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The Horizon book of the arts of Russia / by the editors of Horizon magazine ; editor: Thomas Froncek ; introductory essay: James H. Billington : consultant: S. Frederick Starr.


New York : American Heritage Pub. Company, [1970] .
ISBN 9780828101004, 0828101000

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Other Title Arts of Russia
Horizon (New York, N.Y.)
Other Authors Froncek, Thomas,
Subjects Arts, Russian.
Description 383 pages : illustrations (some color), map, plans, portraits ; 32 cm
Copyright Date [1970]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (page 375) and index.
Also issued online.
Contents The spirit of Russian art: an essay / James H. Billington -- Dominions of the spirit: churches and monasteries -- Images of faith: icons and frescoes -- The arts of the church: a gallery of treasures -- The peasants' wealth: folk arts and crafts -- Chronicles and tales: literature of early Russia -- Splendors of the court: palaces, riches, and regalia -- The arts of the academy: a gallery of painting and sculpture -- Masters of the pen: nineteenth-century writers -- The golden age: writing from Pushkin to Tolstoy -- The world of the stage: theater, music, and dance -- Russian renaissance: art in the new century -- Film, the newest art: a gallery of photographs -- The silver age: writing from Chekhov to Babel -- Utopian dreams: artists in revolt -- Soviet voices: writing from Fedin to Yevtushenko -- The popular imperative: the arts under the Soviets.
Geographic Area Soviet Union
Network Numbers (OCoLC)101007
(OCoLC)ocm00101007
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