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Итальянская живопись ‘до Рафаэля’ в творчестве Николая Рериха

Valentina Voytekunas    State Institute for Art Studies (SIAS), Moscow, Russia    



At the turn of the 20th century, interest in Italy and the artistic heritage of the Old Italian Masters, especially the Proto-Renaissance and Early Renaissance was a noticeable phenomenon in Russian culture. Painting ‘before Raphael’ became one of the most important sources that influenced the style and imagery of many Russian artists, including Nicholas Roerich. This article examines the factors that determined Roerich’s interest in early Italian art and analyzes the direct experience of the artist studying ancient painting in Italy, which was reflected in his artistic practice of the 1900s-1910s.

keywords: Nicholas Roerich. Italian painting. Perception. Reception. Interpretation. Influence. Art ‘before Raphael’. Proto-Renaissance. Quattrocento.

Lingua: ru

Pubblicato: 22 Dicembre 2020  
permalink: http://doi.org/10.30687/978-88-6969-462-2/008

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