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Ilja Repin und seine Malerfreunde

Russland vor der Revolution
This book provides a comprehensive review of the stylistic development of the Russian painter Ilya Repin (1844-1930), beginning with the realism rich in detail of his early years moving to his atmospheric studies in impressionist style and ending with the political later works. The foci of his art were the metropolises of Moscow and St Petersburg. His monumental depictions of daily life in Russia, his scenarios of society life, his historical paintings and his portraits create a multifaceted oeuvre that bridges the gap between tradition and a radical move into a new era.
Fifty-two major works by Repin are being exhibited for the first time together with thirty paintings from his predecessors - early Russian realists like Vasiliy Surikov, Nikolai Ge and Archip Kuindschi - and from his friends. Two of his students - Vasily Polenov and Valentin Serov - are represented through their atmospheric landscape paintings.

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"Ilja Repin und seine Malerfreunde"

ISBN 978-3-938025-40-6

24,00 x 31,50 cm

224 Pages

86 b/w illustrations

Hardcover, bound, without dust-jacket, without slipcase

Languages: German


Von der Heydt-Museum, Wuppertal

Sabine Fehlemann, Beate Fieseler, Ernst-Gerhard Güse, Nicole Hartje, Lydia Iolewa, Alla Lukanowa, Ada Raev, Olga, Sugrobova, Lydia Torstensen, and Galina Tschurak
The illustrated book was published on the occasion of the exhibition „Ilja Repin und seine Malerfreunde. – Russland vor der Revolution“, Von der Heydt-Museum, Wuppertal, 2005.