The yield on the Red Porch (1900 – 1910) by Ilya Repin

The yield on the Red Porch - Ilya Repin - 1900 - 1910

Artwork Information

TitleThe yield on the Red Porch
ArtistIlya Repin
Date1900 - 1910
Dimensions33 x 26 cm
Art MovementImpressionism
Current LocationNovgorod State Museum Preserve, Novgorod, Russia

About The yield on the Red Porch

The artwork titled “The Yield on the Red Porch” was created by the artist Ilya Repin between 1900 and 1910. It is an oil on cardboard piece that belongs to the Impressionism movement and is classified as genre painting. The artwork measures 33 x 26 cm and is currently housed in the Novgorod State Museum Preserve in Novgorod, Russia.

The artwork depicts a scene rich in color and characterized by the loose brushwork associated with Impressionism. The composition appears to feature figures gathered on a porch, as indicated by its title. There is a sense of informality and perhaps a social gathering, although the specific details are rendered in a way that prioritizes the interplay of light and shade over clear narrative detail. The red tones of the titular porch contrast with the varied hues of the figures’ attire, lending a vibrant dynamic to the scene. The quick, impressionistic strokes of paint create a sense of immediacy and fleeting emotion, inviting the viewer to fill in the details of the moment being captured.

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