МИФОЛОГИЧЕСКИЙ ПОРТРЕТ В РУССКОЙ ЖИВОПИСИ XVIII СТОЛЕТИЯ (Russian)

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  • Author(s): Чежина, Ю. И.
  • Source:
    Proceedings of the History Department of the Saint-Petersburg State University; 2014, Issue 20, p152-160, 9p
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    • Alternate Title:
      Mythological Portrait in Russian Painting of the 18th century. (English)
    • Abstract:
      The article deals with the questions of specificity and evolution of mythological portrait as a variety of costume portrait in Russian painting of the 18th century. The author dwells on the problem of genre classification and analyses the most noted works in the considered group from the standpoint of peculiarities of interpretation of the images and stylistic tendencies. Main attention is paid to the role of the foreign artists working in Russia in the emergence and development of mythological portrait in home art of the gallant century. The issue is studied in the context of integration of national and West-European cultures. Mental aspect of creation such images is also touched on, while they indispensably have an allegorical component responding to the way of thinking and cast of mind of the people of that epoch. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
    • Abstract:
      Статья посвящена вопросам специфики мифологического портрета как разновидности костюмированного изображения и его эволюции в русской живописи XVIII в. Автор останавливается на проблеме жанровой классификации и анализирует наиболее известные произведения, принадлежащие к рассматриваемой группе, с точки зрения особенностей трактовки образа и стилевых тенденций. Основное внимание уделено роли представителей россики в появлении и развитии мифологического портрета в отечественном искусстве галантного века в контексте интеграции национальной и западноевропейской культур. Затрагивается также ментальный аспект создания художниками произведений подобного рода, непременно содержащих аллегорическую составляющую, что отвечало типу мышления и складу сознания людей той эпохи. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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