Two pictures by Pinchus Krémègne will replenish the funds of the National arts museum of Belarus to its 80-th year. A native of the town of Zheludok (now – the Grodno region of Belarus) is one of the bright representatives of the Parisian school of art. The master gained popularity, while living and working at the famous artists La Ruche. There resided Chagall, Sutin, Kikoin, Zadkin. The pictures were bought at the auction with the support of the honorary consul of Belarus in Lausanne and a Swiss businessman. The still life and the landscape date back to early 20-th century. They have already undergone a minor restoration.