Ryazan Fine Arts Museum named after I.P. Pozhalostin
The museum is one of the oldest museums in Russia. Its collection includes over ten thousand original works of native and Western European
representatives of different artistic forms and genres of the XV-XX centuries.
The colourful world of folk art comes to life in the works of Ryazan handicraft artists.
The very building that houses the museum is an architectural monument of the school of an outstanding architect Matvei Kazakov. The masterpiece belongs to Russian Classicism of the late XVIII — early XIX centuries.
The museum’s branches:
The Gallery “Viktor Ivanov and Ryazan Soil"; I.P. Pozhalostin’s House Museum, the Child Art Gallery.
Ryazan, Svobody st., 57
Tel.: (4912) 44-18-83