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The rare drawings of Benoit, Vrubel and Serov were seen by the visitors of "Nights of the Arts" in Khabarovsk
The rarest drawings of scenery and costumes, which were created by Alexander Benois, Mikhail Vrubel, Valentin Serov and other eminent masters, were brought to Khabarovsk. As reported by Vostok-Media agency, visitors to the Night of Arts at the Far Eastern Art Museum could get acquainted with them. The project "From the Silver Age to the Avant-garde" was created by Moscow art critics of the Bakhrushin Theater Museum.
The stage designer has appeared in Russian theater since the beginning of the XNUMXth century, when Konstantin Stanislavsky began to reform it. Professional artists began to work on the performances. Through the actor's costume, the audience had to understand the character of the character and the time in which the action takes place. All parts of the costumes were signed on the sketches, they painted how the dress should be cut. As part of the "Night of the Arts" visitors, inspired by the work of the classics, could make their own sketches of costumes.
As another entertainment for them, master classes were organized on creating Nanai dolls and painting carpets. People explained the symbolism of the peoples of the Amur region, which pervades all their art. “When there was no paper, the national doll“ akoan ”was made of fish skin. The leather was dried, glued to birch bark or simply glued together. The word "akoan" itself means the back of the robe. The girl should not have any sleeves, her arms should not be visible, since the girl is modest. If this doll is a boy, then the "akoan" should have hands, this symbolized that the man is a hunter, catches fish, gets food. Both men and women had long hair, the boy had one braid on the dolls, and the girl had two, ”said Margarita Nefedieva, an employee of the Far Eastern Art Museum.