File:Kramskoj - saltykov-schedrin.jpg

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Ivan Nikolaevich Kramskoi - Portrait of the writer Mikhail Saltykov-Schedrin

И.Н.Крамской (1837 – 1887)

Портрет писателя М.Е. Салтыкова-Щедрина (1826-1889).

1879г, холст, масло, 88 х 68см Государственная Третьяковская галерея, Москва Исполнен по заказу П.М.Третьякова. Авторское повторение портрета находится в музее Института русской литературы.

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