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Source:   Drevnosti rossiiskago gosudarstva.


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Sv. Ikona Odigitrii Smolenskoi Bogomateri (Nakhod. V Moskovskom Arkhangel'skom sobore.) Ris. Akad. F. Solntsev. Khromolitografiia F. Dregera.

Image ID: 1167300

Sv. Ikona Odigitrii Smolenskoi Bogomateri (Nakhod. V Moskovskom Arkhangel'skom sobore.) Ris. Akad. F. Solntsev. Khromoli...  [Holy icon of the Smolensk Mother of God (Archangel Cathedral...] (1849-1853)


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Image Title

:  Sv. Ikona Odigitrii Smolenskoi Bogomateri (Nakhod. V Moskovskom Arkhangel'skom sobore.) Ris. Akad. F. Solntsev. Khromolitografiia F. Dregera.

Alternate Title(s)

: Holy icon of the Smolensk Mother of God (Archangel Cathedral, Moscow). Title 2.) [Holynon-canonical icon of Our Lady of Smolensk. (Kept in Arkhangel'skii Cathedral in Moscow). Watercolor by Acad. F. Solntsev. Chromolithography by F. Dreher.]

Creator

: Solntsev, F. G. (Fedor Grigor'evich), 1801-1892 -- Artist

Alternate Source Title

: Antiques of the Russian State

Medium

: Chromolithographs

Specific Material Type

: Prints

Item/Page/Plate

: 3

Source

: Drevnosti rossiiskago gosudarstva.

Source Description

: 12 v. in 6

Location

: Stephen A. Schwarzman Building / Slavic and Baltic Division

Catalog Call Number

: *QDZ+++ (Drevnosti rossiiskago gosudarstva)

Digital ID

: 1167300

Record ID

: 463024

Digital Item Published

: 7-5-2005; updated 3-25-2011

Rights Notice

: Rights Notice: Permission is required for reproduction from Photographic Services and Permissions, The New York Public Library.

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