Master Yakov Frolov

Icon in a Setting: the Virgin of Kazan

Icon in a Setting: the Virgin of Kazan
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Author: Master Yakov Frolov
Painting, Tempera on panel; silver, pearls, almandines, glass, chased, carved and gilded, 33.1x28.6 cm
Origin: Russia, Second half of the 18th century , 1775
Personage: The Mother of God
Source of entry: Purchasing Commission of the Experts of the State Hermitage Museum, 1961
Theme: The Bible and Christianity
Exibition: Treasure Gallery. The Gold Rooms

See also

Siloxazolidines with a pentacovalent silicon atom (review)
E. E. Shestakov, Author's Abstract of His Master's Degree, Leningrad (1972). M G. Voronkov, Yu. L. Frolov, ]. I. Brodskaya, S. G. Shevchenko, V. M. D'yakov ...

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