1) Photograph of Pushkin Museum, 1937 with Schulkin’s Matisses in place.
2) Henri Matisse, Zorah on the Terrace, 1910, oil on canvas, 116 x 100 cm, Pushkin Museum, Moscow.
3) Andrei Rublëv, The Archangel Michael, 1410s, tempera on wood, 158 x 108 cm, Tretyakov, Moscow.
4) Photograph of Oustroukhov & Tretyakov staff in front of Viktor Vasnetsov’s Bogyars.
5) Boris Kustodiev, Portrait of Igor Grabar, Art Historian & Restorer, 1916, oil on canvas, 83.5 x 61.7 cm, Private Coll, Moscow.
6) Photograph of Tretyakov board with Grabar.
7) Boris Kustodiev, Portrait of A. I. Anisimov, Art Historian & Restorer, 1915, oil on card and board, State Russian Museum, St Petersburg.
8) Andrei Rublëv, The Apostle Paul, 1410s, tempera on wood, 160 x 109 cm, Tretyakov, Moscow.
9) Andrei Rublëv, Christ the Saviour, 1410s, tempera on wood, 158 x 106 cms, Tretyakov, Moscow.
10) Andrey Rublëv, Icon of the Old Testament Trinity, 1411 or 1425-27, tempera on wood, 142 x 114 cm, Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow.
11) The Praying Novgorodians, 1467, Novgorod School, oil on wood, 57 x 42 cm, Museum of Architecture and Ancient Monument, Novgorod.
12) Theotokos of Vladimir (Our Lady of Vladimir), c. 1130, orig in Constantinople, transferred to Vladimir, thence to Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow.
13) Diagram of the repairs and touch-ups of the Vladimir Mother of God, reproduced from A.I. Anisimov’s Our Lady of Vladimir, translation, Prague, 1928.
14) Gold Cover for the Vladimir Mother of God.
15) Boris Kustodiev, Portrait of Tsar Nicholas II, 1915, oil on canvas, location unknown.
16) Photograph of the Romanov Family, 1913-14.
17) Church on the Blood, Yekaterinburg.
18) Leonardo da Vinci, The Mona Lisa, c. 1503-6, oil on canvas, 77 x 53 cms, Museé du Louvre, Paris.
19) Kazimir Malevich, Composition with Mona Lisa, 1914, oil, collage, and graphite on canvas, State Russian Museum, St Petersburg.
20) Fernand Léger, Mona Lisa with Keys, 1930, oil on canvas, Musée National Fernand Leger, Biot.
21) Kazimir Malevich, The Black Square, aka Black Suprematic Square, 1915, oil on linen, 79.5 x 79.5, Tretyakov, Moscow.
22) Malevich’s Room at the 0.10 Exhibition.
23) Tatlin’s room at the 0.10 exhibition.
24) Photo of Vladimir Tatlin.
25) Photo of Kazimir Malevich.
26) Lyubov Sergeyevna Popova, The Pianist, oil on canvas, 106.5 x 88.7 cm, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa.
27) El Lissitzky, Street Poster, Beat the Whites with the Red Wedge, 1919-20, colour lithograph, 53 x 70 cms, Lenin Library, Moscow.
28) Photograph of Marc Chagall in 1920.
29) Marc Chagall, Introduction to the Jewish Theatre, 1920, oil on canvas, Tretyakov, Moscow.
30) Boris Kustodiev, The Bolshevik, 1920, oil on canvas, 101 x 141 cm, Tretyakov, Moscow.
31) Boris Kustodiev, Self-Portrait before Trinity Lavra of St. Sergius, 1912, tempera on board, 100x85cm, Uffizi.
32) Boris Kustodiev, Shrove Tide, 1916, oil on canvas, 35.04 x 75 inches, State Russian Museum, St Petersburg.
33) Kuzma Sergeevich Petrov-Vodkin, Bathing the Red Horse, 1912, oil on canvas, 160 x 186 cm, Tretyakov, Moscow.
34) Kuzma Sergeevich Petrov-Vodkin, Petrograd Madonna, or 1918 in Petrograd, 1920, oil on canvas, 73 x 92, Tretyakov, Moscow.
35) Abram Arkhipov, Woman in Red, 1919, oil on canvas, 115 x 85 cm, Art Museum, Gorky.
36) Kazimir Malevich, Red Square: Painterly Realism of a Peasant Woman in Two Dimensions, 1915, oil on canvas, 53 x 53 cm, State Russian Museum, St Petersburg.
37) Giorgy Ryazhsky, The Chairwoman, 1928, oil on canvas, 99 x 61 cms, Tretyakov, Moscow.
38) Yevgeny Katzman, The Kaliazin Lacemakers, 1928, pastel, red chalk, black pencil on paper, 91 x 142 cms, Tretyakov, Moscow.
39) Ilya Mashkov, Still-Life with Samovar, c. 1919, oil on canvas, 142 x 180 cm, State Russian Museum, St Petersburg.
40) Kazimir Malevich, Supremacist teapot, designed for the State Pottery Leningrad 1920-3, porcelain, 15.5 x 16.8 cms, Museum of State Porcelain works, St Petersburg.
41) Ilya Mashkov, Still Life with Skulls, 1910, oil on canvas, location unknown.
42) Zinaida Serebriakova, House of Cards, 1919, oil on canvas, 65 x 75,5 cms, Private Coll.
43) Natalia Goncharova, Angels and Aeroplanes, 1914, lithograph on paper, Mead Art Museum, Amherst College, Massachusetts.
44) Natalia Goncharova, Costume Sketch for an angel from the ballet Liturgy, 1915, watercolour on paper, Central Theatrical Museum, Moscow.
45) Novgorod School, Descent from the Cross, Icon of the Northern School of Russia, 15th century, Tretyakov Gallery.
46) Vladimir Tatlin, Composition from a Nude, 1913, oil on canvas, 143 x 108 cm, Tretyakov, Moscow.
47) Photo of cover of Gray’s Avant-Garde Experiment in Russia Art, pub. 1962.
48) Photograph of Camilla Gray and Oleg Prokofiev in New York.
49) Photo of Alfred H. Barr in Russia.
50) Nicholas Roerich, “And We See,” from the "Sancta" Series, 1922, oil on canvas, International Museum of the Roerichs, Moscow.
51) View of the Soviet Loan Exhibition at the Cleveland Museum showing copy of Rublëv’s Trinity, 1932.
52) Kazimir Malevich, Black Cross, Black Square (St Petersburg’s version), Black Circle hung together, State Russian Museum, St Petersburg.
53) Aleksander Mikhaylovich Gerasimov, Stalin and Voroshilov in the Kremlin after the Rain, 1938, oil on canvas, 296 x 386 cms, Tretyakov, Moscow.