About Ilya Repin’s Reply Of The Zaporozhian Cossacks
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Ilya Repin painted this lovely piece of art between 1880 and 1881.
The work depicts the Zaporozhian Cossack people crafting a letter to the Sultan of the Ottoman Empire. The Zaporozhian Cossacks were people from Ukraine.
The Sultan had given them an ultimatum. He demanded they submit to his rule even though they had defeated him in war. Thus their reply was full of vulgar insults.
The men in the painting appear to enjoy thinking of rude things to write to the Sultan.
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About The Artist
Ilya Repin was a Russian artist alive from 1844-1930. He was born in the Russian Empire in an area that is now Ukraine. He studied surveying in the army and trained as an apprentice to a painter. Many credit him with being the first mainstream European artist from Russia. Later in life, he moved to Finland.
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Cardboard box had hole in it but no apparent damage. Bad Fed Ex!! Frame could have been 1/2" wider and 1/4 " taller showing more print but not bad.