Roerich Nicholas. Zvenigorod. Art print on canvas
Roerich Nicholas. Zvenigorod. Art print on canvas

Roerich Nicholas. Zvenigorod. Art print on canvas

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Author Nicholas Roerich (1874 -1947)
Media of Original Painting Tempera on canvas
Genres Landscape Pictures
Style Symbolists
Epochs Art of the 20th centuries
Subjects Myths and Legends
Date of Origin 1933
Size of original, cm 46.2x79
a precept in the Altay legends. The Christ has told to the Buddha: the Temple Is more useless to build, on a belltower to call. The brother the Buddha, we shall collect those people, we shall help them to pass desert. Has their prosperity building. A pure star before them we shall light. We shall render a measure of trust, - let the Temple will rise hands human that was where enter our Cathedral. where to put builders, which measure honour to render to the one who for us has for the whole world called. To be to that on Zvenigorod . As relics Kitezhskiy call, so bells Zvenigorod clear, and order to go to . Ancient wisdom has transferred Zvenigorod to Siberia. Immensity Siberian approaches today all fighters of a feat, education and courage strong. There the smith forges destiny human on silver mountains . Snows are white and silver of mountain of White whale - mother is white. And colour grasses above the horseman. All also sounds Belovode. Truly Zvenigorod. Yes will be! (Roerich Nicholas)

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Roerich Nicholas. Zvenigorod. Fine art print A3
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Agni Publishing House (Samara, Russia), Nicholas Roerich Museum (New York) and Fine Arts Academy Gallery (Moscow, Russia) have published a unique album, dedicated to the pictorial heritage of Nicholas Roerich (1874-1947).

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