One of Russia's most famous paintings, The Boyar's Wedding, completed in 1883, depicts a feast as a toast is being made to the newlyweds who are supposed to kiss in response to it so that the wine in the silver cups becomes sweeter. The guests wear richly embroidered garments, the bride and several women wear traditional pearl-studded kokoshniki (crown). A boyar was the highest of noblemen in old Russia. This magnificent replica is skillfully hand painted in Russia and mounted within a handsome frame. About 23" x 15".
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