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Russian art

Russian art and architecture

art and architecture: Russian

Making modern art Russian Artists, Moscow politics and the Tretiakov Gallery during the First World War

art and architecture: Russian

Art—Russia

Classical Art and Russian Identity

Official Art Organizations in the Emerging Markets of China and Russia

Rocks, Art, and Sex: The “Culture Wars” Come to Russia?

Stuart, John Spencer Innes [Johnny] (1940-2003), Russian scholar and art historian

First There Was the Word: Early Russian Texts on Modern Jewish Art

Alison Hilton. Russian Folk Art. (Indiana-Michigan Series in Russian and East European Studies.) Bloom-ington: Indiana University Press. 1995. Pp. xxi, 356; 20 plates. $39.95

BLAKESLEY, Rosalind Polly (born 1970), Reader in Russian and European Art, University of Cambridge, since 2013; Fellow of Pembroke College, Cambridge, since 2002

Restitution by Russia of Works of Art Removed from German Territory at the End of the Second World War

President of the Russian Federation, Constitutional judicial proceedings, No 6-P, Collection of Laws of the Russian Federation, 31 March 2014, No 13, art 1527, ILDC 2737 (RU 2014), 19th March 2014, Constitutional Court

Procès-Verbal of the Commission (Roumania and Russia) for the Delimitation of the Territory retroceded to Russia by Art. XLV of the Treaty of Berlin, signed at Bucharest, 5(17) December 1878

Andrew L. Jenks. Russia in a Box: Art and Identity in an Age of Revolution. DeKalb: Northern Illinois University Press. 2005. Pp. ix, 264. $38.00

Convention between Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Great Britain, Hesse, Italy, Prussia, Russia, Saxony and Sweden-Norway for the Facilitation of the Exchange of Works of Art etc., signed at Paris, 1867

 

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From the conversion of Russia to Orthodox Christianity in 988, until the reign of Peter the Great (ruled 1682–1725), art on Russian soil was essentially an importation of ecclesiastical models ...

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