New issue of the academic journal «The Church Art and Archeology Bulletin»
The Department of Theory and History of Church Art of the Moscow Theological Academy has published a new 2023 issue of the academic journal «The Church Art and Archeology Bulletin».
The purpose of the journal is to highlight some issues of church art from antiquity to nowadays as a complex phenomenon of a Christian artistic life.
The journal presents different spheres of Christian art both in the past and present.
The issue contains publications by graduate and undergraduate students of the department as well as scientific staff of church museums. For the first time, there are materials about the Orthodox Museum in Finland “Riza” prepared by a museum employee I.V. Pelgonen. In the article by N.V. Gerasimova there is a catalog of church tin utensils of the 17th–18th centuries in the collection of the Museum of Christian Art "Church-Archaeological Cabinet" of the Moscow Theological Academy, and the essay by N.I. Grigorieva devoted to the history of the mentioned museum. Hieromonk Cassian (Plosky) and a graduate of the department E.I. Gritsai wrote a detailed historiographical essay on fine arts and the study of the Byzantine liturgical rite in its relation to church art. A.M. Melih, a postgraduate student, wrote an essay on the development of the apocalypse iconography in the 16th century Rus'.
RESEARCH AND ARTICLES
Hieromonk Cassian (Plosskiy), Elena Igorevna Gritsai
History of the Study of the Byzantine Liturgical Rite
Anastasia Mikhailovna Melih
Features of the development of the apocalypse iconography in the monumental painting of Rus' in the 16th century: Eastern Christian traditions and European origins
Ilona Viktorovna Pelgonen
From chaos to collection. Formation and features of the collection of the Orthodox Museum of Finland "Ryza"
Collections of the Moscow Theological Academy Museum "Church-Archaeological Cabinet"
Natalya Viktorovna Gerasimova
Church tin utensils made of the 17th–18th centuries in the collections of the Museum of the Moscow Theological Academy and the Andrei Rublev’s Museum
Natalia Ivanovna Grigorieva
"Materials of the Church and Archaeological Cabinet" as a source on the history of the Church Art Museum
MThA Press Office