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Andrei Rublev (circa 1360 - October 17, 1428, Moscow) - the most famous and revered master of the Moscow school of icon painting, portrait and monumental painting XV century. Canonized by the Russian Orthodox Church in the face of the saint.
Creativity Rublev formed on the basis of the artistic traditions of the Moscow principality, he was also well acquainted with the South Slavic and Byzantine artistic experience. The first mention in the annals of Andrei appeared only in 1405, indicating that Theophanes the Greek, Prokhorov-old man and monk Andrei Rublev was painted the Annunciation Cathedral of the Moscow Kremlin. Apparently, by 1405 Andrew thoroughly succeeded in his skill icons, if the monk commissioned a responsible job and also with Theophanes the Greek. For the second time in the annals of Andrew mentioned in 1408, when he made paintings with Daniel Chorny in the Assumption Cathedral in Vladimir. It's only been three years, and has appeared in Andrei assistants and pupils, at which time Andrew is fully formed their own individual, a true Russian style. In the 1420s Andrew and Daniel Black directed the work of the Trinity Cathedral of the Trinity-Sergius Monastery. These murals have not survived. In 1411 and the years 1425-27, he created his masterpiece - "Trinity."
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