A selection of landscapes by Russian artist Nikolay Solomin will be on display at the Capital Repertory Theater in Albany, New York as a part of New Russia Cultural Center’s second annual Russian Winter Festival. Solomin’s exhibition began on January 15th and will run through February 7th. According to the festival’s website, Solomin is a People’s Artist of Russia, a National Prize winner, a member of the Academy of Fine arts, and a professor of historical and battle painting at the Surikov Institute in Moscow. His work has been displayed in the Surikov Museum in Moscow, and in museums across Europe and the United States. The festival’s website provides some images of his work here.