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Tretyakov Gallery , {CATEGORY}

This collection of masterpieces awes both newcomers to Russian art and connoisseurs. Started by the Tretyakov brothers, merchant philanthropists in the 1800s, the gallery was Russia's first public art museum. The brothers' collections are a big part of it, but many works were nationalized from private collections by the Soviets. The museum is the premier repository of Russian art, starting with the earliest Orthodox icons, which date from Russia's conversion in the 9th century. It then traces the country's history through the naturalism of the 19th century, the Art Nouveau works of Mikhail Vrubel, and the 20th-century avant-garde works of Malevich and Kandinsky. Seek out Ilya Repin's heart-wrenching portrait of Ivan the Terrible ripped by remorse after slaying his son in a rage, and underrated talents such as the eerie Impressionist Arkhip Kuindzhi. Several artists represented had only a casual relation to Russia, but that doesn't diminish their artistic value. Much improved by a lengthy renovation, the Tretyakov reopened in 1995 with a visitor-friendly layout and increased services for non-Russian speakers. Viewing the museum chronologically makes the most sense, though it requires one clumsy detour to view the earliest icons on the second floor. The English audioguide is good if you're on your own. Allow a full morning or afternoon for this one. The pedestrian street in front is ideal for strolling, and the adjacent restaurant is a treasure of Russian cuisine, though it's often full.

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Address: 10 Lavrushinsky Pereulok, Moscow

City: Moscow

Country: Russia

Phone 1: +7 495 230-7788

Opening hours: Tues-Sun 10am-7:30pm

Entrance fee: Admission $10 (£5) adults, $6 (£3) students and children over 7. Audioguide $10 (£5). Small group tours in English $35 (£18) plus admission

Access by subway: Metro Tretyakovskaya or Novokuznetskaya

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Tretyakov Gallery , {CATEGORY}

This collection of masterpieces awes both newcomers to Russian art and connoisseurs. Started by the Tretyakov brothers, merchant philanthropists in the 1800s, the gallery was Russia's first public art museum. The brothers' collections are a big part of it, but many works were nationalized from private collections by the Soviets. The museum is the premier repository of Russian art, starting with the earliest Orthodox icons, which date from Russia's conversion in the 9th century. It then traces the country's history through the naturalism of the 19th century, the Art Nouveau works of Mikhail Vrubel, and the 20th-century avant-garde works of Malevich and Kandinsky. Seek out Ilya Repin's heart-wrenching portrait of Ivan the Terrible ripped by remorse after slaying his son in a rage, and underrated talents such as the eerie Impressionist Arkhip Kuindzhi. Several artists represented had only a casual relation to Russia, but that doesn't diminish their artistic value. Much improved by a lengthy renovation, the Tretyakov reopened in 1995 with a visitor-friendly layout and increased services for non-Russian speakers. Viewing the museum chronologically makes the most sense, though it requires one clumsy detour to view the earliest icons on the second floor. The English audioguide is good if you're on your own. Allow a full morning or afternoon for this one. The pedestrian street in front is ideal for strolling, and the adjacent restaurant is a treasure of Russian cuisine, though it's often full.

Tretyakov Gallery , {CATEGORY}

This collection of masterpieces awes both newcomers to Russian art and connoisseurs. Started by the Tretyakov brothers, merchant philanthropists in the 1800s, the gallery was Russia's first public art museum. The brothers' collections are a big part of it, but many works were nationalized from private collections by the Soviets. The museum is the premier repository of Russian art, starting with the earliest Orthodox icons, which date from Russia's conversion in the 9th century. It then traces the country's history through the naturalism of the 19th century, the Art Nouveau works of Mikhail Vrubel, and the 20th-century avant-garde works of Malevich and Kandinsky. Seek out Ilya Repin's heart-wrenching portrait of Ivan the Terrible ripped by remorse after slaying his son in a rage, and underrated talents such as the eerie Impressionist Arkhip Kuindzhi. Several artists represented had only a casual relation to Russia, but that doesn't diminish their artistic value. Much improved by a lengthy renovation, the Tretyakov reopened in 1995 with a visitor-friendly layout and increased services for non-Russian speakers. Viewing the museum chronologically makes the most sense, though it requires one clumsy detour to view the earliest icons on the second floor. The English audioguide is good if you're on your own. Allow a full morning or afternoon for this one. The pedestrian street in front is ideal for strolling, and the adjacent restaurant is a treasure of Russian cuisine, though it's often full.

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