Copyright, Jim LaneSt. Petersburg (Leningrad) 2010
|Diorama, Siege of Leningrad, 1941-45|
(not by Glazunov)
|Ilya Glazunov Self-portrait (detail), 1986.|
He often includes his family in his paintings.
|Indira Gandhi, 1987,|
"In the pitch darkness the iron door of the prison is suddenly opened and the Grand Inquisitor himself comes in with a light in his hand. He is alone; the door is closed at once behind him. He stands in the doorway and for a minute or two gazes into His face. At last he goes up slowly, sets the light on the table and speaks. 'Is it Thou?'"
PART II , Book V, Chapter 5 ,
"The Grand Inquisitor"
|The Grand Inquisitor, 1983, (left panel), Ilya Glazunov|
|Golgotha, (central panel), 1983, Ilya Glazunov|
|Dostoyevsky, Night, 1986, Ilya Glazunov|
|The Great Experiment, 1990, Ilya Glazunov. His timing could hardly have been worse.|