A Repin Ravaged

by Matthew Innis |

For many, Ivan the Terrible . . . stands as Repin’s most successful history painting, but in reality, Repin had used the context of the story of Tsar Ivan and his son to convey his feelings about a current event which, for political reasons, he could not address directly.  This event . . .

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