Portrait of the stage producer Vsevolod Meyerhold Meyerhold established his own theatre in Moscow in He was initially an enthusiastic supporter of the new Soviet Theatre after the Revolution but became an opponent of Socialist Realism and fell foul of the crackdown on avantgarde art imposed by Stalins regime in the s His theatre was closed in and the following year he was arrested tortured and forced to sign a confession stating he had worked for the British and Japanese intelligence agencies He was executed in Found in the collection of the State Russian Museum St Petersburg
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