Robert Rosenblum's essay takes a look at the shift in Russian art from visible, factual depictions to invisible expressions or feelings. Using Western European portrait, landscape, and religious paintings as a basis for comparison, Rosenblum identifies the technical skills displayed by artists such as Nikolai Ge, Vasily Vereshchagin, and Mikhail Vrubel.
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