Lennuk (Triik)

Lennuk is a painting by Nikolai Triik of 1910,[1] depicting Lennuk,[2] the ship of Kalevipoeg, son of Kaleva, from the Estonian national epic Kalevipoeg.

Lennuk
Estonian: Lennuk
Nikolai Triik, Lennuk.jpg
ArtistNikolai Triik
Year1910 (1910)
Mediumtempera and pastel on paper
SubjectLennuk, the ship of Kalevipoeg
Dimensions73.8 cm × 137 cm (29.1 in × 54 in)
LocationKumu Art Museum, Tallinn
OwnerArt Museum of Estonia

The work measures 73.8 cm by 137 cm and is painted in tempera and pastel on paper.[1]

It is part of the collection of the Art Museum of Estonia and is exhibited in the Kumu Art Museum in Tallinn.[1]

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  1. ^ a b c Eesti Kunstimuuseum: Lennuk (in Estonian)
  2. ^ "Lennuk" is also the Estonian word for "aeroplane"

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