Religious engravings of the 18th - 20th centuries from the collection of the Russian Museum Automatic translate
On August 23, the Mikhailovsky Castle opened the exhibition Religious Lubok, which presents the best works of folk art dedicated to various spiritual subjects of Christianity.
Initially, Lubok was considered a purely form of folk art and some works, especially those coming from other countries, were even prohibited for distribution by censorship. However, their laconicism and accessibility of images ensured the extreme popularity of this folk art form. Therefore, many modern artists seek to comprehend the art of creating popular prints, for the embodiment of their ideas.
In order for museum visitors to appreciate the sophistication of the best religious works of popular art, the exposition also includes characteristic engravings of folk artists. Thus, the clergy of the clergy, demonstrating significant events from the Old Testament and the Gospel, will coexist with comic stories in pictures and folk tales. However, this only enhances the overall impression of the works presented at the exhibition.
It should be noted that printed sheets often replaced expensive icons in villages, so they were created no less skillfully! It will be possible to get acquainted with this exposition, which is being held for the first time, until September 24.
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