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Georgia-Tbilisi Museums

THE MUSEUM FOR SOME IS ASSOCIATED WITH DUSTCOVERED EXHIBITS (WE HAVE EXPERIENCED TH IS TOO, SADLY); FOR OTHERS IT IS A FIELD OF RESEARCH; THERE ARE STILL OTHERS, HOWEVER, FOR WHOM THE MUSEUM IS AN AURA OF MYSTERY AND ELATION HANGING ROUND ITS COLLECTIONS. MUSEUMS WILL NEVER LOSE THEIR CURRENCY, IN ANY CASE. MUSEUM MANAGEMENT STANDARDS ARE BEING CONTINUALLY UPGRADED AND THE CONCEPTS OF EXHIBITIONS ARE TAILORED TO SUIT A  [ Read More ]

Hermitage History.part 4

Mid-twentieth century collaboration of that Hermitage with other museums of the Soviet Union, widely developed resulting, in fact, in joined organization of large temporary exhibitions in Moscow and Leningrad (The St. – Petersburg.) . Travelling exhibitions constituted of some reserve funds of the museum were demonstrated in a number of cities of the Russia. Connections of the Hermitage with foreign museums are steadily consolidating and growing, both with respect to  [ Read More ]

Georgian Fund of Culture

GEORGIAN FUND OF CULTURE THE LABORATORY FOR FIXATION OF GEORGIAN RELICS OF THE PAST AND HISTORICAL MONUMENTS. THE MONUMENTS OF THE ANTIQUITY ARE OFTEN CALLED MUTE WITNESSES OF THE PAST. LOOK, ARE THEY MUTE ?! THEY SPEAK, TALK, NARRATE. COLOUR HARMONY OF THE ICONS AND FRESCOES, AUSTERE OUTLINES OF THE FORTRESSES AND CHURCHES, THE WITNESSES OF THE MILLENIA IN SILVER, GOLD AND CERAMICS TELL OF THE SKILL AND THE PERFECTION  [ Read More ]

Virtual Tours of Museums

Virtual museums started in the 90s. Also called online, electronic, digital and web museums, they were initially very technically simple. Eventually, with the support of growing user interest, they evolved into the impressive and educational draws so many of them are today. One of the first virtual museums is  the Web Museum, Paris , created by Nicolas Pioch. Based on today’s standard’s Pioch’s virtual museum tour looks quite primitive in  [ Read More ]

Hermitage History.part 3

Hundreds of thousands of remarkable objects of art, and monuments of the history of culture added to the Hermitage collections during the Soviet period, not only supplemented and enlarged the old funds but provided for the possibility of creating new departments, devoted to the culture of primitive society, as well as to the history of culture and art of both Soviet and foreign countries of the East, and to the  [ Read More ]

Hermitage History.part 2

ln the first hall of the XIX century tlle most imnportant acquisitions were: empress Josephine’s gallery from hor Malmaison Castle near Paris (1815), severseveal collections olf Spanish pictures among them one oone of banker Goesvelt of Amsterdam (1815), the gallery of the Palazzo Barbarigo in Venice (1850), wherefrom come all the works by Titian, treasured in the Hermitage; also a number of pictures bought from the collection of king William  [ Read More ]

Hermitage History. Part 1

The State Hermitage is one of the most famous museums of the World. Its picture gallery acquired its world-wide fame for vast and various collections, as well as for the great number of prominent works of art it possesses among which there are some masterpieces of world-renown. It arose in the second half of the XVIII century being originally a private collection of Catherine II. The museum got its name  [ Read More ]

Hermitage History.pa

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