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Essay from Russia!: Russian Art of the Second Half of the 19th Century: The Wanderers, Pavel Tretyakov, and his Gallery
Essay from Russia!: Russian Art of the Second Half of the 19th Century: The Wanderers, Pavel Tretyakov, and his Gallery
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Lidia Iovleva

In response to the strict regulations placed on young artists and intellectuals in mid-19th-century Russia, a group of rebellious youths formed the Society for Traveling Art Exhibitions, also known as Peredvizhniki (Wanderers). Lidia Iovleva's essay discusses the emergence of this artistic group and the support of the influential art collector Pavel Tretyakov, as well as the birth of the Tretyakov Gallery.

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