The exposition of works of Heinrich Semiradsky, Orest Kiprensky, Alexey Venetsianov and Karl Bryullov from the collection of the State Russian Museum comes to a close in Satka.

To recap, this year, a series of Thank You, Ural! exhibitions organized by the Russian Museum is devoted to the celebration of the 70th anniversary of victory in the Great Patriotic War and is united by a common theme of expressing gratitude to the Ural people for their contribution to the Great Victory and preservation of the treasures of art evacuated from blockaded Leningrad during the war.

The exhibitions were held in Chelyabinsk, Satka and Magnitogorsk. The spectators could see 93 works of Russian artists.

Thanks to the cooperation of Sobranie Fund and the State Russian Museum, Satka – a small Ural town – has already become a traditional site for the display of the best Russian works of art away from the main cultural centres. The exhibitions and the associated educational programs are popular among various audiences from school children to adults. In the framework of the current exhibition, more than 400 group excursions and lectures about the life and work of famous painters were held.