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Famous actors and musicians recorded Impressionist exhibition audio guide for Pushkin Museum

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Famous actors and musicians recorded Impressionist exhibition audio guide for Pushkin Museum


20.04.2017

The Pushkin State Museum of Fine ArtsFamous Russian actors and musicians took part in recording of the audioguide for the Impressionist masterpieces collection in possession of The Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts, RIA Novosti Reports.

Among the participants are famous TV host Ivan Urgant, pop star Polina Gagarina, rock singer Sergey Shnurov, ballet dancer and actor Ilze Liepa, and others. They have voiced descriptions of Van Gogh, Henri Matisse, Pierre Renoir, Claude Monet, Edgar Degas, Paul Cezanne.

In addition to the audio guide, the museum issued a virtual tour for halls of 19th and beginning of 20th centuries art. For this tour one should wear a special cyber helmet.

The Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts Impressionistsacquisitionis thought to be one of the bestcollectionsin the world. Thus, the audioguide will serve locals as well as guests of our country.

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