Museum named after Surikov V. I. Decorative and Applied Arts

Concentration of works of decorative art of different eras and peoples, where the special place is occupied by the works of the masters of the region.

The history of creation

The Department of Decorative and Applied Arts, located today at No. 68 on the street of the newspaper "Krasnoyarsk Worker", is a branch of the Surikov Museum. Initially in this room in 1958 the main exposition of the museum was located, which, at that time, was called the Krasnoyarsk Regional Art Gallery. However, in 1982 and 1983, the museum received two new premises in the center of the city, which eventually allowed the formation of the exposition of the applied art.

Museum collections

Collections of the museum give an idea of ​​the peculiarities of applied art in various regions of Russia.

Exhibits of Russian art: Gzhel porcelain, Khokhloma and Gorodets painting on wood, wooden products of Polhov-Maydanskaya painting, skopinskaya ceramics, Dymkovo and Filimonovskaya clay toy, Kaslin cast iron, Zlatoust engraving on steel.

Art porcelain author's works of artists from the Leningrad and Moscow schools of porcelain of the 60-80-ies.

The domestic art glass of the 60s-80s is represented by the works of Moscow, Leningrad, Krasnoyarsk masters of glassmaking.

The collection of tapestries is represented by the works of Moscow, Georgian, Baltic, Ural and Siberian textile workers.

Works of jewelry art are represented by Petersburg, Moscow, Ural masters.

A special place in the museum's collections is occupied by the exhibits of the folk art of the Krasnoyarsk Territory: ceramics, weaving, embroidery, weaving of bast; national costume and jewelry art of Khakassia; a collection of Tuvan stone carvings of the 50-90s; products of Chukchi and Yakut carvers of walrus tusk and mammoth bone of the 60s and 70s.