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Icon Painting of the Armory Chamber Exhibited at Andrei Rublev Museum
25.12.2017 13:21
Icon Painting of the Armory Chamber Exhibited at Andrei Rublev Museum

The Andrei Rublev Central Museum of Ancient Russian Culture and Art will display masterpieces of icon paintings from private collections.

      These were created by artists of the royal icon-painting studio in the Armory Chamber of Moscow. The visitors will see more than 50 icons that trace the evolution of the Russian icon painting style from the 1670s to the middle of the 18th century. Almost all the works will be exhibited for the first time.

      The staple of the show will be the icon of the Mother of God from the marching iconostasis of Tsar Alexis Mikhailovich of the early 1670s.

      Among the presented exhibits, signed works by the masters of the Armory Chamber - Ivan Ushak, Yegor Grek and others - are of special value.

      The exhibition will be running from 28 December 2017 to 4 March 2018.

      The Andrei Rublev Central Museum of Ancient Russian Culture and Art is located at the address: 10, Andron'evskaya Square, near Ploshchad Ilyicha and Rimskaya metro stations, Moscow.


      Find details on the official website of the museum 


Sources: http://museum.ru 

Author: Vera Ivanova

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