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Ivan Yakovlevich Bilibin (1878—1942)  King Pea. Cover magazine «Zhupel»  Paper on cardboard, watercolor
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Title: King Pea
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Ivan Yakovlevich Bilibin (1878—1942)
King Pea. Cover magazine «Zhupel»
Paper on cardboard, watercolor

Tsar Pea (Russian: Öàðü Ãîðîõ, Tsar Gorokh) is a character Russian folklore, a fictional tsar whose name literally means "pea".
Appellations to this name are used in a number of expressions as a reference to times immemorial, such as "during the times of Tsar Pea". It is used in some preambles of Russian fairy tales . In common speech it often bears an ironical sense, as an indication to unbelievable or obsolete circumstances.
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Ivan Yakovlevich Bilibin (1878—1942)  Illustration 1 for the book Ivan Yakovlevich Bilibin (1878—1942)  King Pea. Cover magazine «Zhupel»  Paper on cardboard, watercolorIvan Yakovlevich Bilibin (1878—1942)  Illustration for the book fairy tale
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