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Andrei Rublev | Andrei Rublev. The Saviour. The icon from the Deisus Chin (Row), of ...

Russian art / Andrei Rublev / The Saviour. The icon from the Deisus Chin (Row), of Assumption Cathedral on the Gorodok in Zvenigorod.

Andrei Rublev (1360/1370 - 1427/1430) – Icon painter (Russian) Dead in Russia, Moscow. Details of artist on Google Art Project Title Русский: Апостол Петр из деисусного чина St Peter. From Deisus Tier Object type Icon painting Date Circa 1408 Medium Tempera on wood English: Tempera on wood Dimensions Height: 3,110 mm (122.44 in). Width: 1,040 mm (40.94 in). Current location State Russian Museum

This work was painted by the leading master of Old Russian icons — Andrei Rublev. The graphia (contour scratched on the chalk priming), light-green underpa.

Andrei Rublev is considered to be the greatest early Russian painter of Icons, frescoes and miniatures for illuminated manuscripts. There is little information about his life.

Andrei Rublev is considered to be the greatest early Russian painter of Icons, frescoes and miniatures for illuminated manuscripts.

Andrei Tarkovsky and Anatoly Solonitsyn on the set of Andrei Rublev (1966)

Andrei Tarkovsky and Anatoli Solonitsyne sur le tournage de Andrei Rublev

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