Clinton, MA, December 16, 2010
The Holy Trinity, by St. Andrei Rublev. A major exhibition of 37 icons from Moscow’s Andrey Rublev Museum, most never shown before in the US, recently opened at the Museum of Russian Icons, 203 Union Street, Clinton, MA, the only venue for this show. The Andrey Rublev Museum, located in Moscow’s historic Spaso-Andronikov Monastery, is home to one of the most prominent collections of icons in Russia and is named after the legendary icon painter, Andrey Rublev. Sebastian Smee of the Boston Globe calls the exhibition "a show of ambitious and at times drenchingly beautiful icons that will astonish." The exhibition runs through July 25, 2011. For more info visit www.museumofrussianicons.org/calendar/2010/october/event3.html.
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