Танец среди мечей.
Вид дворца Hampton court
с высоты птичьего полета. Англия, начало
Пейзаж с красным домом.
Икона "Святитель Николай
Конец XVI века.
Предмет из Гурьевского сервиза.
Tatiana Karpova. Henrick Serniradsky
The life story of the "Last Classic" in Russian art. The narrative is
rooted in the context of contemporary controversy about the art as
public affair and the art seen as sublime object. This is the first
attempt of a monographical article about the outstanding master of the
Filip Chirko. The
Pre-Reform Acaderny of Fine Arts.
Excerpts from the diaries of Chirko, a
painter who studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in 1879-1891. The
diaries provide a unique inight into the mores and customs of the
Academy alongside the portraits of contemporary professors. The diary
was discovered in the archives of the Chernigiv Museum of Fine Arts and
prepared for publication by Tatiana Gesnashansky.
The Imperial Academy of
Fine Arts Through the Portraits of Its Presidents l756- 1917).
Portraits of the
most notable Presidents of the Imperial Academy of Fine Arts, from its
founder I. I. Shuvalov to the famous enlightener I. I. Betskoi, the
benefactor and collector of arts A. S. Stroganov, the outstanding
archivists A. I. Musin-Pushkin and A. N. Olenin, Grand Duchess Maria
Nikolaevna and Grand Duke Vladimir Alexandrovich.
Varvara Rakina. Algelbra &
Notes on the Technical and Technological Peculiarities of the Russian
Academic School of Fine Arts. The essay argues that the Russian
Academic School lacked technical mastery because of the lack of
traditional guild instruction.
Elena Gordon. The Academism
As Unclear Object of Desire.
The panaromaic view
of European academism, its particularities grown from the Russian soil.
The article uncovers thesecret of aesthetical charm of Academic arts
and its vulnerabilities.
Candace Clements. The
Academs and the Other: Les Graces S Le Genre Galant.
particularities of studies in female nudity and the role of mythical
sujets in the French fine arts of the eighteenth century. Involves
paintings, drawings, and theoretical treatises.
Ekaterina Andreeva. The
An analysis of
artistic practices of the New Academe led by Timur Novikov. Andreeva
argues the purely St. Petersburg's nature of the phenomenon which grew
from the local artistic landscape and provides a review of critical
Everything That Shines Is Gold.
The first attempt in
Russian art criticism to employ the notion of "camp", (a term of Susan
Sonntag), or the art of the taste that emerges in liminal spaces of
The sales of Russian
Academic art since 1975.
Irina Popova. Decorative
Vases of the Gurtev Service Manufactured al the Imperial Porcelain
Factory After the Models by Sergei Pimenov. The archival research
allows to determine the exact compotured bases created between 1809 and
1816 for the Guriev service.
Rimsky-Korsakov. The History of Famou,s Fallacy: The Kulikovo Battle
The story of misattribution of the picture long since considered the
first historical painting in Russian art. The canvas once ascribed to
A. Matveev and I. Nikitin proved in fact to be creation of the late
seventeenth century German artist.
Aneta Bas. The Lost Version
of an Academic Program.
The contested attribution of The Death of Hector, a canvas fromthe
Samara Museum of Fine Arts. The author argues he favor of Alexander
Wittberg best known for his abortive project of Christ The Savior
cathedral a top the Vorobiov hills in Moscow.
Alexander Ivanitsky. About
the Meaning of Academism in General and the Russian Academism in
The civilization of St. Petersburg nobility created by Peter the Great
as an artifact of Academism.
The Academics in
Selection of the most important masterpieces at the Russian art market
(december 96 — january 97).
Igor Kibitzer. The Gollectible Autos at the Christie's rara car.
Recent (1995 -1996)
sales of rare cars.
Rifat Gafiffulin. The Garage of Nickolas II.
The first venture
into the history of car collecting by the last
Russian Emperor. Uses the archives of the Imperial Household Ministry.
Between the Private and the Public. The roundtable discussion by major
experts of the experiences in art collecting by corporate agencies
during the last six years.
Reports about the significant exhibitions of old and modern art in
Russia and abroad (December 1996—JaI ace 1997).
Opinions concerning the most recent art fairs.
The analysis of sales results at the arts auctions of the old.
European masters and Russian art (London. December
The anouncements of forthcoming art fairs (March 1996)
Chronicles of a journey
Sofia Pokrovskaia. London
The journal devoted
to the arts curiousities of British capital.
The Criminal Chronicles
considered stolen as of january 1997.