On 24 October, the exhibition "Unknown Roerich" organised by the Yalta scientific and philosophic society "World through Culture" took place in Voronezh State University. The exhibit presented 69 reproductions of the great Russian painter Nikolay Konstantinovich Roerich. They were made in a German technique and are of a very high quality.
Nikolay Konstantinovich Roerich was an outstanding painter, scientist, public figure, writer, and archaeologist. He left an enormous heritage: over seven thousand paintings, cathedral paintings, and works of literature i.e. essays, short stories, fairy tales, plays, and poems His books and paintings have been published all over the world. Nikolai Roerich's heritage can be divided into the following sections: a Slavic section, the section "Saints", "Banners of the East", "Mentors of the East", Himalayan section, and a prophetic section. The paintings by Nikolay Roerich are stored at the Russian museum, the Tretiakov gallery, the Museum of Orient Art, and private collections all over the world.