The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York has relabeled the artists Ivan Aivazovsky, Arkhyp Kuindzhi, and Ilya Repin as "Ukrainian." This actually got picked up by the Russian press and has been met with some irritation but also amusement since Aivazovsky was Armenian and Kuindzhi Pontic Greek.
The Russians actually named Crimea's airport after Aivazovsky but the Ukrainians insist on using the name of a Crimean Tatar pilot, so it really makes you wonder why they're going out of their way to claim the heritage of those they don't really pay much deference to (whereas the three artists are all on RT's Prominent Russians
page). Childish behavior.
The label for an Arkhyp Kuindzhi painting now also makes note of Russian troops’ destruction of his art.