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Author:
George Heard Hamilton
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978-0300053265
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0300053266
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Yale University Press; 3 edition (September 10, 1976)
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This revised and updated history confines itself to Russia west of the Urals, the Russia whose artistic beginnings lay in the response . In the first centuries the arts flourished and developed in the independent states and principalities.

This revised and updated history confines itself to Russia west of the Urals, the Russia whose artistic beginnings lay in the response of a newly settled people to the impact of Christianity and the Byzantine Empire.

Hamilton has created an excellent primer on Russian Art & Architecture, including an extensive bibliography especially geared for the Western reader who cannot read Russian.

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George Heard Hamilton. This revised and updated history confines itself to Russia west of the Urals, the Russia whose artistic beginnings lay in the response of a newly settled people to the impact of Christianity and the Byzantine Empire. In the first centuries the arts flourished and developed in the independent states and principalities, but gradually native schools in centres like Novgorod and Kiev gave way to centralization based on Moscow. The Yale University Press Pelican History of Art Series. Richard Ettinghausen, Oleg Grabar, and Marilyn Jenkins-Madi. This revised and updated history confines itself to Russia west of the Urals, the Russia whose artistic beginnings lay in the response of a newly settled people to the impact of Christianity and the Byzantine Empire

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Neoclassical architecture in Russia developed in the second half of the 18th century, especially after Catherine the Great succeeded to the throne on June 28, 1762, becoming Empress of Russia.

This revised and up-dated history confines itself to Russia west of the Urals, the Russia whose artistic beginnings lay in the response of a newly settled people to the impact of Christianity and the Byzantine Empire. In the first centuries the arts flourished and developed in the independent states and principalities, but gradually native schools in centres like Novgorod and Kiev gave way to centralization based on Moscow. From the emergence of Russia under Peter the Great until the late 19th century, specifically Russian qualities gave way to Western European inspiration and advice. However, as the 19th century developed, there was a reaction from foreign domination and this led to the rediscovery of native traditions.