These engravings combine reliable accuracy, documentary and splendor, elegance inherent in the Baroque era.In the collection of the Volgograd Museum of Fine Arts. I.I. Mashkov today concentrates outstanding works of Soviet art. At the new exhibition, viewers will see emblematic things of the post-revolutionary period: "Interrogation of Communists" by Boris Ioganson, "Execution of 26 Baku Commissars" by Isaac Brodsky, "Metrostroyevka" by Alexander Samokhvalov, portraits by Pyotr Konchalovsky, Georgy Ryazhsky, Alexander Gerasimov, landscapes by Alexander Rylov Ryauzov, Boris and Vasily Yakovlev, as well as the painting "Spring" by Tatyana Yablonskaya for the first time presented from the storerooms. "The Russian Museum. 125 Years ”includes exquisite engravings of the 13th century, among which are beautiful and spectacular sheets of Vinogradov-Makhaev's album" Avenue up the Neva River from the Admiralty and the Academy of Sciences ", sheets from the series" Collection of views of St. Petersburg and the surrounding area "by Karl Beggrov, works by Stepan Filippov, Andrey Ukhtomsky, Stepan Galaktionov, Ivan Telegin. These engravings combine reliable accuracy, documentary and splendor, elegance inherent in the Baroque era.