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Gerol’d I. Vzdornov

Translator Valerii G. Dereviagin

Series-editor Marybeth Sollins

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Gerol’d I. Vzdornov

Translator Valerii G. Dereviagin

Series-editor Marybeth Sollins

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Gerol’d I. Vzdornov

Translator Valerii G. Dereviagin

Series-editor Marybeth Sollins

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Gerol’d I. Vzdornov

Translator Valerii G. Dereviagin

Series-editor Marybeth Sollins

Series:

Gerol’d I. Vzdornov

Translator Valerii G. Dereviagin

Series-editor Marybeth Sollins

Series:

Gerol’d I. Vzdornov

Translator Valerii G. Dereviagin

Series-editor Marybeth Sollins

Series:

Gerol’d I. Vzdornov

Translator Valerii G. Dereviagin

Series-editor Marybeth Sollins

Series:

Gerol’d I. Vzdornov

Translator Valerii G. Dereviagin

Series-editor Marybeth Sollins

Series:

Gerol’d I. Vzdornov

Translator Valerii G. Dereviagin

Series-editor Marybeth Sollins

Series:

Gerol'd I. Vzdornov

This is the first study in any language to trace the emergence of the art historical interest in icon painting in the nineteenth century with its evident impact on the course of Russian modernism in the twentieth century. Given the surge in popularity of the Russian avant-garde, a book devoted to the gradual awareness of the artistic value of icons and their effect on Russian aesthetics is timely. The discoveries, the false starts, the incompetence, the interaction of dilettantes and academics, the meddling of tsars and church officials, all make for a fascinating tale of growing cultural awarenss. It is a story that prepares the ground for the explosioin of Russian cultural creativity and acceptability in the early twentieth century.