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Ilya Yefimovich Repin
1844-1930 After training with a provincial icon painter and at the St. Petersburg Academy of Fine Arts, he visited France and Italy on an academy scholarship. On his return he began painting subjects from Russian history. In 1873 he achieved international fame with Volga Boatmen, a grim, powerful image that became the model for Soviet Socialist Realism. Among his best-known works is Ivan the Terrible and His Son Ivan (1895), depicting Ivan's murder of his son. He also painted vigorous portraits (including Leo Tolstoy and Modest Mussorgsky). In 1894 he became professor of historical painting at the St. Petersburg Academy.

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Ilya Yefimovich Repin Self-Portrait oil painting


Self-Portrait

Painting ID::  27109
Ilya Yefimovich Repin
1844-1930 After training with a provincial icon painter and at the St. Petersburg Academy of Fine Arts, he visited France and Italy on an academy scholarship. On his return he began painting subjects from Russian history. In 1873 he achieved international fame with Volga Boatmen, a grim, powerful image that became the model for Soviet Socialist Realism. Among his best-known works is Ivan the Terrible and His Son Ivan (1895), depicting Ivan's murder of his son. He also painted vigorous portraits (including Leo Tolstoy and Modest Mussorgsky). In 1894 he became professor of historical painting at the St. Petersburg Academy.
Self-Portrait
mk52 1915 Oil on canvas 125x94cm National Gallery,Prague
   
   
     

Ilya Yefimovich Repin Andreyeva by Repin oil painting


Andreyeva by Repin

Painting ID::  68464
Ilya Yefimovich Repin
1844-1930 After training with a provincial icon painter and at the St. Petersburg Academy of Fine Arts, he visited France and Italy on an academy scholarship. On his return he began painting subjects from Russian history. In 1873 he achieved international fame with Volga Boatmen, a grim, powerful image that became the model for Soviet Socialist Realism. Among his best-known works is Ivan the Terrible and His Son Ivan (1895), depicting Ivan's murder of his son. He also painted vigorous portraits (including Leo Tolstoy and Modest Mussorgsky). In 1894 he became professor of historical painting at the St. Petersburg Academy.
Andreyeva by Repin
Description English: Portrait of actress Maria Fyodorovna Andreyeva. Oil on canvas. 134 ?? 85 cm. The National Art Museum of the Republic of Belarus, Minsk. Español: Retrato de la actriz Mar??a Fi??dorovna Andr??yeva. Óleo sobre lienzo. 134 ?? 85 cm. Museo nacional de arte de la Rep??blica de Bielorrusia, Minsk. ??????????????: ?????????????? ?????????????? ?????????? ?????????????????? ??????????????????. ??????????, ??????????. 134 ?? 85 ????. ???????????????????????? ???????????????????????????? ?????????? ???????????????????? ????????????????, ??????????.
   
   
     

Ilya Yefimovich Repin Soldier's Tale oil painting


Soldier's Tale

Painting ID::  70968
Ilya Yefimovich Repin
1844-1930 After training with a provincial icon painter and at the St. Petersburg Academy of Fine Arts, he visited France and Italy on an academy scholarship. On his return he began painting subjects from Russian history. In 1873 he achieved international fame with Volga Boatmen, a grim, powerful image that became the model for Soviet Socialist Realism. Among his best-known works is Ivan the Terrible and His Son Ivan (1895), depicting Ivan's murder of his son. He also painted vigorous portraits (including Leo Tolstoy and Modest Mussorgsky). In 1894 he became professor of historical painting at the St. Petersburg Academy.
Soldier's Tale
1877(1877) Oil on canvas 69.2 x 89.4 cm (27.24 x 35.2 in)
   
   
     

Ilya Yefimovich Repin Dragonfly. Portrait of Vera Repina oil painting


Dragonfly. Portrait of Vera Repina

Painting ID::  71729
Ilya Yefimovich Repin
1844-1930 After training with a provincial icon painter and at the St. Petersburg Academy of Fine Arts, he visited France and Italy on an academy scholarship. On his return he began painting subjects from Russian history. In 1873 he achieved international fame with Volga Boatmen, a grim, powerful image that became the model for Soviet Socialist Realism. Among his best-known works is Ivan the Terrible and His Son Ivan (1895), depicting Ivan's murder of his son. He also painted vigorous portraits (including Leo Tolstoy and Modest Mussorgsky). In 1894 he became professor of historical painting at the St. Petersburg Academy.
Dragonfly. Portrait of Vera Repina
Dragonfly. Portrait of Vera Repina, the artist's daughter. Oil on canvas. 111 x 84,4 cm. The State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow.
   
   
     

Ilya Yefimovich Repin Portrait of Lydia Kuznetsova oil painting


Portrait of Lydia Kuznetsova

Painting ID::  71759
Ilya Yefimovich Repin
1844-1930 After training with a provincial icon painter and at the St. Petersburg Academy of Fine Arts, he visited France and Italy on an academy scholarship. On his return he began painting subjects from Russian history. In 1873 he achieved international fame with Volga Boatmen, a grim, powerful image that became the model for Soviet Socialist Realism. Among his best-known works is Ivan the Terrible and His Son Ivan (1895), depicting Ivan's murder of his son. He also painted vigorous portraits (including Leo Tolstoy and Modest Mussorgsky). In 1894 he became professor of historical painting at the St. Petersburg Academy.
Portrait of Lydia Kuznetsova
Portrait of Lydia Kuznetsova. Oil on canvas. 117 x 64 cm. Private collection.
   
   
     

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     1844-1930 After training with a provincial icon painter and at the St. Petersburg Academy of Fine Arts, he visited France and Italy on an academy scholarship. On his return he began painting subjects from Russian history. In 1873 he achieved international fame with Volga Boatmen, a grim, powerful image that became the model for Soviet Socialist Realism. Among his best-known works is Ivan the Terrible and His Son Ivan (1895), depicting Ivan's murder of his son. He also painted vigorous portraits (including Leo Tolstoy and Modest Mussorgsky). In 1894 he became professor of historical painting at the St. Petersburg Academy.

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