Nineteenth-century realists pull in mega-crowds as Russian museum attendance peaks

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Arkhip Kuindzhi’s Ai-Petri, Crimea returns to the State Russian Museum, after being stolen from a Tretyakov show in January
Alexander Demianchuk/TASS

Visitor numbers to Russian museums are on the rise, not least thanks to the popularity of 19th-century Russian realists who are little known in the West.

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