of the Primorsky Krai Department of the Russian Post Vitaly Tulin. All put their signatures on postcards and an imprint of a special postmark "Days of the Hermitage in Vladivostok."

This year is a cultural event from 21st to 27th September. Visitors will be able to send limited edition postcards from the venue. On the opening day, a special photo zone of the Russian Post was organized, where guests can take memorable photos.

As noted by Elena Bronnikova, Minister of Culture and Archival Affairs of the Primorsky Territory, cooperation with the Russian Post allows you to acquaint people with a rare and valuable collection of art, thereby inviting a unique collection of the gallery to exhibitions.

According to Vitaly Tulin, deputy director of the Primorye Department of the Federal Security Service, the Post's participation in the Hermitage Days in Vladivostok project is an opportunity to bring masterpieces of art to every home through postal products. A postcard is the most popular format not only for congratulations, but also for composing a story about important events in people's lives.

Yekaterina Sharova, Head of the Information Products Department of the State Hermitage, noted the importance of the annual opening of the program with such a rare event as a special cancellation.

For the fifth year in a row in Vladivostok, the State Art Gallery has been carrying out a program of the State Hermitage and preparations for the creation of a satellite center for the museum. The Hermitage shares its technologies, exhibits, art history literature with visitors to the gallery in the Primorsky Territory.

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