The exposition features Russian art starting with old icons, portraits of sovereigns, beautiful landscapes and even some porcelain (i was amused to see some soviet propaganda dishes). However, the permanent collection, located upstairs isn't too exhaustive and can be seen in about an hour or a bit more. Just as impressive as the paintings were also some of the museum... 更多
I went here for the first time of my last visit to Kiev. I an not a big art buff!! But I did enjoy seeing all the Russian art on display here. Some of the staff was also very helpful to explain some of the history of the art and the painters!! You can enjoy most everything there in around... 更多
If you are interested in and know something about Russian art, particularly of the 19th-20th centuries, this is a great place to see. It pales, of course, next to the Tret'iakov or the Russian Museum, but it is a nice introduction with some fine pieces. Most of it belonged to the family that lived in this mansion before the Revolution.... 更多
difficult to find (near the Taras Shevchenko Park) and few strange rules inside, but it's worth to visit, especially if you like Russian art of 19-20 th century. Opened only 3 days a week, check before you want to go.
Visited Kiev National Museum of Russian Art on 22 July 2015. This place is closed on Mondays and Thursdays and is located on a street across park from Taras Shevchenko University. Like many such museums in Kiev, you have to know where you are going to find it. I am a fan of Ivan Shishkin and if there had been... 更多
I liked this museum. But they need to get rid of the babuskas here. One told me I had to take off my backpack and carry it! How is that going to keep me from stealing something? Wouldn't it be more difficult to put a painting in my bag when it's on my back, as opposed to carrying it? In... 更多
Sadly, this collection of some quite interesting paintings and other items is in a very poor state! There is no... 更多