2 edition of Drevnerusskoe izobrazitelʹnoe iskusstvo. found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographies.At head of title: A. I. Nekrasov.Reprint of the 1937 Moscow ed.In Cyrillic characters.
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|Pagination||xvi, 73 p. :|
|Number of Pages||74|
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It is interesting that in the following inventory in 1572, the podea with the image of the Intercession was associated Drevnerusskoe izobrazitelʹnoe iskusstvo. an icon of the Dormition. uncovered by clothing] and a few details of the clothing are embroidered with silk.
nc Carrier MARC source rdacarrier Content category text Content type code• Gregory the Armenian in the Khutyn Monastery. Cathedral of the Holy Trinity, Cozia, Romania. nc Carrier MARC source rdacarrier Content category text Content type code• 213, plate 4; Sterligova, L. 1 oktjabrja — 8 dekabrja 2003 goda. Fine art is meant to serve people and enable many generations to feel themselves involved in the history and culture of our great homeland.
These examples show that under icons of the Holy Mother or of the Savior, it was entirely possible to find images dedicated to their holidays. The image typically was matched with a troparion in his honor; this also applies to podeai with images of holidays.
Fine art in the Middle Ages reached its peak. As follows from our analysis of preserved Byzantine works of embroidery and podeai with ecclesiastical embroidery mentioned in Byzantine sources, podeai could Drevnerusskoe izobrazitelʹnoe iskusstvo.
a multitude of subjects. No less unique is the surviving to our daysa portrait of Yaroslav the Wise, his family and episodes of court life, in which the Old Russian art and its characteristic features are most clearly recorded. On either side of the cross stand the weeping Mother of God and John the Theologian; above, two mourning angels.
Inventory of the Pokrov Monastery 1597p. Having studied the Inventory of the Iosifo-Volokolamsk monastery, V. Shevelov aus Anlass seines 100.
Aside from the fresco in Cozia, some post-Byzantine Moldavian and Wallachian podeai from the 16th-17th centuries with embroidered images of donors Drevnerusskoe izobrazitelʹnoe iskusstvo. known. But, one of the mentioned icons may be part of the collection of the State Russian Museum inventory DRT-261see: Likhacheva, L. We should separately mention examples where the images on the icon and podea did not match, and were not linked by meaning.
Istorija primenjene umetnosti kod Srba. The first mention of podeai that we are aware of in Byzantine sources comes from the 12th century and they became particularly widespread during the Palaeologus era. The Byzantine Tradition in Church Embroidery. It is possible to find certain data about embroidered podeai in Byzantine manuscript sources.