Sof’ia Davydova and the Study of Lace in Imperial Russia

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Experiment

A Journal of Russian Culture

References

1

V. Stasov, Sobranie sochinenii V.V. Stasova, Tom IV. (St. Petersburg: Energiia, 1906), 365. Stasov believed “the study, collection, and publication of embroideries were [. . .] tasks particularly suited to women.” From Stasov as quoted in Wendy Salmond, Arts and Crafts in Late Imperial Russia: Reviving the Kustar Art Industries, 1870-1917 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1996), p. 48.

2

Stasov, p. 365. I thank James Joeriman for his help with translating the Stasov document.

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Stasov, p. 365.

12

Salmond, p. 49, Stasov, p. 366.

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Stasov, p. 366.

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  • Sof’ia Davydova, Undated. Photograph.
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  • Photograph from S. Davydova, Russkoe kruzhevo i russkiia kruzhevnitsy: Izsledovanie istoricheskoe, tekhnicheskoe i statisticheskoe, Tom ii (Russian Lace and Laceworkers: A Historical, Technical, and Statistical Paper, Volume ii), (St. Petersburg, 1892), iii.
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  • V. Tropinin: The Lacemaker, 1823. Oil on canvas. 74.7 × 59.3.

    © the state tretiakov gallery, moscow

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