The monument to Mikhail Vrubel in the city of Omsk is the first and only monument in Russia to the famous Russian artist. It was opened on June 20, 2006. At the end of the twentieth century, the Omsk Regional Museum of Fine Arts was named after the great Russian artist, then it was decided to create a monument to the artist. Sculptor Mikhail Nogin worked on the monument for about two years, studied photos of Vrubel.
M.A. Vrubel is the largest representative of modernity and symbolism in Russian fine art, the author of the famous works "Tsarevna-Swan", "Spain", "Demon sitting", decorative panels "Princess Greza", "Venice", illustrations to the works of M. Lermontov, theater works , ceramic and sculptural compositions.