Πέτρος Ιβάνοβιτς Sevast’janov (1811-1867) : προσέγγιση στο έργο του

Κωνσταντίνος Κ. Παπουλίδης

Abstract


The writer has investigated unpublished archival sources and, having
compiled the relevant bibliography, he has written a brief biographical note on
Petr Ivanovic Sevast’janov (1811-67), the Russian collector of chiefly
ecclesiastical objects, based on an approach to his work.
Sevast’janov’s various collections are now in:
i) the Manuscripts and Rare Books Section of the Lenin State Library (now
the State Public Library) in Moscow (Fond 269; since 1953: Fond 270);
ii) the Manuscripts and Rare Books Section of the State Public Library in St
Petersburg (Fond 680);
iii) the Manuscripts and Rare Books Section of the Library of the Russian
Academy of Arts in St Petersburg (Copies Collection Nos. 564,565);
iv) the Library of the Academy of Fine Arts in St Petersburg (Y. 3. 61);
v) the Hermitage Museum in St Petersburg; and
vi) the Cerkovskij Museum in Moscow
Some parts of Sevast’janov’s collections are still abroad, in Paris, in Rome, and on Mount Athos.

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