File:Konstantin Makovsky - The Bulgarian martyresses.jpg

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creator QS:P170,Q460337
Title
Русский: Болгарские мученицы
English: The Bulgarian Martyresses
Čeština: Bulharské mučednice
Object type painting
Description
Русский: Картина «Болгарские мученицы» была написана знаменитым русским художником Константином Маковским по возвращении его из поездки на Балканы. Летом 1877 года Маковский уехал на Балканы, где делал зарисовки, двигаясь вслед за наступающей русской армией по Сербии и Болгарии. Рассказы очевидцев о жестоком подавлении турецкими властями народного восстания, вспыхнувшего в Болгарии в 1876 году, и о зверствах башибузуков против мирного населения произвели сильное впечатление на художника. Маковский создает полотно в короткий срок и в 1877 году представляет картину на выставке в Петербурге, планируя все деньги от продажи произведения направить в Болгарию в помощь пострадавшему населению. Русско-турецкая война (1877—1878)
English: "The Bulgarian Martyresses", 1877 painting by the Russian painter Konstantin Makovsky, depicting the rape of Bulgarian women by Africanised Ottoman bashi-bazouks during the suppression of the April Uprising a year earlier, served to mobilise public support for the Russo-Turkish War (1877–1878) waged with the proclaimed aim of liberating the Bulgarians.
Čeština: "Bulharské mučednice", malba z roku 1877 od ruského malíře Konstantina Makovského, zobrazující znásilnění bulharských žen otomanskými baši-bazouky při potlačení Dubnového povstání z předešlého roku, za účelem pozvednutí veřejné podpory pro Rusko-Tureckou válku (1877–1878) vedené s proklamovaným cílem osvobodit Bulhary.
Date 1877
date QS:P571,+1877-00-00T00:00:00Z/9
Medium oil on canvas
medium QS:P186,Q296955;P186,Q4259259,P518,Q861259
Dimensions Height: 207 cm (81.4 in); Width: 141 cm (55.5 in)
dimensions QS:P2048,207U174728;P2049,141U174728
institution QS:P195,Q2584571
place of creation Saint Petersburg
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current12:41, 29 November 2015Thumbnail for version as of 12:41, 29 November 20151,350 × 2,026 (1.41 MB)VladiMens (talk | contribs)Retouched, contrasted and enlightened version of the original image.
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