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Destination: Uzbekistan
Last updated: 07 Jan 2017

Museum of Fine Arts, Tashkent, Uzbekistan

The Art Museum in Tashkent, a remarkable cubic building made of stain and glass, was established in 1918, under the first University founded in Tashkent by a huge group of Russian scientists and teachers. In the following years it gained collections of other museums as well as private individuals and created a huge collection of arts, paintings and sculptures. Nowadays it exhibits masterpieces of famous Russian, West European and Central Asian artists, for example, V. Borovikovsky, V. Tropinin, K. Briullov, N. Jaroshenko, Repin and others. The museum was able to aquire from private collections about 250 paintings by pre-revolutionary artists who created their works in Central Asia, for example, I. Kazakova, N. Karazin, R. Sommer.
Exhibits in Tashkent Art Museum
Exhibits in Tashkent Art Museum

Works of local artists, Tashkent Art Museum
Works of local artists, Tashkent Art Museum
Abul Kosim Madrassah
Bolshoi Opera and Ballet Theater named after Alisher Navoi
Chorsu Bazaar
Hazrat Imam (Hast Imam) Complex
Istiklol Palace (former Palace of Peoples' Friendship)
Japanese Cemetery in Tashkent
Master-Apprentice Pottery School of Akbar and Alisher Rakhimov
Museum of Amir Timur (Tamerlane)
Museum of Applied Art
Museum of History of Uzbekistan
Park of Alisher Navoi
Suzani Souvenir and Gift Shop
Tashkent Metro