Yekaterinburg is the most historical and cultural city in Russia, and Yekaterin Art Museum is the soul of the whole city. It shows Yekaterin’s artistic changes and includes modern Russian culture. The unique and peerless collection makes it a gem of Russian art and culture. The works of the 18th, 19th, and 20th century classical academic creation, touring painting exhibition painting school and art world painting school are all displayed here. The "Portrait of Women" created by Kramskoy in 1881 is the treasure of the museum. It takes the noble and elegant Russian women as the theme and demonstrates his belief in self-respect and self-improvement. "Anonymous Girl", also created by Carat, is also hidden in the museum. With her arrogant expression and stubborn eyes, many people think that the girl in the painting is the Anna Karenina described by Master Tolstoy.
It is full of artistic penetration, which feels great.