Support BladeForums! Paid memberships don't see ads! I recently visited the Russian museum (art gallery) in Malaga, southern Spain, it houses some amazing old paintings on loan from the major Russian art galleries. Below are a few of the many axes & weapons depicted in various paintings as best I could catch them with a phone! Sorry the measurements are metric, these paintings are HUGE. 1891 - Siege of the Trinity & St Sergius monastery - Varsely Vereshchagin - 2.82 X 4.58 metres. Details- 1866 - Battle of Grengam on 27th July 1720 - Alexei Bogolyubov - 2.3 X 3.8 metres. A favourite of mine, this fantastic carved chair, sadly I didn't record the information but remember it was oak. 1879 - Pugachev's Judgement - Varsily Perov - 2.36 X 3.3 metres. Hope you like these images, anyone any more axe related artwork to add?