November 1
10.00 – 14.30.
Petrovsky hall
Time limit – 15 min.

Chairmen: Svetlana V. Maltseva, Anna V. Zakharova

ALESSANDRA AVAGLIANO (Sapienza University, Rome, Italy). The Poet and the Architect: a Consideration on Byzantine Epigrams.

LILIT SH. MIQAELYAN (Yerevan State University, Armenia). Some Compositional Schemes and Iconographic Motives in Early Christian Sculpture of Armenia in the Light of Sassanian Influence.

ELENA S. LAVRENTYEVA (Russian State University for the Humanities, Moscow, Russia). Ancient Churches of Gethsemane.

ALEXANDRA V. SHCHERBAKOVA (Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia). Marble Decoration of the Interior of the Catholicon of Hosios Loukas in Phocis.

ELENA V. LAVRENTYEVA (Russian State University for the Humanities, Moscow, Russia). Mosaic Ornaments of Santa Maria Assunta in Torcello.

ANNA L. MAKAROVA (State Institute for Art Studies, Moscow, Russia). Frescoes of Betania (Georgia) and the Altar Programmes of Georgian Churches in the 11th–12th centuries.

SVETLANA N. TATARCHENKO (State Institute for Art Studies, Moscow, Russia). Iconographic Programme and Style of the Murals in the Church of Our Lady of Kintsvisi Monastery (Georgia).

LORENZO RICCARDI (Sapienza University, Rome, Italy). Hagiographical Icons in the Byzantine Wall Painting of Calabria and Southern Italy.

FRANCESCO LOVINO (The University of Padua, Italy). The Miniatures of Michael Glycas' Chronicles in the Marcianus gr. 402.

OLGA D. BELOVA (Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia). Miniatures of the Greek Psalter of the Second Half of the 13th century from the Russian National Library (gr. 269).

MARIA I. YAKOVLEVA (Russian State University for the Humanities, Moscow, Russia). The Icon of Christ Emmanuel from the State Historical Museum – a Micromosaic of Early Palaiologan Period.

ELENA A. NEMYKINA (St. Petersburg State University, Russia). The Composition “Upon thy Right Hand Did Stand the Queen” and the Problem of the Novgorodian-Balcan Links in the 14th century Painting.

ALEXANDRA A. YAKOVLEVA (“The Artel”, St. Petersburg, Russia). Ktitor Compositions in the Murals of Medieval Serbia. The Regional Peculiarities and Problems of Research.

VERA A. KHANKO (Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia). Two Icons of Crucifixion of the Late Byzantine Period from the Collections of the State Tretyakov Gallery and the State Russian Musem.

ERKAN KAMBEK (Istanbul Technical University, Turkey). Western Restoration Approaches and Practices in Turkey.

15.30–19.30. Petrovsky hall
Time limit – 20 min.
Chairmen: Valentin A. Bulkin, Ilya V. Antipov

MIKHAIL V. STEPANOV (Scientific Research Institute “Specproektrestavratsya”). Working Methods of Old-Russian Architects.

DENIS D. YOLSHIN (The State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia). The Two-Pillar Churches of Pereyaslavl-of-Russia: Byzantine Context.

ANNA A. FREZE (St. Petersburg State University, Russia). The Church of St. Michael in Pereyaslavl-of-Russia and Byzantine Architecture of the 9th – Early 13th Century.

DARYA A. SKOBTSOVA (The Interregional Agency for Scientific Restoration of Works of Art, Moscow, Russia). On the Issue of Dating of the Murals from the Burial Church in Euphrosyne’s Convent of Polotsk.

EKATERINE KVATCHATADZE (The G. Chubinashvili National Research Centre for Georgian Art, Tbilisi, Georgia). On Medieval Façade Sculpture in the Orthodox World.

SVETLANA A. KIRYANOVA (The Central Andrey Rublev Museum of Ancient Russian Culture and Art, Moscow, Russia). On the Icon "Mother of God Hope of all Ends of the Earth".

EKATERINA I. MOROZOVA (The All-Russian Artistic and Scientific Center for Restoration named after I.E. Grabar, Moscow, Russia). Three Illuminated Manuscripts from the Iosifo-Volokolamsky Monastery.

NATALIA M. ABRAMENKO (Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia). Saints Boris and Gleb as Patrons of the Russian Army in the Works of Art of the 16th – 17th Centuries.

PETR G. ERSHOV (St. Petersburg State University, Russia). The Dormition Cathedral of Staritski Monastery and "Archaizing" Monuments of the First Half of the 16th Century.

NATALIA G. TITORENKO (St. Petersburg State University, Russia). Znamenskaya Church in Tverskaya Street and Some Peculiar Features of Interpretation of Medieval Russian Forms in Petersburg Architecture of the Beginning of the 20th Century.


12.00–19.00 Auditorium 66

Chairmen: Maxim A. Kostyrya, Anastasia S.Yarmosh
Time limit – 15 min.

MARINA A. LOPUKHOVA (Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia). Imaginary Reconstruction of Antiquity in the Paintings of Andrea Mantegna and Filippino Lippi.

PAVEL A. ALYOSHIN (Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia). Benedetto Varchi and the Cinquecento Art Theory.
VERA N. ZAKHAROVA (European University at St. Petersburg, Russia). Modern Art History on Italian Renaissance Portraiture: Topical Methodologies and Issues of Research.

LIYA A. CHECHIK (Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia). Ancient Jewish Inscriptions in Venetian Religious Painting of Renaissance.

EKATERINA V.OVCHINNIKOVA (Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia). Reflection of the Social Changes in the Architecture of French Castles of the 16th Century.

LYUDMILA V. MIKHAILOVA (St. Petersburg State University, Russia). Landscape Motives in the Print Graphic of Hans Burgkmair the Elder (1473–1531).

STEFANIYA A. KOVBASIUK (Shevchenko Kyev National University, Ukraine). "Evil Women" in Paintings by "De Zotte schilders": Iconographic and Social Aspects.

MARINA L. MUSUROK (St. Petersburg State University, Russia). To the Problem of Depiction of the Duchy-of-Burgundy Cities (Bruges, Utrecht, Haarlem) in the Paintings of Anonymous Masters of the 15th Century.

LYUBAVA D. PETROVA (European University at St. Petersburg, Russia). Dutch Artistic Calligraphy in the Context of Visual and Written Culture of the 17th Century.

15.00 – 16.00  BREAK

IRINA M. SONINA (The School “Epigraph”, St. Petersburg, Russia). Specific Features and Stages of Evolution of the Spanish Genre Painting in the 17th Century.

MARIA A. PRIKLADOVA (St. Petersburg State University, Russia). Evolution of the Image of St. Michael in the Art of Sevillian Masters of the Middle and the Second Half of the I7th Century.

AUKSĖ KALADŽINSKAITĖ (Vilnius University, Lithuania). Work of the Architect Joseph Fontana (III) in Vitebsk Province of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania.

VERA A. DUBROVINA (Stroganov Moscow State University of Arts and Industry, Russia). Evolution of the "Egyptian Style" in the French Architecture of the First Half of the 19th Century.

EKATERINA A. SKVORTSOVA (St. Petersburg State University, Russia). Military Theme in the Art of J. A. Atkinson.

ELENA G. GOIKHMAN (Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia). Eugène Delacroix and the Image of the Middle Ages in the Romanticism Art at the Turn of the 1820-1830s.

MARINA A. IVASYUTINA (Repin St. Petersburg State Academic Institute of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture, Russia). The Origins of the Series Concept in the French Impressionist Landscape of the mid-19th Century.

ANASTASIYA S. YARMOSH (St. Petersburg State University, Russia). The Problems of Interpretation of the Subjects from Scandinavian Epos and Myths in Swedish Porcelain of the Middle and the Second Half of the 19th Century.

DINA N. BAKUN (The State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia). "Alice in Wonderland" and Some Peculiarities of the Genre of Children's Illustration in the Second Half of the 19th – Early 20th Century in England.


13.30– 20.30. Auditorium 72
Chairmen: Ekaterina Yu. Stanyukovich-Denisova, Mikhail Yu. Evsevyev

Time limit – 15 min.

NIKITA R. YURINOV (St. Petersburg State University). On the Problem of Architectural Education in the Institute of Civil Engineers.

ILYA M. LAPIN (Moscow Architectural Institute, Russia). Graduates of the Academy of Fine Arts – Teachers in People’s Municipal University in Nizhniy Novgorod in 1918 – 1919.

GALINA V. MALYASOVA (The Museum of Moscow Architectural Institute, Russia). D. T. Yanovich and Reorganisation of the Museum of  Former Stroganov College. 1918 – 1924.

TIMUR R. VAКHITOV (Moscow Architectural Institute, Russia). Moscow and Petrograd Schools of Civil Architecture of the 1920s: Aspects of Interaction.

ILYA A. KANTOR (T. Bashkaev Architectural Bureau, Moscow, Russia). Concepts of Architectural Environment in the Graduation Projects of Ivan Fomin and Igor Fomin.

EKATERINA I. SHABUNINA (St. Petersburg State University, Russia). The Works of the Architect Yakov Gevirts after 1917.

ANDREY A. LARIONOV (The Committee of State Control, Use and Protection of Monuments of Art and Culture, Saint-Petersburg, Russia). Town-planning Issues and Their Solutions in the Graduation Projects of the Students of the Academy of Fine Arts in 1925 – 1930.

SVETLANA A. YURKOVA (Russian State University for the Humanities, Moscow, Russia). The Scenic Art in the Bolshoy Theatre and the Artistic Culture of the 1920s. Experiment and the Search for a New Form.

ELENA V. ZABELINA (Ushinskiy Yaroslavl State Pedagogical University, Russia). Gabriel Guevrekian – the First General Secretary of Congrès International d'Architecture Moderne (CIAM). Studying the Archive Materials.

16.30 – 17.30. BREAK

MARIA A. BULATOVA (Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia). City as a Theater Space in the Paintings of OST Artists.

DARYA A. KOSTINA (Ural Federal University, Ekaterinburg, Russia). Grigoriy Musatov: Russian Origins of the Art of the Painter in Emigration.

OLGA V. FURMAN (The State Tretyakov Gallery, Russia). Portrait in the Art of Pavel Filonov. From Realism to Naturalism.

XENIYA V. SMIRNOVA (Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia). Unrealized Projects of the Contests for Memorials to Heroes and Victims of the World War II.

ULYANA P. DOBROVA (Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia). Op-art: Interpreting Russian Avant-garde in the Context of Khruschev Thaw ("Ottepel"). Experience of Plastic Heritage in the Art of Anna Andreeva.

ANNA YU. MISHCHUK (St. Petersburg State University, Russia). Dina Vierny and Soviet Artists.

ALEXANDRA A. ESCHENKO (Cathedral of St. Sophia, Novgorod Velikiy, Russia). Poetics of Spiritual and Secular in the Art of Vik, St. Petersburg Painter.

TATIANA V. SHLYKOVA (The Association of Art Critics, St. Petersburg, Russia). Traditions of Russian Avant-garde in Teaching Practice at the Turn of the 20th – 21st Centuries (as Exemplified in Pedagogical Work of A.V. Kondratyev).

ALINA S. GORLENKO (Herzen State Pedagogical University, Russia). The Image of a Historical Personality in the Urban Sculptural Monument in St. Petersburg at the Turn of the 20th  – 21st Centuries: Applying Textual Analysis.