Department of fine and applied arts is located on the third floor. The exhibition halls of fine and applied arts displays various genres of this type of art, such as portrait, landscape, sculpture, ornamental art. The exhibition of this hall starts from the period of the 1930s of the XX Cen, which reflects the development of this kind of art in the Republic of Tajikistan.
In the second room are samples of the art of woodcarving. Visitors can see the work of the famous Tajik carver Sirojiddin Nuriddinov. Portraits of Abdurrahman Jami, Abuali ibn Sino are the best works of the master.
In the third room displayed works of painters who contributed to the development of the national school of artists of the 70s of the XX century in the Republic of Tajikistan. The works of Khabibulloeva Z.N, Abdurashidov R. Khushvakhtov H, Nazarov V, Sharipov S, Naimov B, and Dovutov Z.
The fourth hall of this department tells about the art of kundal. This folk art develops only in Tajikistan, the founders of which are Mirzorahmat Olimov and Karomatullo Gayurov. Also in the department of fine and applied arts, a special hall is designed for temporary exhibitions, where domestic and international exhibitions are held.
«2018 - Year of tourism development and folk crafts»
At the Initiative of Tajikistan, the UN General Assembly on 22nd December adopted a Resolution titled
"International Decade for Action ‘Water for Sustainable Development’, 2018-2028"