Vasily Vereshchagin was a famous Russian painter, writer, soldier, traveller, artist who wrote the war, and fervently hated her.
It is noteworthy that for this exhibition United two museums: the state picture gallery of Primorye and the far Eastern art Museum. Prior to this, in April-may, to see the works of Vasily Vereshchagin was in Vladivostok, and here, the exhibition moved to Khabarovsk. Presented at the exhibition are twelve picturesque sketches refer mainly to the Turkestan series, the most ruthless and overwhelming.
Besides the work of Vereshchagin, the exhibition presents objects of decorative art and weapons of the 19th century from the collection of far Eastern art Museum.