Exhibition of paintings by the Dresden Gallery. (1955)

Footage №15364, 1 part, duration: 0:12:19, black-white
Production: CSDF (RCSDF)
Camera operators:Levitan A.

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City of Moscow. Exhibition of paintings by the Dresden Gallery, rescued by the Soviet army during the fighting in Germany in May 1945, at the Museum of Fine Arts. Pushkin. The appearance of the building of the Museum of Fine Arts. Pushkin. At the opening of the exhibition are: Minister of Culture of the USSR NA Mikhailov, deputy prime minister of the GDR, Hans Loch, vice president of the Academy of Arts of the GDR, Otto Nagel. N. Mikhailov, cuts the ribbon. Present: Soviet Defense Minister, Marshal Georgy Zhukov, Chinese lawyers. Paintings on display at the exhibition: Italian Renaissance painting, Dutch painting, Flemish painting, Spanish painting, French Painting, German Painting. Raphael's "Sistine Madonna",

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Locations: Moscow [820]

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