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File:Taras Shevchenko selfportrait oil 1840-2.jpg

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Nederlands: Taras Sjevtsjenko. Zelfportret uit 1840 als student aan de Keizerlijke Kunstacademie van Sint Petersburg. Dit als eerste bekend zijnde zelfportret staat op de voorzijde van het 100 Grivna bankbiljet van de Oekraïne. Olieverf op linnen, 1840. Taras Shevchenko.
English: Selfportrait (1840) Oil on Canvas.
Date 1840

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