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SPIBA invites you to visit one of the main exhibitions of the year ‒ "ARS VIVENDI. Frans Sneijders and the Flemish still life of the XVII century", in the Nikolaevsky Hall of the Winter Palace (Hall No. 191).

The State Hermitage Museum presents a large-scale exhibition project combining more than 70 paintings by Flemish masters of still life and animal painting from the heyday of Flemish art in the XVII century. Of these, 45 paintings are from the collection of the State Hermitage Museum and fifteen are from the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts.

The exhibited works reflect the main stages of the development of Flemish still life as an independent genre, the variety of its types, as well as the polyphony of individual author's manners. The exhibition immerses the viewer into the world of Baroque Flemish art, filled with exotic rarities, luxurious bouquets, flower garlands, hunting trophies.

Date: July 23rd, Tuesday

Time: 17:30 – 19:30

Address: Palace Square, 2

Ticket price: 600 rubles

Jul 23, 2024

17:30 - 19:30 GMT+3

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Winter Palace, Nikolaevsky Hall (Hall No. 191)
Palace Square, 2
St. Petersburg, Russian Federation

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Ticket to the exhibition

The ticket includes access to the exhibition and an excursion.