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Boris Zvorykine.  Love this Russian style of illustration.

Boris Zvorykine. Love this Russian style of illustration.

Gennady Spirin is a famous Russian illustrator, who carries on personal projects and illustration for children with the same style fairy but imbued with myth and reality; especially frequently in his work there is a certain taste for the Arts and the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherwood medieval / renaissance.

Gennady Spirin is a famous Russian illustrator, who carries on personal projects and illustration for children with the same style fairy but imbued with myth and reality; especially frequently in his work there is a certain taste for the Arts and the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherwood medieval / renaissance.

It was a lady; her cloak and cap were of snow. She was tall and of slender figure, and of a dazzling whiteness. It was the Snow Queen. Snow Queen by Snehova kralovna

It was a lady; her cloak and cap were of snow. She was tall and of slender figure, and of a dazzling whiteness. It was the Snow Queen. Snow Queen by Snehova kralovna

Palm Sunday (too cold for palms - pussy willows are early bloomers) Bough of pussy-willow by Olga Denisenko

Palm Sunday (too cold for palms - pussy willows are early bloomers) Bough of pussy-willow by Olga Denisenko

Traditional Russian costume consists of straight, flowing lines. Beginning at the turn of the 18th century. Note: this ensemble has to be for someone of considerable means, considering the quality of the fabric.

Traditional Russian costume consists of straight, flowing lines. Beginning at the turn of the 18th century. Note: this ensemble has to be for someone of considerable means, considering the quality of the fabric.

Russian ensemble via The Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Russian ensemble via The Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Woman's Costume   Oryol Province   Russia. Second half of 19th century	  Wool and woollen thread, braid, linen, cotton thread, satin and silk; weaving, embroidery, patterned weaving. L.. shirt 131, apron 92x76, skirt 60x134 cm   Source of Entry:   Purchasing Commission of Experts of the State Hermitage Museum (1973, 1971); Expedition of the State Hermitage. 1970 and 1981

Woman's Costume Oryol Province Russia. Second half of 19th century Wool and woollen thread, braid, linen, cotton thread, satin and silk; weaving, embroidery, patterned weaving. L.. shirt 131, apron 92x76, skirt 60x134 cm Source of Entry: Purchasing Commission of Experts of the State Hermitage Museum (1973, 1971); Expedition of the State Hermitage. 1970 and 1981

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Marfa: Marfa's costume is an ethnographically exact ceremonial costume of a newly wed peasant woman, traditional for Toropets region, Pskov Province (late 18-th - early 19-th century). LE 150  by Alexandra Koukinova

Marfa: Marfa's costume is an ethnographically exact ceremonial costume of a newly wed peasant woman, traditional for Toropets region, Pskov Province (late 18-th - early 19-th century). LE 150 by Alexandra Koukinova

Matruona (Goat)    Festive peasant costume.  A goat is traditional character of Russian fairy tales, songs and chastooshkas.    Biscuit porcelain, silk, hand painted strip (batik), glass beads, mohair, hand painting. LE 150, by Alexandra Koukinova

Matruona (Goat) Festive peasant costume. A goat is traditional character of Russian fairy tales, songs and chastooshkas. Biscuit porcelain, silk, hand painted strip (batik), glass beads, mohair, hand painting. LE 150, by Alexandra Koukinova