Vladimir Lenin in Razliv
- oil on canvas. 132 x 189,5
Received in 1949 via the Committee for Art, Council of Ministers of the RSFSR
In July 1917, when the Provisional Government outlawed the Bolsheviks and declared Lenin a German spy, he was forced to go to ground in the guise of a Finnish haymaker living in a hut made of tree branches on the banks of Lake Razliv in Sestroretsk.