SAINT-PETERSBURG ART TREASURES: THE ROMANOV DYNASTY AS COLLECTORS OF RUSSIAN ART

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DESCRIPTION

PERIOD

July 22 - August 4, 2001

LANGUAGE

English

CAPACITY

30 participants

COSTS

US$ 895 including tuition, lunch (except Sundays), access to museums, and airport transfers. Airfares and accommodation are not included.

COORDINATORS

Dr. Roman G. Grigoryev, State Hermitage Museum
Mr. Alexej Leporc, European University at St. Petersburg

CONTACT DATA

Tel: (812) 275 51 42
Fax: (812) 275 51 39
E-mail: arts@eu.spb.ru

Information on the course, application form and contact data are available at the Hermitage Museum website (English version), and at the European University website  and at the International Romanov Society site.

APPLICANTS PROFILE

The School is intended for graduate students, art historians, museum curators, and teachers, as well as those interested independently in the history of Russian art and culture as well as reception of Western Art in Russia.

APPLICATION DEADLINE 

May 31, 2001. Candidates should submit their application forms by mail, fax or e-mail. Confirmation of acceptance and the order of payment will be forwarded after receiving an application form.

DESCRIPTION

This two-week school, based on the vast collections of the State Hermitage and State Russian museum, will study the art patronage of the Romanovs from the early XVIII to the early XX centuries with the stress on the Russian art collecting. The teaching will include "Days In" with lectures on the history of collecting tracing personal artistic tastes of Emperors of the Romanov House, and workshops in the particular collections of the Hermitage and State Russian museum, alternating with "Days Out" visits to Imperial residences in St. Petersburg and its suburbs.
The course offers unprecedented access to art treasures usually not available to the public as well as opportunities to discuss issues concerning a given collection with its museum curator.
Participants may use the Hermitage library and the University computer facilities.

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European University at St. Petersburg | The Department of Art History