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Bloody Sunday Gallery

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Choose from 9 pictures in our Bloody Sunday collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Introduction to the Revolution, 1905. Artist: Kustodiev, Boris Michaylovich (1878-1927)
Introduction to the Revolution, 1905. Artist: Kustodiev, Boris Michaylovich (1878-1927)
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The 1905 manifestation, 1905. Artist: Ivanov, Sergei Vasilyevich (1864-1910)
The 1905 manifestation, 1905. Artist: Ivanov, Sergei Vasilyevich (1864-1910)
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Massacre At Narva Gate in St. Petersburg, before 1925. Artist: Anonymous
Massacre At Narva Gate in St. Petersburg, before 1925. Artist: Anonymous
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Bloody Sunday, London, 1887 (1906). Artist: WB Waller
Bloody Sunday, London, 1887 (1906). Artist: WB Waller
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Palace Square at the Bloody Sunday in 1905, 1905
Palace Square at the Bloody Sunday in 1905, 1905
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Palace Square, St Petersburg, Russia, on Bloody Sunday, 1905
Palace Square, St Petersburg, Russia, on Bloody Sunday, 1905
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The Massacre, 1905. Artist: Sergei Ivanov
The Massacre, 1905. Artist: Sergei Ivanov
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Study for the painting Bloody Sunday (22 January 1905), 1905. Artist: Vladimir Makovsky
Study for the painting Bloody Sunday (22 January 1905), 1905. Artist: Vladimir Makovsky
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Revolutionary Demonstration, 1906
Revolutionary Demonstration, 1906
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Study for the painting Bloody Sunday (22 January 1905), 1905. Artist: Vladimir Makovsky Featured Image

Study for the painting Bloody Sunday (22 January 1905), 1905. Artist: Vladimir Makovsky

Study for the painting Bloody Sunday (22 January 1905), 1905. The Russian Revolution of 1905 broke out after troops fired on protesters trying to deliver a petition to Tsar Nicholas II outside the Winter Palace in St Petersburg on 22 January 1905. 96 were killed according to official estimates, while the oppostion claimed the figure may have been as high as 4000. The events of what came to be known as Bloody Sunday sparked a rash of strikes and demonstrations across the country. Found in the collection of the State Museum of Revolution, Moscow

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