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Maxim Gorky Gallery

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Choose from 29 pictures in our Maxim Gorky collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


The author Maxim Gorky reads his poem Children of the sun, 1905. Artist: Repin, Ilya Yefimovich (1844-1930) Featured Print

The author Maxim Gorky reads his poem Children of the sun, 1905. Artist: Repin, Ilya Yefimovich (1844-1930)

The author Maxim Gorky reads his poem Children of the sun, 1905. Found in the collection of the Museum of Private Collections in A. Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, Moscow

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Soviet leader Joseph Stalin and author Maxim Gorky, Moscow, USSR, 1931 Featured Print

Soviet leader Joseph Stalin and author Maxim Gorky, Moscow, USSR, 1931

Soviet leader Joseph Stalin and author Maxim Gorky, Moscow, USSR, 1931. Gorky (1868-1936) was one of the pioneers of socialist realism in literature. He was a fierce opponent of the Tsarist regime and became involved with the Bolsheviks after the 1905 Revolution. In 1932 Stalin (1879-1953) persuaded Gorky to return to the Soviet Union permanently from Italy, where he had been living because he was suffering from tuberculosis. As Stalinist repression increased within the USSR, Gorky was placed under house arrest in 1934. It has been suggested that his death two years later came at the hands of agents of the Soviet secret police and security organisation, the NKVD. Found in the collection of The Russian State Library, Moscow

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