Reading133 Pavel Ryzhenko (1970-2014)

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133 Reading

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Pavel Ryzhenko (Russian, 1970-2014) Tsar Alexei Mikhailovich (The Quietest) 2006

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Pavel Ryzhenko (Russian, 1970-2014) Portrait of Alexey II Patriarch of Moscow and all the Russians

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Pavel Ryzhenko (Russian, 1970-2014) Veteran 2005

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Pavel Ryzhenko (Russian, 1970-2014) Imprisoned at Tsarkoe Selo The Triptych “Imperial Golgotha”

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Pavel Ryzhenko The Ipatiev House after the Murder of the Imperial Family

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Pavel Ryzhenko (Russian, 1970-2014)

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Pavel Ryzhenko (Russian, 1970-2014) Easter in Paris (№3 of the triptych Russian century)

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Pavel Ryzhenko (Russian, 1970-2014) Sartag

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Pavel Ryzhenko (Russian, 1970-2014) Wounded, depicting the last Tsar on an inspection of a military hospital near the front in World War I

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Pavel Ryzhenko (Russian, 1970-2014) Time of Troubles

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Pavel Ryzhenko (Russian, 1970-2014) Historical Warrior Illustration Series - A Moment of Royal Contemplation

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Pavel Ryzhenko (Russian, 1970-2014) How returns the soldiers home

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Pavel Ryzhenko (Russian, 1970-2014)

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Pavel Ryzhenko (Russian, 1970-2014) Requiem

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Pavel Ryzhenko (Russian, 1970-2014) The Last Judgement

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Pavel Ryzhenko (Russian, 1970-2014) The Last Judgement (a detail)

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Pavel Ryzhenko (Russian, 1970-2014) The mystery of the king Tsar Fyodor Ivanovich 2005

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Pavel Ryzhenko (Russian, 1970-2014) Grigori Skuratov-Belskiy, known as Malyuta Skuratov

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Pavel Ryzhenko (Russian, 1970-2014) Malyuta Skuratov – (one of the most odious leaders of the Oprichnina -state policy- during the reign of Ivan the Terrible)

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Pavel Ryzhenko (Russian, 1970-2014)

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Pavel Ryzhenko (Russian, 1970-2014) Umbrella

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Pavel Ryzhenko (Russian, 1970-2014) Umbrella - Umbrella (fragment, the original version)

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Pavel Ryzhenko (Russian, 1970-2014) Triptych heir

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Pavel Ryzhenko (Russian, 1970-2014) Triptych heir (details)

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Pavel Ryzhenko (Russian, 1970-2014) Triptych heir (details)

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Pavel Ryzhenko (Russian, 1970-2014)

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Pavel Ryzhenko (Russian, 1970-2014) Palace grenadiers Pavel Ryzhenko (Russian, 1970-2014) Yardman

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Pavel Ryzhenko Apocalipsis

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Pavel Ryzhenko (Russian, 1970-2014) "Before the Battle: the Prayer of Perveset“ fragment

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Stamp of Russia 2014 The Victory of Peresvet by Pavel Ryzhenko (1970-2014) Pavel Ryzhenko was recognized and demand in life, in 2012 he was rated as Honoured artist of the Russian Federation. By his own words, he tried to be beneficial to Russian people, to wake his genetic memory. Shortly before his death Pavel Ryzhenko gifted all of his paintings to Russia (kept in Kaluga region,in house-museum of N. Goncharova – Poushkin’e widow)

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