Born into a poor but educated Jewish family in the second half of the 19th century, Isaac Levitan is one of the most well-known Russian painters mastering the genre of the mood landscape. Due to his origins, the artist was forced to constant moving and a continuous search for a new home which is believed to be reason for his sensitivity to nature. The latest exhibition displayed at the Jewish Museum presents over 30 landscape paintings of the author from the State Tretyakov Gallery, the Russian Museum, the Museum of Israel and other Russian museums.
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