- New download: Dutch and Flemish Graphic Art: Masterclass Omsk 2016 (pdf).
- On 27 June 2016, Lia Gorter (SCI) held a presentation with Dutch specialists prof. A. G. A. (Anne) van Grevenstein-Kruse (UvA) and Luuk Hoogstede (SRAL, Limburg) at the Tretyakov Gallery in Moscow. SCI has organised these lectures at the Gallery in collaboration with the Dutch Embassy in Moscow. The lectures focused on the most recent developments in restoration, research and conservation of cultural heritage. ‘International experience in conservation and research on cultural heritage: Van Eyck and Bosch.’
- The seminar in Omsk (6-10 June) made the Russian news several times. Read more...
- SCI visited the National Art Museum in Minsk. Their collection of Dutch/Flemish art contains 30 paintings and 32 prints/drawings. More on this visit on Facebook (Dutch).
- The collection of Dutch and Flemish paintings in the Ostankino Palace Museum has been added to the database of the RKD. Click here to view the gallery.
- The Master class in Omsk resulted, among other positive responses, in a 30 minute tv-broadcast. Read more and view the clip ...
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- 9 June, M. A. Vrubel Museum. The presentation of the book ‘The 2nd international scientific and practical seminar: The preservation of cultural heritage. The scientific study and restoration of 17th – 19th centuries Dutch and Flemish painting. June 2 – 6 2014. (Vrubel Museum).’ Free download on the website of the Vrubel Museum (Russian and English).
- The Art Newspaper Russia: "Project by SCI in Omsk is combination of theory and practice". Read more...
- Lia Gorter (SCI) has presented the book ‘The preservation of cultural heritage. The scientific study and restoration of 17th – 19th centuries Dutch and Flemish Painting’ to Elena Milovzorova, vice-president of the ministry of culture in the Russian federation on March 12th. The presentation of this publication was held in the presence of Ida de Kat of the Dutch Embassy in the I. Grabar Institute for Restoration in Moscow. The gathering offered an excellent platform for extensive collaboration between Dutch and Russian institutes in the field of Dutch and Flemish art in Russia.
- The wonderful collection of Nizhny Novgorod has been added to the database of the RKD. Click here to view all 57 paintings.