Yuri Ilich REPIN
1877–1954, Ukraine/Russia

Birth 1877
Died 1954

Yuri Ilich Repin. The son of renowned painter Ilya Repin, Yuri, like his father, was born in Chuguev in Eastern Ukraine. Yuri\\\'s passion for art began in 1893 when his father took him travelling to Germany, Italy and France. He studied at Maria Tenisheva\\\'s School from 1894-1899 after which he enroled at the Imperial Academy under his father and Dmitri Kardovksy. He earned much success with his large historical and military canvases and won two gold medals at the International Exhibition in Munich for his picture The Great Leader (Peter I in the Battle of Poltava). He was also an accomplished portrait painter whose sitters included Feodor Chaliapin, Pavel Shmarov and, naturally, his father Ilya Repin. After Finland gained its independence from Russia in 1918, Yuri was cut off from Russia and, in essence, lived in emmigration until his death in Helsinki in 1930.
Yuri\\\'s work is represented at the Tretyakov Gallery, The State Russian Museum, the Ilya Repin House Museum in Penaty and the National Gallery in Prague.

Source: Stockholms Auktionsverk, Stockholm Sweden

Edge Of The Forest by Yuri Ilich REPIN

Edge Of The Forest

Price EUR 1,750
Estimated EUR 1,500
Porträtt by Yuri Ilich REPIN

Porträtt (1942)

Price SEK 0 (€0) Not sold
Estimated SEK 15,000
Portrait Of A Soldier by Yuri Ilich REPIN

Portrait Of A Soldier (1911)

Price SEK 12,000 (€1,243)
Estimated SEK 5,000–7,000
Children Playing By The Creek by Yuri Ilich REPIN

Children Playing By The Creek

Price EUR 800
Estimated EUR 800–1,000
Man Smoking A Pipe by Yuri Ilich REPIN

Man Smoking A Pipe (1896)

Price EUR 7,000
Estimated EUR 1,500
The Nightmare Of King Herod by Yuri Ilich REPIN

The Nightmare Of King Herod (1938)

Price SEK 0 (€0)
Estimated SEK 10,000
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