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Like Tolstoi, Il'ia Repin does not shrink from the competition of the sister arts, but Brunson hones in on the way that Repin fashioned his own realism by exploiting the tensions between "painterly form and narrative content, in order to reinforce the phenomenological energy and ideological tendentiousness of his pictures" (155).
Ceramics sherds from the northern Caspian (Kyzyl-Khak I and II), the Turganik settlement (the middle horizon) of the southern Ural, and Repin Khutor settlement on the Don River were taken for radiocarbon dating (Morgunova et al.
The portraits of composers in this exhibition have been well chosen, and include Repin's 1881 portraits of the highly professional Anton Rubinstein (better known to some as a pianist) and his antipode Modest Mussorgsky, the latter an outright masterpiece completed in the hospital where the composer would die from alcoholism a few days later (Fig.
Repin is considered a phenomenon in the classical music world, and is often regarded as one the best violin players in the world.
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The obligatory Russian fireworks arrived with a pacey Polovtsian Dances and an uncharacteristically frenetic Vadim Repin in the Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto, but one would never have guessed from the intermittently scrappy rendition of Elgar's Enigma Variations that this orchestra and conductor had performed the piece together only a week earlier in Moscow.
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He was completely self-taught and was inspired by artists like Rubens, Michelangelo and the Russian realist Ilya Repin," said Singh explaining his family history in the arts.
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