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It showcases 54 masterpieces spanning from the 1400s to the 20th century, including Wassily Kandinsky's "Red Square in Moscow," Ivan Kramskoi's "Christ in the Wilderness," and Dionysius' 16th-century icon "The Crucifixion."
Initially Tretyakov's preferred portraitist was Ivan Kramskoi (1837-87), while a decade or so later Repin assumed the mantle of portrait painter par excellence.
Ivan Kramskoi (1837-87) considered that his paint specifications were unscientific and would not last: 'He puts paints together which are organically antagonistic to each other and ...