The exhibition features sixty-three exhibits that reveal the diversity of activities of Kremlin workshops in the 17th century and reflect the uniqueness, memorial value and stylistic richness of the collection of the Moscow Kremlin Museums.
Unique monuments from the collection of the Moscow Kremlin Museums acquain visitors with the diverse activities of the Kremlin workshops, covering almost all aspects of the life of the tsar’s court. The exposition consists of several sections devoted to individual workshops. Such a division helps to reveal the features of each of the workshops, and at the same time to show the active interaction between them, manifested in the joint cooperation of masters of various specialties. In the XVII century, art ceases to be anonymous. Thanks to documentary sources and subscription works, the names of many masters who worked in the Kremlin workshops are known.