The safety of the exhibition Repin in the New Tretyakov gallery was decided to strengthen
ARTinvestment.RU   12 февраля 2019

It will open March 16, 2019. Several works by Ilya Repin in Moscow, as well as Kuindzhi, brought from St. Petersburg's Russian Museum. And after past incidents security measures at the exhibition will be increased

the matter is obviously not only in Kuindzhi. Last may, a mentally unstable visitor broke the protective glass of the painting of Ilya Repin "Ivan the terrible and his son Ivan on 16 November 1581", damaging the fragments of the canvas and colorful layer. The picture then had to be sent for long-term restoration. "Ivan the terrible" attacked not for the first time in history. Set painting often emotional, charged, therefore, for the future is to err.

Repin is included in the top most expensive Russian artists. The auction record was set in 2011, when the painting "Paris cafe" was sold at Christie's for $7.4 million Prices for finished portraits not once approached the level of $700 000. And the pictures and graphics Repin sketches for future paintings sold in the range of $3000-20 000.

the exhibition will show not only the masterpieces from school textbooks. In addition to "barge haulers on the Volga", "unexpected" and "the Cossacks writing letter to Turkish Sultan", the organizers promise the public a new open — and little known works of Ilya Efimovich. All the exposition will include 180 paintings and 130 drawings. The chief guest of Peter will become a gigantic canvas "the Ceremonial meeting of the State Council may 7, 1901...". All its exhibits, will share 26 Russian and foreign museums and private collectors.


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