How to travel to Siberia. Illustration from “The History of Siberian” SU Remezov. The end of the XVII century.

The end of the XVII century.

Treaty of Pereyaslav. January 8, 1654 Artist M.Hmelko

Artist M.Hmelko

Hetman Bohdan Khmelnytsky.

B. Gondiusa engraving. XVII.

B. Gondiusa engraving. XVII.

Battle of Pilyavtsah. Lithograph with original Lebedev

Lithograph with original Lebedev

Chapter Ambassadors order AL Ordin-Naschokin. Unknown. artist. XVII.

Unknown. artist. XVII.

Salt works on the river. Mshage. From the book by Palmkvista. XVII.

From the book by Palmkvista. XVII.

Boyar Morozov. Artist V.Surikov. 1887

 Artist V.Surikov. 1887

The schism.

Stepan Razin.

Artist V. Surikov. 1903-1910.
Artist V. Surikov. 1903-1910.

The uprising in Kolomenskoye. 1662 Artist E. Lissner.

 Artist E. Lissner.

The uprising at the Kremlin July 3, 1648 Artist E. Lissner

 Artist E. Lissner

Volga have to. Nikolsky, near Balakhna. Watercolor.

The end of the XVIII century

The end of the XVIII century.

Russian peasants XVII.

Engraving from the book by A. Oleary. XVII.

Engraving from the book by A. Oleary. XVII.

Council Code Section 1649 of the fugitive peasants.

1649
Fragment.

Colourless crystal glass with diamond-cutting, ormol St. Petersburg Imperial Glass Factory

The History Museum in Moscow takes pride in its collections of decorative and applied art, including an extensive collection of Russian art glass which reflects the entire history of glass-making in this country, beginning with the seventeenth century. Moscow and the districts surrounding it were among the oldest centres of Russian glass industry, active since…

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Tankard and candlestick

1850s Uranium glass with facet-cutting and gilded decoration; silver mounts by Frederik Bjork St. Petersburg Imperial Glass Factory

1850s
Uranium glass with facet-cutting and
gilded decoration; silver mounts by Frederik Bjork
St. Petersburg Imperial Glass Factory

Pitcher

1850s Colourless glass and gold ruby glass with gilded decoration and enamelling; silver cover St. Petersburg Imperial Glass Factory History Museum, Moscow

Pitcher. 1850s
Colourless glass and gold ruby glass with gilded decoration and enamelling; silver cover St. Petersburg Imperial Glass Factory History Museum, Moscow

Beaker

Late 1700s Violet glass with gilded decoration St. Petersburg Imperial Glass Factory History Museum, Moscow

Late 1700s
Violet glass with gilded decoration
St. Petersburg Imperial Glass Factory
History Museum, Moscow

Chalice

Late 1700s or early 1800s Milk and violet glass with gildinj, silver and enamel decoration Bakhmetyev Glasshouse History Museum, Moscow

Late 1700s or early 1800s Milk and violet glass with gildinj, silver and enamel decoration Bakhmetyev Glasshouse History Museum, Moscow

Early

1900s Colourless and coloured glass, etching Gus-Khrustalny Glassworks History Museum, Moscow

Early 1900s
Colourless and coloured glass, etching Gus-Khrustalny Glassworks History Museum, Moscow

Quadripartite carafe

Late 1700s or early 1800s Colourless glass with gilded decoration St. Petersburg Imperial Glass Factory History Museum, Moscow

Late 1700s or early 1800s Colourless glass with gilded decoration St. Petersburg Imperial Glass Factory History Museum, Moscow

Vase

1880s Colourless glass with blue and milk-coloured filigree decoration St. Petersburg Imperial Glass Factory History Museum, Moscow

1880s
Colourless glass with blue and milk-coloured filigree decoration St. Petersburg Imperial Glass Factory History Museum, Moscow

Vase

1860s Colourless glass, milk glass and gold ruby glass with facet-cutting Maltsov Glasshouse History Museum, Moscow

1860s
Colourless glass, milk glass
and gold ruby glass with facet-cutting
Maltsov Glasshouse
History Museum, Moscow

Bowl

1890s Yellow glass with lustre painting and enamelling Diatkovo Glassworks History Museum, Moscow

1890s
Yellow glass with lustre painting and enamelling Diatkovo Glassworks History Museum, Moscow

Tankard

1860s Light-blue smalt glass, with silver decoration and enamelling Bakhmetyev Glasshouse History Museum, Moscow

1860s
Light-blue smalt glass,
with silver decoration and enamelling
Bakhmetyev Glasshouse
History Museum, Moscow

Goblet

Late 1700s Blue glass with gilded decoration St. Petersburg Imperial Glass Factory History Museum, Moscow

Late 1700s
Blue glass with gilded decoration
St. Petersburg Imperial Glass Factory
History Museum, Moscow

Goblet

1750s Colourless glass with facet-cutting, engraving, gilding and niello St. Petersburg Glass Factory History Museum, Moscow

1750s
Colourless glass with facet-cutting, engraving, gilding and niello St. Petersburg Glass Factory History Museum, Moscow

Goblet with a scene of galanterie

1750s Colourless glass with facet-cutting, engraving and gilding Maltsov Glasshouse History Museum, Moscow

1750s
Colourless glass with facet-cutting,
engraving and gilding
Maltsov Glasshouse
History Museum, Moscow

Fancy goblet

Late 1600s Colourless and lilac glass, free blowing By Indrik Lerin, Izmailovo Glasshouse History Museum, Moscow

Late 1600s Colourless and lilac glass, free blowing By Indrik Lerin, Izmailovo Glasshouse History Museum, Moscow

Carafe and wine glasses. 1860s

Colourless and milk glass with facet-cutting and engraving St. Petersburg Imperial Glass Factory History Museum, Moscow

Colourless and milk glass with facet-cutting and engraving
St. Petersburg Imperial Glass Factory History Museum, Moscow

Carafe. Late 1700s

Gold ruby glass with gilded decoration St. Petersburg Imperial Glass Factory History Museum, Moscow

Gold ruby glass with gilded decoration St. Petersburg Imperial Glass Factory History Museum, Moscow

Lidded cup and goblet with a representation of Nike over the map of Europe 1810s

Lidded cup and goblet with a representation of Nike over the map of Europe 1810s

Colourless crystal glass with facet-cutting, gilding and enamelling; medallions of milk glass St. Petersburg Imperial Glass Factory History Museum, Moscow

Monument to Minin and Pozharsky in Moscow. Sculptor I. Martos. 1804-1818 years.

Monument to Minin and Pozharsky in Moscow. Sculptor I. Martos. 1804-1818 years.

The expulsion of Polish invaders from the Moscow Kremlin in 1612 Artist E.Lissner

The expulsion of Polish invaders from the Moscow Kremlin in 1612 Artist E.Lissner

Prince MV Skopin-Shumsky. Parsuna (portrait). The beginning of the XVII century

Prince MV Skopin-Shumsky. Parsuna (portrait). The beginning of the XVII century

Siege of Smolensk fortress troops Sigismund III in 1609 -1611 years. Engraving. The beginning of the XVII century.

Smolensk

Oath of False Dmitry I Polish King Sigismund III of the introduction of Catholicism in Russia. 1874

Oath of False Dmitry I

Kolomna. An engraving from the book by A. Oleary. XVII.

Kolomna. An engraving from the book by A. Oleary. XVII.

Holy Prince Dmitry, son of Ivan the Terrible. Icon of XVII century.

Holy Prince Dmitry, son of Ivan the Terrible. Icon of XVII century.

George. Ikona.XIV in. Paintings in the Church of the Nativity of the Virgin in Feropontove.

George. Ikona.XIV in. Paintings in the Church of the Nativity of the Virgin in Feropontove. Icon – demonstrates the mutual influence of the surrounding area and the nature of color forms of monumental painting. The frescoes are organically linked with the tectonics of interior and less saturated in color than the icons (especially material). Icons…

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Dionysius and his sons, 1502. A copy of the architectural murals. D.Vituhina. Karandish. Guasch.

Dionysius and his sons, 1502. A copy of the architectural murals. D.Vituhina. Karandish. Guasch.

Tsar Fedor Ivanovich. Parsuna (portrait). End of XVI – early XVII century.

Tsar Fedor Ivanovich. Parsuna (portrait). End of XVI - early XVII century.

Solovki Monastery. Corner St. Nicholas Tower. XVI century.

Solovki Monastery. Corner St. Nicholas Tower. XVI century.

Monument to the first printer Ivan Fyodorov in Moscow. Sculptor S. Volnukhin. 1909

Monument to the first printer Ivan Fyodorov in Moscow. Sculptor S. Volnukhin. 1909

“The Apostle” – the first Russian dated book printed by Ivan Fyodorov in Moscow. 1564

The Apostle

Tsar Cannon. The Master Andrew Chokhov. 1586

Tsar Cannon. The Master Andrew Chokhov. 1586

Church of the Intercession on the Moat (St. Basil). Moscow. 1555-1560 years

Church of the Intercession on the Moat

St. Basil’s Cathedral in the Alexander settlement XVI century.

St. Basil's Cathedral in the Alexander settlement

The walls and towers of the Kremlin XV-XVII century.

Kremlin XV-XVII century.

Ivan the Great Bell in the Moscow Kremlin. 1505-1600 years.

Ivan the Great Bell in the Moscow Kremlin

Cathedral of the Intercession (St. Basil’s Cathedral) in Moscow. 1555 -1561 years. Fragment.

Cathedral of the Intercession

Voznesseniya Church in Kolomna

Voznesseniya Church in Kolomna

Voznesseniya Church in Kolomna, according to legend was built on the occasion of the birth of Ivan the Terrible. In 1532.

Iconic portrait of Ivan the Terrible. XVI century.

Ivan the Terrible

Ermak. Sculpture Antokolsky XIX century.

Sculpture Antokolsky XIX century.

Portrait of Ermak Timofeevich. XIX century engraving of a portrait of the XVII century.

XIX century engraving of a portrait of the XVII century.

Autograph Nil of Sora. XVI century

Nil of Sora

Maxim the Greek

Portrait of Maxim the Greek. Picture of the manuscript. End of the XVI century.

Portrait of Maxim the Greek. Picture of the manuscript. End of the XVI century.

Saint Joseph Volotsky

Joseph Volotsky

Saint Joseph Volotsky (1439-1515), a prominent religious figure, led the struggle against heresy “Judaizers”, author of “The Illuminator”. Thumbnail manuscript of XVII century.

Medieval weapons.

Helm of Prince Ivan, son of Ivan the Terrible XVI century.

Helm of Prince Ivan, son of Ivan the Terrible XVI century.

The salary of the Gospel. Contribution of Ivan the Terrible in the Annunciation Cathedral in the Moscow Kremlin. In 1571.

The salary of the Gospel. Contribution of Ivan the Terrible

Alexander’s settlement

Alexander's settlement - the residence of Ivan the Terrible. Engraving by J. Ulfelda. XVI century.
Alexander’s settlement – the residence of Ivan the Terrible. Engraving by J. Ulfelda. XVI century.