Ivan IV shows the treasures of the British Ambassador John Horsey. Artist A. Litovchenko. In 1875.
The artist Ilya Repin. 1885
Thumbnail of ‘Personal Chronicles’ XVI century.
German woodcut. XVI century.
2nd half of the XVI century.
Virgin of Smolensk, Novodevichy Convent in Moscow. Founded in 1525 the Grand Prince Vasily III to commemorate the capture of Smolensk by Russian troops in 1514 and in the name of the Smolensk Icon of the Mother of God, the main sanctuary of Smolensk. Cathedral – 1525, the walls of the end of XVII century,…
German engraving. XVI century.
Grand Prince of Moscow and All Russia, the Tsar Vasily III. German engraving of XVI century.
Saint Theodosius. Fresco in the Assumption Cathedral of Moscow Kremlin. The beginning of the XVI century.
Picture of Ivan III and his family on the embroidered veil of his wife Helen Voloshanki. The end of the XV century.
Prince of Moscow. German engraving of XVI century.
Printing of Grand Duke Ivan III in Mayor literacy Kolyvan (Revel). Sphragistics (or sigillografiya) (from Lat. Sigillum – Printing) – auxiliary historical discipline that studies the press (the matrix) and their impressions.
Thumbnail XVI century.
Solovki Monastery. XVI century.
St. Andrei Rublev. Old Testament Trinity. Written for the Trinity Cathedral Trinity-Sergius Lavra, “in praise of the” Reverend Sergius.
Woodcarving. Master James Fedosov. 1359 fragment.
Holy Savvaty and Zosima Solovki, the founders of Solovki Holy Transfiguration Monastery., The largest monastic center of the Russian North. In 1709.
Trinity Cathedral of the Holy Trinity-Sergius Lavra (up to 1744 – Monastery) near Moscow. In 1422. It was founded by St. Sergius of Radonezh in the middle of the XIV century. In pridle Cathedral – with the power of the saint of cancer.
St. Sergius of Radonezh. Cover embroidered with the image of the saint. The first quarter of XV century.
Ivan III tearing the khan letter demanding tribute. Artist A.Kivshenko. In 1879.
Monastery in Moscow Russia. Lithograph from an original Vasnetsov. The end of the XIX century.
Novgorod trade. Lithography. End of XIX-early XX century.
Detail icon in the XVI.