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  • The Mother of God Hodegetria.  Second half of the 13th century. North-East Russia. Levkas and tempera on wood.
  • St. John Chrysostum, St. Gregory Naziazen with Deesis.   Second half of the 13th century. Levkas, tempera and gilding on wood.
  • Quentin Matsys (Matsijs) jr.  Madonna and Child. 1570’s. Oil on wood. Netherlands.
  • Klaes Corneliszoon Moeyaert. Elisha the Prophet and Naaman. 1630’s. Oil on wood. Netherlands.
  • Workshop of Johann Georg Ziesenis jr. Portrait of Charles I, Duke of Brunswick-Wolfenbuttel. 1760’s. Oil on wood.
09 July - 01 September 2014
Stroganov Palace

The exhibition presents the works of European and Russian art from the collection of Maxim Kocherov who is a well-known Moscow bibliophile and collector. The exposition brings together about 15 significant examples of Old Russia icon-painting and examples of applied art and paintings by the Old European artists, particularly the canvases by representatives of Italian Renaissance and art schools of the German-language region of the 15th - 19th centuries.

In the collection of Maxim Kocherov the group of significant examples of icon-painting (the earliest one is dated second half of the 13th century) is presented. Among them are also the icons of the 15th-18th centuries, including the works, that were created in the icon-painting studio of the Arms Chamber.