Russian and Soviet Painting by Dmitri Sarabianov

By Dmitri Sarabianov

This 3rd exhibition within the cultural trade among the Museums of the Soviet Union and The Metropolitan Museum of paintings, provided first in ny and later in San Francisco, encompasses the total variety of portray in Russia from the fourteenth century to the current.

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Pinewood, gesso on linen, egg tempera, 133x90. Provenance: church in the village of Kuritsk, near Lake Ilmen. Accession: 1930, transferred from the Historical Museum, Moscow. Tretiakov Gallery. Inventory No. 14454. The Miracle of Saint George and The Miracle of Saints Florus and Laurus Last quarter of the 15th century. Limewood, gesso on linen, Novgorod School. egg tempera, 67 x 52. Provenance: collection of A. V. Morozov. Accession: 1930, transferred from the Historical Museum, Moscow. Tretiakov Gallery.

V. L. BOROVIKOVSKY (1757-1825): Portrait of Catherine the Great Walking in the Park of Tsarskoe Selo V. A. TROPININ (1776-1857): Self-portrait with Brushes and Palette against a View of the Kremlin through a Window P. 30 A. FEDOTOV (1815-52): The Fastidious Bride A. I. KUINDZHI (1842-1910): The Birch Grove - V. V. 32 VERESHCHAGIN (1842-1904): The Apotheosis of War I. E. REPIN (1844-1930): Lev Nikolaevich Tolstoi Resting in a Forest 33 M. 34 A. VRUBEL (1856-1910): The Prophet I. I. LEVITAN (1860-1900): Fresh Wind.

Accession: 1929, transferred from the Ostroukhov Museum of Icon-Painting and Painting, Moscow. Tretiakov Gallery. Inventory No. 12072. Late 16th or early 17th century. Provenance: Church of the Epiphany, village of Semenovskoe, Moscow Region. Accession: 1966. Andrei Rublev Museum Inventory No. 352. of Ancient Russian Art. Prince Mikhail Vasilievich Skopin-Shuisky About 1630. A parsuna painted by the Tsar's icon paint- ers. Limewood, gesso on linen, egg tempera, 41 x 33. Provenance: Cathedral of the Archangel Michael, in the Moscow Kremlin, where it hung above the tomb of M.

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