The artist is Grigoryev
Tsar Fedor Ioannovich (1557–1598)
Fedor Ioannovich, nicknamed Blessed, the last ruler of the Rurikovich clan, the second son of Ivan IV from the first wife of Anastasia Romanovna. Rules in 1584-1598. Siberia was finally annexed in his reign, a new judiciary (1589) was published and the Russian Patriarchate (1589) was established. In the 1590s, during the next war with Sweden, part of the territories lost during the Livonian war. During the rule of Fedor Ioannovich, the domestic political struggle was aggravated by the elevation at the court of Boris Godunov, whose daughter the king was married.
Electronic catalog “Heroes and villains of Russian history”. SPb, 2010. WITH. 119.
Kachalov (Shverubovich) Vasily Ivanovich (1875–1948). Since 1900 – in the troupe of the Moscow Art Theater. People’s Artist of the USSR (1936). The performance of the Moscow Art Theater on Drama A. TO. Tolstoy “Tsar Fedor Ioannovich” set to. WITH. Stanislavsky, with great success was shown on foreign tour in Europe (1922–1923) and America (1923–1924). By the beginning of the Moscow Art Theater tour in New York, an extensive exhibition of Russian emigrant artists in the Brooklyn Museum was timed. The Grigorievskaya Raseya (Konstantinovsky Palace, Petersburg) was exhibited on it, along with which picturesque sketches and graphic drawings made from theater artists were presented. Kachalov’s interpretation of the role of King Fedor superimposed on the acute personal experiences of the artist, who became a voluntary “exile”. In the picture, the artists of the Moscow Art Theater in. IN. Luzhsky and l. M. Koreneva, who served as the prototypes of the elder and the woman. The portrait of “Kachalov in the role of the king” is the key in the understanding of the creative fate of Grigoriev and, possibly, a whole generation of Russian abroad artists. (A. N.)
Electronic catalog “Heroes and villains of Russian history”. SPb, 2010. WITH. 120.