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KCI등재 학술저널

전쟁의 아이러니와 비극적 파토스의 재현

베레샤긴의 예술에 나타난 휴머니즘의 미학

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Vereshchagin (Василий Васильевич Верещагин, 1842-1904) is a painter belonging to the era of Russian realism, but not active in Russian Academy of Arts or the Wanderers(передвижники) representing the contemporary era, but has an artistic position through personal activities. He was the first Russian military artist, and was also a painter to receive a medal from the Russian royal family for participating in battles. He is also an artist who was nominated for the 1st Nobel Peace Prize in 1901. In this paper, based on Vereshchagin s war-themed series of works and his writings, we intend to examine what Vereshchagin s realism means. Accordingly, in this article, we will analyze Orientalism and Oriental image focusing on the ‘Turkestan Series’. Through ‘Balkan Series , we examine the suffering of mankind caused by war, sympathy for soldiers, and the image of the tragic pathos of war that human death shows. Finally, we look at history of imperialism shown through the ‘Execution Trilogy’ and raise the question of inhumane executions.

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