• 09.05.1945 - 20.06.2014

    Moscow Kremlin Museums in the second half of the XXth century

    The development of the museum in the second half of the XXth — early XXIth century

  • 29.06.2007 - 21.10.2007

    Icon painters of Tsar Michael Romanov

    The exhibition, placed in the in the One-Pillar Chamber of the Patriarch's Palace, is dedicated to the Russian school of icon painting of the XVIIth century. It presents obscure, newly restored outstanding icons and items of arts and crafts from the Kremlin Museums collection. We will see magnificent artworks, executed by the renowned icon painters of the Michael Fyodorovich Romanov’s workshop, i.e. Istoma Savin and his sons, Nikita Davidov, Marc Matveev and others.

  • 10.09.2007 - 18.11.2007

    The Tsars’ arsenal. Treasures of the Moscow Kremlin

    The first vast exhibition of the Moscow Kremlin Museums, organized in United Arab Emirates, represents the most magnificent and precious items of the museum's collection and funds - items of the Armoury Chamber, a world-wide known Russian treasure-house.

  • 19.09.2007 - 15.01.2008

    Russian silverware of the XVIIIth-XXth centuries from the Moscow Kremlin Museums collection

    The exhibition, organized in the Samara Regional Art Museum, represents over 140 masterpieces of the Russian goldsmithery of the XVIIIth-XXth centuries from the Moscow Kremlin Museums collection. The visitors will see various precious items by remarkable Moscow, St Petersburg and provincial makers of the renowned jeweller's firms. The modern articles, executed by the leading factories of our country, are worthy of particular attention.

  • 17.10.2007 - 13.01.2008

    Porcelain ware and ceramics of the Imperial Porcelain Factory from the collection of the State Hermitage Museum

    Outstanding porcelain artworks by makers, painters and sculptures of the Imperial Porcelain Factory are represented in the exhibition hall of the Assumption Belfry. Lots of them are exhibited in Moscow for the first time. The collection includes items related to the Imperial family of the Romanovs and reveals the preferences of the rulers and their fancy for art. The most noteworthy articles are snuff-boxes as customary attributes of high life in the middle of the XVIIIth century and component items of the personal porcelain service of Empress Elizabeth, executed in Baroque style.