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Russian children from different countries created drawings for fairy tales

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Russian children from different countries created drawings for fairy tales


12.01.2021

Photo credit: crsc.fr

An exhibition of works by young artists opened on Tuesday, January 12, in the French capital. The exposition is located in the representative office of Rossotrudnichestvo, the agency's website reports. It was organized with the assistance of the All for Kungur Association.

The exhibition entitled "My New Year's and Christmas Tale" brings together the works of young talents not only from among Russian compatriots living in France, but also by novice artists from various regions of Russia. They were joined by adopted Russian children from Great Britain, Spain, Ireland, Italy, USA and Sweden.

Each artist could choose his favorite fairy tale and present his most magical impressions in illustrations.

According to the organizers of the exposition, the exhibition strikes with a variety of cultures. One can easily recognize Bulgarian, Dutch, Danish, Irish, Spanish, Finnish, Canadian, German, Russian and American fairy tales in the drawings.

Many artists have chosen the works of Charles Perrault and Antoine de Saint-Exupery as the subject of their works.

This unique project took place thanks to cooperation with French schools and centers for helping children left without care, cultural and health centers in the Perm region.

The organizers received more than 700 drawings, of which 120 works were included in the exhibition.

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