Russian porcelain in the Hermitage collection by L. Nikiforova

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The Museum of the Imperial Porcelain Factory The Staraya Derevnya Restoration and Storage Centre What's On News Explore Collection Highlights Collection Online Permanent Exhibitions Buildings and Rooms of the Hermitage.

Gosudarstvennyĭ Ėrmitazh (Russia). Russian porcelain in the Hermitage Collection. Leningrad: Aurora, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Li︠u︡dmila Rostislavovna Nikiforova; Gosudarstvennyĭ Ėrmitazh (Russia).

Russian Porcelain in the Hermitage Museum Hardcover – Import, January 1, by L. (compiler) Nikiforova (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover, Import, January 1, 4/5(1). The Museum of the Imperial Porcelain Factory The Staraya Derevnya Restoration and Storage Centre What's On News How to visit the Hermitage.

Latest Information Explore Collection Highlights Collection Online Permanent Exhibitions. The IPM has recently started to produce hand-made copies of porcelain from the range of Imperial porcelain exhibited in the State Hermitage Museum collection.

This range includes dinner sets, collectable plates, vases, figurines from the famous series of the Russian Peoples and other porcelain items from the assortment of porcelain made here Founded: Saint Petersburg, Russia (). Hermitage, in full the State Hermitage Museum, Russian Gosudarstvenny Ermitazh, art museum in St.

Petersburg founded in by Catherine the Great as a court museum. It adjoined the Winter Palace and served as a private gallery for the art amassed by the empress. Under Nicholas I the Hermitage was reconstructed (–52), and it was opened to the public in Hermitage online shop, Hermitage museum, souvenirs, reproductions, canvas, hermitage tickets.

Set up on the basis of the historical collection of the Lomonosov Porcelain Factory Museum, it was put under the care of the Hermitage in February O items include examples of porcelain produced by the Factory from its inception in until the revolution, through the Soviet period as well as the post-Soviet era.

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These included over vases, bronzes and a number of marble statues. The Hermitage acquired Madonna Litta, which was then attributed to Leonardo, inand Raphael's Connestabile Madonna in In in Paris, Alexander III of Russia acquired the collection of Alexander Basilewski, featuring European medieval and Renaissance artifacts.

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Top 15 Canvas; Austria XVIII-XIX; Britain XV-XIX; Germany XVI-XX; Holland XVII-XVIII; Spain XV-XIX; Italy XIII-XVIII; China XII.

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The splendid original service was created for the Empress by the famous Russian porcelain artist Dmitry Vinogradov. Russian porcelain has long been appreciated for its fineness, elegance, lightness and resonance. The services that were made for the imperial families later passed to the Hermitage collection.

A year later, A. Yatskevich interpreted her pattern and created the famous cobalt net that gives elegancy and rigor to snow-white porcelain.

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Rubens' paintings hold special meaning for Marina in The Madonnas of Leningrad and she spends a great deal of time committing the finer details of his works to memory.

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