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The history of the collections of decorative and applied art begins in 1895, when the nascent Russian Museum was awarded the Mikhailovsky Palace. Its former owners left part of the palace decor behind them when they left, including the entire heritage of Karl Rossi. Fresh acquisitions were made in the late 1920's and early 1930's. Back then, the museum already possessed a fine collection of porcelain, glass and furniture. This was added to by the unique trellises of St Petersburg and a wide collection of precious metals. Not many Russian museums today can present Russian applied art as diversely and fully as the Russian Museum.
The film tells us about one of the depositories of the Russian museum which holds Old Russian Art.
This film tells about major icon types of St. Nicholas of Myra - one of the most respectable saints of Russia. You will see the masterpieces of Orthodox Russian Art, wood sculptures, examples of old-Russian embroidering, statuaries.
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Прикладное искусство Руси на выставке "Осень русского средневековья". Часть 2
О. В. Клюканова, С.М. Новаковская-Бухман30 April 2019
Между старым и новым: иконопись и ювелирное искусство первой половины – середины XVII века
И. А. Шалина30 March 2019
Лекция "Осень русского средневековья". Выставка искусства XVII века в Русском музее
П.В. Западалова26 March 2019
"The Ambon as the Heritage of Prelate Macarius. Discoveries. Restoration. Conservation. A Lecture
Ж.А. Максименко, К.С. Чарыкова18 May 2017
"Treasures of Ancient Russia from the Russian Museum Collection". A Lecture
С.М. Новаковская-Бухман29 April 2016
Лекция «Клады Древней Руси». Часть вторая
С.М. Новаковская-Бухман15 January 2016
Лекция «Клады Древней Руси». Часть первая
С.М. Новаковская-Бухман22 December 2015