Visual arts are a division of plastic arts connected with visual perception. Visual arts create world images both - flat and extensional, such as painting, drawing and sculpture. Visual arts can be considered the oldest art form. It dates back to the Upper Paleolithic era, when ancient people left us the knowledge about their culture and way of life in the form of petroglyphic drawings.
Visual art objects, alongside with architecture, are the only preserved evidence of spiritual culture of many lost civilizations, and due to artists’ work we learn the countries’ history and the world culture. An amazing feature of visual arts lies in the fact that people from different countries and language cultures are able to perceive it on equal terms – we can understand not only the creative work of our contemporaries and compatriots, but also the art of other epochs, countries and peoples. The artistic means of fine arts include volume, plastic, colour, and chiaroscuro.
The items of Museum collection represent all classes of visual arts: Painting, Graphics and Sculpture, and give an idea of the creative work of artists of the 19th – 20th centuries.
The items from Collection museum represent all classes of visual arts: Painting, Graphics and Sculpture, and give an idea of the works of artists of the 19th – 20th centuries.