Art Museum of Byalynitsky-Birulya in Mogilev

Art Museum of Byalynitsky-Birulya in Mogilev


Leninskaja str 37, Mogilev

The museum of the artist was opened in the monument of architecture of the XVII century, in the stone two-storey manor with a mansard in Mogilev. In May 1780 this manor as the best existent 2-storey house in the city was given to the Austrian Emperor Joseph II to organize a meeting with Catherine II. From 1815 til 1917 the Assembly of the Nobility of Mogilev owned this building. In 1918 the building was given to the newly created Central City Library named after Karl Marx. The building was partially destroyed during World War II. In 1970 it was reconstructed, the 3rd floor and the roof were built.

In the memorial part of the museum there are works of close friends of V. Byalynitsky-Birulya: portrait of the artist's mother painted in 1894 by N. Ulyanov; painting "Friends" by A. Korin which depicts Lyuba, the daughter of Byalynitsky-Birulya, sitting on the couch with her dog; portraits of V. Byalynitsky-Birulya painted by A. Moravov (1908), M. Zaitsev (1922), F. Modorov; landscapes depicting the house-studio and Udomlya lake.

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