JEAN BLANKOFF (Brussels, Belgium) ENCOLPIA AND PHYLACTERIES IN OLD RUSSIA , Thirty years ago in the West, Russian art was almost unheard of, not only by cultured individuals, but even by Slavic and Byzantine scholars. A handful of Russian emigres (N. Kondakov, P. Muratov,, and A. Grabar, among others) wrote articles that attracted the attention of a limited circle of specialists, . Byzantine scholars for'the most part. ' In Russia itself, N. Sychev, A. Anisimov, D. Ainalov, I. Grabar', V. Laza- rev, M. Alpatov, and a few others wrote a series of fundamental and excellent articles which are now being republished. These early studies dealt essen- tially with restoration work, church architecture, monumental painting ("fres- ' coes"), and icons, which were then being discovered by art historians. Ap- plied arts, such as religious embroidery (various types of sacerdotal orna- ments, epitaphia, and so on), liturgical silverware, small carved icons, encol- pia and phylacteries, and so on, rarely attracted any interest. The past thirty years have been witness to immense progress in the study of Old Russian architecture, and painting. Monographs, art collections, more or less scholarly or commercial albums, and tourist guides are constantly bye- ing published and
Russian History – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 2001
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