Tretyakov National Gallery

Has an amazing collection of Russian art, including a very extensive collection of icons done by Andrey Rublev (who is mostly known in the West from eponymous movie of Tarkovsky). Tretyakovka has a great collection of XVIII century portraits as well.​ From time to time it opens up its vaults and draws more treasures out for temporarily exhibitions. Open 10.00 - 18.00 Tue-Sun. 
Andrei Rublev's  Archangel Michael (app. 1410) in Tretyakov National Gallery in Moscow


Tretyakov Gallery
10, Lavrushinsky pereulok metro Tretyakovskaya
Phone: +7 499 230-77-88


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