(Art of Russia, Museums) 1985 - Rostov Enamels Rostov Yaroslavsky lies to the north-east of Moscow on the shores of the beautiful Lake Nero. This eleven-centuries-old town was renowne'd for its outstanding architects and its folk craftsmen who excelled in icon painting, wood-carving, embroidery and pottery. Today, Rostov is deservedly proud of its unique enamelled paintings. Back in the eighteenth century, the work of the Rostov goldsmith-enamellers was much prized and found its way into the famous Armoury in the Moscow Kremlin. The enamel painting of Rostov was revived at the beginning of the Soviet period. This was due in large measure to the efforts of the well-known Soviet artist Sergei Chekhonin, who gave a new lease of life to the neglected techniques and forms of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.
(Museums) 1982 - The Pushkin state museum-preserve 16 postcards with the image of exhibits and exhibits of the State Museum-reserve of Pushkin A. S. in Mikhailovskoye, Trigorskoye, Pushkinskie Gory, Svyatogorsky monastery and Savkin settlement.
(Art of Russia) 1972 Postnikova-Loseva M.M., Platonova N.G., Ulyanova B.L. Russian Niello Art The book exhibits niello art stored in the State Historical Museum. The authors give a description of the history of the origin and development of niello art in Russia.
(Museums) 1977 - The State Armoury of the Moscow Kremlin The State Armoury Museum in the Moscow Kremlin, the oldest Russian Museum, is an art treasure depository bearing witness to the growing economic and political might of Moscow, the centre of the united Russian principalities. The growing influence and power of Moscow in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries brought in their train the extensive building of churches and palaces. Magnificent church plate for state occasions became customary, as did expensive table services and precious items of personal adornment. Talented armourers, gold and silversmiths, wood and bone carvers, embroiderers and architects came to Moscow from all over Russia and from abroad. The Armoury is extremely popular. Every day thousands of visitors take away with them vivid impressions of the treasures they saw here.
(Museums) 1971 - Petrodvorets The book describes the attraction of Petrodvorets.
(Art of Russia/Architecture) 1969 Kostochkin V.V. Album. Feudal Architecture of Ancient Rus Some of the early Russian fortresses are superb historical monuments ranking as the world's best achievements in architecture. Their style, always explicit and individual, is reminiscent of the romantic exploits of the past. It is something that incarnates the heroism and courage of the Russian people, their love for the country and an immense effort dedicated to its defence and safe-guarding its interests.
(Art of Russia/Architecture) 1965 - Album. Russian Wooden Architecture In wooden architecture, Russian art reached a pinnacle of achievement.
(Museums) 1973 Potin V., Vahromeeva M., Babanov V. European cities on coins of the Sixteenth to Eighteenth centuries. The Hermitage museum European cities on coins of the Sixteenth to Eighteenth centuries.
(Art of Russia/Architecture, Museums) 1968 - Kirillo-Belozersky Museum of History, Art, and Architecture Views of the Ferapontov monastery and Kirillo-Belozersky monastery.
(Art of Russia/Architecture, Russian regions/Crimea) 1983 Venikeev E. The Architecture of Sevastopol Guide to the architecture of Sevastopol, the history of its development, interesting buildings and monuments.
(Russian regions/Crimea) 1982 - Crimea. Guide There are corners on our earth so beautiful that each time you - visit them they give you a sense of happiness.
(Russian history/Phaleristics, Russian history/Numismatics) 1974 - Medals and coins of the Age of Peter the Great Among the art treasures left us by that stormy epoch of Russian history, the late seventeenth and the first quarter of the eighteenth centuries, coins and medals occupy a prominent place. Their importance as a source of historical knowledge was fully appreciated by Lomonosov who referred to them in his works as 'numismatic history'.
(Animal breeding) 1983 Barmintsev Yu.N., Kozhevnicov Ye.V. Horse Breedings in the USSR An album acquaints with development of the horse breeding in the USSR, breeds, tribal work, use of horse, olympic (classic) types of equestrianism, national equestrian games. Counted on the workers of this industry, and also all, who loves horse. This album - about a horse, true friend and helper of man during millenniums, about the variety of horse breeds, role and value of horse in life of modern society, new stage of development of the horse breeding.
(Museums) 1968 Belov G. The collection of terracota statuettes from Tanagra The collection of terracota statuettes from Tanagra is one of the most valuable treasures of the State Hermitage. This collection was purchased from P. A. Saburov in 1884. P. A. Saburov was a connoisseur and lover of antique art who had collected his statuettes in Greece.
(Art of Russia/Painting) 1990 Shuvalova I. Ivan Shishkin This new title in the series Nineteenth-Century Russian Painters is devoted to Ivan Ivanovich Shishkin (1832 - 1898). One of the major exponents of realist landscape painting, Shishkin contributed to the Russian art treasury such classical works as Forest Vistas, Rye, Pines Lit Up by the Sun and Mast-tree Grove. He was a founding-member of the Society for Circulating Art Exhibitions and Professor at the St Petersburg Academy of Arts. Soon to appear in this series are books about Valentin Serov, Arkhip Kuindzhi, Victor Vasnetsov and Vasily Surikov.