Fine Art/Oil on canvas
Who has painted this?
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The images on this canvas (310 x 220 cm.) present a rare and unusual work of great quality picturing the racial and political concerns at the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century in Eastern Europe and Russia.
The idea originated probably from the Tiszaeszlar affair in 1881 or the Beilis Case held in Kiev, Russia from 1911 - 1913. Such events were used for political ends.
The artist may have been commissioned to portrait and characterise (anonymously for fear of retribution) such racial ideas resulting from the strengthening of the “Union of Russia People”, a group holding extreme right wing views, influencing the Third Duma, where an official attempt was made to use “Blood Libel” as a weapon against the revolutionary movement and to justify policies towards the Jews in Russia.
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