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The catalogue accompanied an exhibition of the same name at the Kadriorg Art Museum (09.02.–18.08.2013), which was organised in collaboration with the Ateneum Art Museum of the Finnish National Gallery in Helsinki. Both the exhibition and the catalogue are based on the Repin collection at the Ateneum Art Museum and are directly related to the artist’s home “Penates” in Karelia and the history of Finland. The catalogue helps to place the work of Ilya Repin’s late period and his artistic legacy located in Finland in the Russian and Nordic cultural landscape.

Ilya Repin (1844–1930) is one of the Russian artists whose works are known around the world. He is known primarily as a great realist, and his works, which often contain a socially critical subtext, provide a reflection of the daily lives of simple people and peasants. The opportunity to display new and less-known works by Repin which have remained obscure to date due to political, geographical or linguistic reasons, is clearly valuable. The work of Repin’s late period and his correspondence in the collections of the Ateneum Art Museum in Finland are materials of international interest that have been collaboratively compiled by Finnish, Estonian and Russian art historians for this exhibition and catalogue.

Compiled by Linda Lainvoo and Kerttu Männiste

Edited by Tiina Abel

Texts by Linda Lainvoo, Kerttu Männiste, Tatyana Borodina, Ludmila Andruchtchenko, Timo Huusko, Helena Hätönen and Veikko Pakkanen

Graphic design and image editing by Tuuli Aule

The lettering for the catalogue cover and title by Ivar Sakk

Size 20 × 27 cm

216 pp., sewn paperback

In Estonian, Russian and English, illustrated

Published by the Art Museum of Estonia – Kadriorg Art Museum

Tallinn 2013

ISBN 978-9949-485-15-4

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