The Russian Authors of the Enlightenment About Art and the Artists: Mikhail N. Muravyov

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Magdalena Dąbrowska


Mikhail Muravyov (1757–1805) was a Russian writer, poet, playwright, translator and educator of the Enlightenment. The article discusses Muravyov’s journalistic and literary texts about art (Russian and foreign; Renaissance, Classicism) and the artists (painters, sculptors, architects): the articles The Russian Arts, The Arts in Italy, The Origin of the Painting, The Sculpture on the Kozlowski’s Tomb, Aristotle of Bologna, the poem To Anton Pavlovich Losenko and others. The interpretative context is provided by the articles The Journal of the Fine Arts by Nikolay Koshansky and the works by Konstantin Batyushkov.


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Literary studies