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Романовы – знаковые фигуры эпох


Романовы - знаковые фигуры эпохи

Портрет правителя как жанр получил свое начало тысячелетия назад, с возникновением государственности в Месопотамии и долине Нила.
Целью этого жанра было подчеркивать достоинство личности, величественность, торжественность и, конечно же, сходство, глубокая психологическая характеристика не относилась к данному жанру.

Так же, как посвященные правителям исторические исследования или биографические романы, портреты говорят многое о личности правителя.
До 1917 года в Эстонии правили русские цари. Благодаря этому в эстонских музеях собралось множество портретов царской семьи.
И что особенно важно, портреты сохранились до наших дней. Можно даже сказать, что в эстонских музеях находится больше портретов членов семьи Романовых, чем в российских музеях.

Своего рода феноменом является Йохан Кёлер – первый эстонский профессиональный художник, кисти которого принадлежит в общей сложности около 30 портретов Александра II , Александра III и Николая II, их жен и прочих приближенных.

Теперь портреты членов семьи Романовых вновь выставлены...

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