EARLY RUSSIAN ARCHITECTURE by Hubert & Vladimir Ivanov Faensen

EARLY RUSSIAN ARCHITECTURE

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Bigger and heftier than your coffee table, this scholarly gazetteer and guide to the development of design, decoration and iconography in the churches and monasteries of old Russia, from the 10th century to the reign of Peter the Great, covers every major monument from the White Sea to the Black, with detailed plans and 420 plates, 86 in color. For art historians and architects. Imposing.

Pub Date: Oct. 30th, 1975
Publisher: Putnam