The museum presents the most valuable exhibits of ancient and early medieval art of Uzbekistan, architectural decoration, embroidery, carpets, fabrics, copper products, gold embroidery, jewelry and more.

The Art of the East is represented by works of art from China, India, Japan, South Korea and Iran. It exhibited a collection of bronze, porcelain, ivory, wood carvings, musical instruments, carpets, celadon, sculpture in stone and much more.

The museum has a rich collection of works of Russian art XV-XX centuries: a collection of icons, paintings of the XVIII century (I.Nikitin, F. Roars, D. Levitzky, V.Borovikovsky and others).

Art paintings of the XIX century of: A.Orlovskogo, O.Kiprensky, L.Plahova, Perov, G.Myasoedova, N.Kramskogo, N.Ge, A.Kuindzhi, Shishkin, Levitan, A. Savrasov, and Aivazovsky, Repin and others. Collection of the museum belongs to Russian artists of the late XIX – early XX century – the “Russian Avant-Garde”: A. Benoit, B. Kustodiev, V. Serov, K. Korovin, A.Lentulov, R.Falk, V. Kandinsky and Kazimir Malevich.

Western European art in the museum is presented by fine art of Italy, Spain, Germany, the Netherlands, Flanders, Holland, France and England.

Address: str. Movarounnahr, 16

Telephone: (+99871) 236 74 36, 236 34 44

Fax: (+998 71) 236 77 40


Open hours: from 10:00 to 17:00

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