Russian Bronze : Encyclopedia of Russian Antiques

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Russian Bronzes. Encyclopedia of Russian Antiques
Igor Sychev
A project by Arkady Gaidamak with Igor Sychev
Series: Encyclopedia of Russian Antiques.
Trilistnik Publishing House. 2003. 232 pp.

Russian Bronzes is the first volume of the planned encyclopedia of Russian antiques "Àkànt." This book has been prepared by State Hermitage researcher Yu.O. Sychev and attempts to present in all their diversity of forms and typology bronze objects which were created by Russian masters from the 18th to early 20th centuries. Alongside Russian artisans there were a huge number of foreign masters who were engaged in the production of works in bronze. For them the enormous expanse of the Russian Empire was something new and unusual: the freedom to create, the relations with their client and even nature itself. What came to be called "Russian bronzes" was the fruit of this peculiar combination.

This volume is particularly valuable due to its numerous illustrations of the best examples of Russian decorative bronzes and light fixtures from the collections of museums in Moscow and St Petersburg, many published here for the first time. The book has a glossary of terms and guide to the masters. This publication is intended for museum staff, antiques dealers, collectors and all those who love beautiful things.

Russian Bronzes. Encyclopedia of Russian Antiques.
A project by Arkady Gaidamak with Igor Sychev




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