Anna Golubkina was one of Russia’s most famous female sculptors. Her most famous work is the bas relief entitled 'The Wave' on the facade of the Moscow Art Academic Theatre (MKhAT) and she has other work on display at Moscow’s Tretyakov Gallery. This museum to her was opened in 1934, upon the initiative of her elder sister, in the workshop where Golubkina spend many years. Inside it includes a memorial room which has been retained as it was when Golubkina worked here. This museum is run as a branch of the Tretyakov Gallery. Its entrance is located in the courtyard.
|Location||12 Bolshoy Lyovshinsky Pereulok|
|Clock||12:00 - 19:00 (weekends: 10:00 - 17:00). Closed on Mondays, Tuesdays and the last Friday of the month.|