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Ilya Repin: Famous and unfamous

The exhibition is connected with the large-scale retrospective exhibitions of Repin in 2021-2022 at the Finnish National Gallery (the Athenaeum Art Museum) in Helsinki and the Petit Palais in Paris, to which the Tretyakov Gallery provides a large number of paintings and graphic works for a long time — including many works from the permanent exhibition.

On March 30, 2021, the exhibition "Ilya Repin: Known and Unknown" will open in the traditional "Repin" halls of the permanent exhibition in the Tretyakov Gallery in Lavrushinsky Lane. The works of the" unknown " Repin are paintings and graphic works that did not participate in the artist's retrospective on Krymsky Val, held in 2019.

The paintings of the" other " Repin belong to the late period of creativity. The chamber exhibition will bring together about 30 paintings by the artist of different years — paintings and graphic works from the funds of the Tretyakov Gallery, three female portraits and the gospel composition "The Unbelief of Thomas" (1920-1922) from private Moscow collections, as well as the sketch "The Sonslayer" (1909) — a late version of the painting "Ivan the Terrible and his son Ivan on November 16, 1581" (1885, the State Tretyakov Gallery) from the Voronezh Regional Art Museum named after I. N. Kramsky.

A special place in the exhibition will be occupied by the section dedicated to the history of the masterpiece "Ivan the Terrible and his son Ivan on November 16, 1581", which has been under restoration since May 2018. In addition to pictorial sketches, a multimedia program will be presented, revealing the history of the creation and the modern process of restoration of the painting.