VIDEO (X-rated): The Karelian artist Vitalij Dobrinin (born 1955) shows some of his paintings this autumn at the Petrozavodsk Museum of Fine Arts in Karelia, Northwest Russia. Dobrinin is deeply inspired by the Karelian/Finnish epos of Kalevale, a book of collected myths about the ancient Karelian people and their lives and believes in the Eastern Scandinavia.
According to Russian law, nude pictures are not allowed an audience under the age of 18. The exhibition containing a lot of nudes from the Earth’s mother to the interior of a Russian sauna is therefore not accessible to minors. Adults may, though, indeed have great pleasure from viewing the magnificent art of Dobrinin.