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1800s Week! Ilya Repin Negrityanka (Negress) 1876 Russian Museum, St. Petersburg thetimewhenyou submitted to medievalpoc: Since it's a 19th century week, I wanted to share something I saw in the...

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“if i was a silly little poet novelist of children's books (chukovsky) and a renowned brilliant painter (repin) casually painted me this way i would casually literally fall in love forever”

Ilia Efimovich Repin: Vsevolod Mikhailovich Garshin (1855–1888) (1972.145.2) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Artist: Ilia Efimovich Repin (Russian, Chuguev 1844–1930 Kuokkala). Date: 1884. Medium: Oil on canvas. Dimensions: 35 x 27 1/4 in. (88.9 x 69.2 cm). Class...

51x41cm ready to hang Box Canvas Print. 7215227 BLACK WOMAN, 1875-1876 (oil on canvas) by Repin, Ilya Efimovich (1844-1930); State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia; (add.info.: Late 1875--early 1876   Oil on canvas L This painting, unique in Repine's art, closes a series of portraits evoking the diversity of physiognomies encountered during his stay in France. It was in Paris that the artist discovered the extent of the vogue for Orientalism, he who did not go to the Maghreb or the Ottoman

51x41cm ready to hang Box Canvas Print. 7215227 BLACK WOMAN, 1875-1876 (oil on canvas) by Repin, Ilya Efimovich (1844-1930); State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia; (add.info.: Late 1875--early 1876 Oil on canvas L This painting, unique in Repine's art, closes a series of portraits evoking the diversity of physiognomies encountered during his stay in France. It was in Paris that the artist discovered the extent of the vogue for Orientalism, he who did not go to the Maghreb or the…