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Nosan, T.M. (2021). Regional features of traditional embroidery of the North-West of Russia (Leningrad, Vologda, Novgorod and Pskov regions) of the late 19th and early 20th century (in Russian). Eastern European humanitarian collection of mini monographs. Collection of Scientific Articles, European Scientific e-Journal, 1 (7), 155-210. Hlučín-Bobrovníky: “Anisiia Tomanek” OSVČ.
Носань, Т.М. (2021). Региональные особенности традиционной вышивки Северо-Запада России (Ленинградской, Вологодской, Новгородской и Псковской областей) конца XIX – начала XX века. Eastern European humanitarian collection of mini monographs. Collection of Scientific Articles, European Scientific e-Journal, 1 (7), 155-210. Hlučín-Bobrovníky: “Anisiia Tomanek” OSVČ.

DOI: 10.47451/her2020-12-006 ---------- EOI: 10.11244/her2020-12-006 ---------- Certificate

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The history of the development of artistic embroidery in the North-West of Russia has not yet been sufficiently studied. In popular scientific publications, the main attention was paid to folk embroidery from the 18 to 20th centuries, and sewing techniques that existed in the noble and urban environment remained little explored. The lack of publications of generalizing works on a number of techniques of artistic sewing does not allow us to identify with sufficient completeness the overall picture of the development of this type of sewing in Russia. The article is devoted to the history and theory of ancient technological features of embroidery in the works of traditional applied art of the North-West of Russia (Leningrad, Vologda, Novgorod and Pskov regions). The author analyzes various techniques, ornaments, and color solutions of traditional embroidery. Describing a kind of technological variety of embroidery skill, the author believes that the artistic merits of embroidery in the North-West of Russia is the brightest page in the world history of art.

Keywords:

traditional applied art, European art, color scheme, national features, artistic and technological techniques, folk customs, ornament.

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Nosan, T.M. (2020). Regional features of the design of traditional women’s headdresses of the Russian North (Karelia) in the technique of gold and pearl sewing. Actual Issues of Modern Science. Collection of Scientific Articles. European Scientific e-Journal, 6 (6), 2, 4-38. Hlučín-Bobrovníky: “Anisiia Tomanek” OSVČ.
Носань, Т.М. (2020). Региональные особенности оформления традиционных женских головных уборов Русского Севера (Карелии) в технике золотошвейного и жемчужного шитья. Actual Issues of Modern Science. Collection of Scientific Articles. European Scientific e-Journal, 6 (6), 2, 4-38. Hlučín-Bobrovníky: “Anisiia Tomanek” OSVČ.

DOI: 10.47451/her2020-12-007 ---------- EOI: 10.11244/her2020-12-007 ---------- Certificate

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The article is devoted to the original types of traditional applied art-gold embroidery and pearl embroidery, in its deep traditions and the widespread of this art in the Russian North. The article deals with the history of the development of the pearl industry in Karelia, provides data on the use of gold and pearl embroidery in products, unique women’s hats and jewellery. The author analyzes the materials, various techniques, ornaments and colour solutions of Karelian embroidery. According to its artistic merits, embroidery in the North of Russia is the brightest page in the world history of art. A creative approach to the study of folk values and culture makes it possible to rethink and combine folk art with modern trends in modelling and artistic decoration of clothing contributes to the formation of the designer’s personality. The article materials are intended for researchers and scientists in the field of cultural heritage preservation.

Keywords:

headdresses, pearls, traditional applied art, technological techniques, color scheme, national features, folk traditions, ornament, clothing modeling, design.

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Buychik, A. (2020). Allocation of basic research in the field of cultural heritage preservation in a separate scientific direction. Eurasia: current issues of cultural heritage. Collection of Scientific Articles. European Scientific e-Journal, 3 (3), 4-14. Hlučín-Bobrovníky: “Anisiia Tomanek” OSVČ.

DOI: 10.47451/her2020-12-005 ---------- EOI: 10.11244/her2020-12-005 ---------- Certificate

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Over the past 150 years, active work has been carried out to form the basis for the restoration and preservation of the objects of art that bear a specific cultural code of humanity as a whole and each nation individually. Despite the fact that the first restoration work known to us today, were held around 1400 BC, states and leading statesmen did not attach due importance to the preservation of the heritage of the past for many centuries. The author of the article considers topical issues of development of a unified new science of cultural heritage preservation – Klironomy – and the definition of theoretical sciences that should become the basis for the formation of a new scientific field. The sciences of culture and art based on philosophical thought have already created the necessary foundation for the formation of a separate complex of Cultural Heritage Sciences rather than a scientific trend. The author concludes that the preservation of cultural heritage has long outgrown the conditional study of individual areas of activity – restoration, conservation, renovation and revitalization. In the early 21st century need to this question to look from a new perspective and to consider the preservation of tangible and intangible cultural heritage as part of cultural and art sciences, and some complex science.

Keywords:

cultural heritage, preservation, klironomy, restoration, conservation, renovation, revitalization.

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Ivanova, A., Marinova I. (2020). Role of colours in historical buildings preservation. Eurasia: current issues of cultural heritage. Collection of Scientific Articles. European Scientific e-Journal, 3 (3), 107-116. European Scientific e-Journal. Hlučín-Bobrovníky: “Anisiia Tomanek” OSVČ.

DOI: 10.47451/her2020-12-004 ---------- EOI: 10.11244/her2020-12-004 ---------- Certificate ---------- Certificate

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Colour has leading complex role in forming living environment. It brings information on many levels of perception and completes aesthetic value of the objects that surround us. Contemporary researches reveal that colours can be observed as a means to manipulate inhabitants’ thermal, light, acoustical comfort and space configuration and it is a growing tendency in building and urban design. The article studies the role of colour in historic buildings and to what extent it can be altered during the preservation process according to its properties and to society perception. Data from survey upon specific historical buildings conducted by the team is analyzed and compared with results from external researches. Aspects of historical building colour are specified and conclusions are made. Practical recommendations are defined.

Keywords:

historic building, color, preservation, urban development, living comfort.

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Nosan, T.M. (2020). Regional features of traditional embroidery in the Russian North of Russia (Olonets sewing-Karelia). Eurasia: current issues of cultural heritage. Collection of Scientific Articles. European Scientific e-Journal, 3 (3), 117-163. Hlučín-Bobrovníky: “Anisiia Tomanek” OSVČ.
Носань, Т.М. (2020). Региональные особенности традиционной вышивки Русского Севера России (олонецкое шитье – Карелия). Eurasia: current issues of cultural heritage. Collection of Scientific Articles. European Scientific e-Journal, 3 (3), 117-163. Hlučín-Bobrovníky: “Anisiia Tomanek” OSVČ.

DOI: 10.47451/her2020-12-003 ---------- EOI: 10.11244/her2020-12-003 ---------- Certificate

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In the traditional applied art of the Olonets province, Republic of Karelia, artistic embroidery is not only one of the most popular types of folk art, the formation and development of which was influenced by ethnic Karelian and Russian culture, but also a significant material and spiritual base, a natural form of transmitting historical and cultural experience to subsequent generations. The article is devoted to regional features of traditional embroidery in the North of Russia. The author analyzes various techniques, ornaments, and colours of Karelian embroidery. Describing a kind of embroidery skill, the author believes that the artistic merits of embroidery in the North of Russia is the brightest page in the world history of art. The author concludes that with the advent of new materials, the art of embroidery itself develops and improves, new techniques appear and the possibilities of performing various drawings and ornamental motifs that are inextricably linked with national culture and local traditions expand.

Keywords:

traditional applied art, technological techniques, color scheme, national features, folk customs and rituals, ornament.

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Lebedev, S.V. (2020). Folk art as a phenomenon of philosophical understanding. Eurasia: current issues of cultural heritage. Collection of Scientific Articles. European Scientific e-Journal, 3 (3), 15-36. Hlučín-Bobrovníky: “Anisiia Tomanek” OSVČ.
Лебедев, С.В. (2020). Народное искусство как феномен философского осмысления. Eurasia: current issues of cultural heritage. Collection of Scientific Articles. European Scientific e-Journal, 3 (3), 15-36. Hlučín-Bobrovníky: “Anisiia Tomanek” OSVČ.

DOI: 10.47451/her2020-12-002 ---------- EOI: 10.11244/her2020-12-002 ---------- Certificate

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Folk art is fundamentally based on the cultural and traditional heritage of previous generations. Traditional applied art cannot exist without relying on the cultural heritage of society. The article is devoted to the philosophical understanding of the phenomenon of folk art. Folk art, which originated in the Paleolithic period and is based on the artistic tradition of the ethnic group, continues to exist in some industrialized countries, including Russia. The author concludes that folk art of the world and Russia has passed a contradictory path. Having generated the ‘great’ art of the classical type, folk art has moved down to the level of subsidiary crafts, and in some countries – to kitsch. However, in the modern conditions of globalization and the ‘return of ethnicity’, folk art takes on new features.

Keywords:

cultural heritage, folk art, tradition, traditional applied art, conservation, renovation, revitalization, industrial era, post-industrial era.

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Lebedeva, G.N. (2020). Philosophy of cultural heritage: scientific and public organizations of the Russian Empire. Eurasia: current issues of cultural heritage. Collection of Scientific Articles. European Scientific e-Journal, 3 (3), 51-61. Hlučín-Bobrovníky: “Anisiia Tomanek” OSVČ.
Лебедева, Г.Н. (2020). Philosophy of cultural heritage: scientific and public organizations of the Russian Empire. Eurasia: current issues of cultural heritage. Collection of Scientific Articles. European Scientific e-Journal, 3 (3), 51-61. Hlučín-Bobrovníky: “Anisiia Tomanek” OSVČ.

DOI: 10.47451/her2020-12-001 ---------- EOI: her2020-12-001 ---------- Certificate

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Cultural processes of globalization affect not only the life of an individual, group or professional corporations, but also affect the internal social and economic sphere of any civilization or community, changing even complex and entrenched social institutions. The author considers the philosophical foundations of cultural heritage preservation in the Russian Empire in the first half of the 19th century. The article traces how the scientific and practical activities of Russian statesmen and scientists have shaped programs and institutions for the preservation of cultural heritage. The author concludes that cultural heritage is used to determine the organization of society. In general, culture, as a factor of social change, preserves both customs, established forms of behavior regulation, and new but not always dynamic factors and values. The main function of cultural heritage is to maintain national memory and stability in the life of the people.

Keywords:

S.G. Stroganov, F.I. Buslaev, cultural heritage as an activity, social movements and scientific organizations, mobilization of private resources, Imperial Moscow Society of Russian History and Antiquities, Society of Old Russian Art Lovers, synthetic discipline on folk culture.

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Lonchinskaya, T.E. (2020). Renovation of the fan of the Empress Maria Feodorovna. Eurasia: current issues of cultural heritage. Collection of Scientific Articles. European Scientific e-Journal, 3 (3), 62-74. Hlučín-Bobrovníky: “Anisiia Tomanek” OSVČ.

DOI: 10.47451/her2020-11-002 ---------- EOI: 10.11244/her2020-11-002 ---------- Certificate

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The works of lace-making art are our artistic heritage, material evidence of the creative talent and talent of Russian craftswomen. Speaking about the historical significance, aesthetic, artistic and expressive value of the lace fan of the Empress Maria Feodorovna, it is necessary to emphasize the reflection in them of technological traditions that determine the special attractiveness of hand-made artistic products, since they contain information about the lost technological techniques of lace weaving and the high skill of professional execution of ancient patterns. The author discusses the lace fan of the Empress Maria Feodorovna. The author reveals the nature of lace ornament as a mean of artistic expression, which is due to the use of certain techniques of weaving. The significance of research of works of artistic lace weaving, renovation of the most valuable monuments of cultural heritage is proved.

Keywords:

fan, Empress Maria Feodorovna, Mariinsky practical school of lace-makers, Russian lace, renovation.

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Kerner, K.F. Different methods of printing transfers for ceramic bases and their ecological aspect. Eurasia: current issues of cultural heritage. Collection of Scientific Articles. European Scientific e-Journal, 3 (3), 62-74. Hlučín-Bobrovníky: “Anisiia Tomanek” OSVČ.
Kerner, K.F. Transfer grafiki na podłoża ceramiczne różne metody i ich ekologiczny aspekt. Eurasia: current issues of cultural heritage. Collection of Scientific Articles. European Scientific e-Journal, 3 (3), 62-74. Hlučín-Bobrovníky: “Anisiia Tomanek” OSVČ.

DOI: 10.47451/her2020-11-001 ---------- EOI: 10.11244/her2020-11-001 ---------- Certificate

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The relevance of this article is the search for new means for artists to pursue their creative visions. Research done within the creative field furthers creativity and allows for new forms of expression. However, despite the singular purpose of creation itself, there remains responsibility. It is crucial that artists also can find ways of avoiding making more hazardous waste for the environment. This particular research is so timely when the whole world is in search of new methods of saving resources. article describes the various methods used for creating ceramic transfers. The second aspect describes the toxicity of certain chemicals used in specific processes. The research proposes the creation of a new method that would be based on the historical transfer method, but using updated techniques to minimize the toxic waste created from currently practiced methods.

Keywords:

Straffordshire, Spode, Małgorzata Et Ber Warlikowska, Marek Cecuła, transferware, silk-screen printing, digital ceramic printing, etching, ceramic pigments, matrix, porcelain.

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Vedrova, A.D. (2020). Conservation and restoration of still-life painting of the 20th century. Current issues of cultural heritage in 2020. Collection of Scientific Articles. European Scientific e-Journal, 1 (1), 92-113. Hlučín-Bobrovníky: “Anisiia Tomanek” OSVČ.

Ведрова, А.Д. (2020). Консервация и реставрация натюрмортов 20 века. Current issues of cultural heritage in 2020. Collection of Scientific Articles. European Scientific e-Journal, 1 (1), 92-113. Hlučín-Bobrovníky: “Anisiia Tomanek” OSVČ.

DOI: 10.47451/her2020-09-001 ---------- EOI: 10.11244/her2020-09-001 ---------- Certificate

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The relevance of the topic covered in this article is due to the importance of preserving cultural heritage in the modern world, since many objects of material cultural heritage are destroyed as a result of aggressive environment, improper handling and storage. And, therefore, in order to preserve them, it is necessary to create special conditions for the storage of art monuments, as well as to carry out their conservation and restoration in a timely manner. This article describes the conservation and restoration activities aimed at preserving the picturesque still-life of the 20th century by O.K. Tatevosyan. The complexity of these activities is due to the presence of a large number of surface contaminants, the main of which were dangerous and extremely difficult to remove fly deposits, as well as the thinness of the author’s layer.

Keywords:

conservation of still-life, restoration of still-life, insect spots, thin ground, Uzbekistan SSR, O.K. Tatevosyan.

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Velnikovskaya, Y.D. (2020). Restoration of the frames with mastic decor and gilding imitation of three types for the still-life of the late 19th and early 20th centuries (in Russian). Current issues of cultural heritage in 2020. Collection of Scientific Articles. European Scientific e-Journal, 1 (1), 134-148. Hlučín-Bobrovníky: “Anisiia Tomanek” OSVČ.

Вельниковская, Ю.Д. (2020). Реставрация рамы с мастичным декором и имитацией позолоты трёх видов к натюрморту конца ХIХ – начала ХХ веков. Current issues of cultural heritage in 2020. Collection of Scientific Articles. European Scientific e-Journal, 1 (1), 134-148. Hlučín-Bobrovníky: “Anisiia Tomanek” OSVČ.

DOI: 10.47451/her2020-08-007 ---------- EOI: 10.11244/her2020-08-007 ---------- Certificate

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The peculiarity of the restoration of the restored frame was the fact that the lost decor cannot be restored technologically at the moment in the material of the original creation, since the historical decor of factory production was previously made on a rolling machine. The losses of the stucco, miniature in size, mastic decor of a low profile on the frame are piece-by-piece and require an individual approach to the restoration of each fragment. The article contains information on conservation and restoration of a small frame size to the still-life, the decoration of which is mastic decor with gilding imitation of several types. The author of the article expresses the opinion that the method of carrying out restoration work performed on this frame will undoubtedly be useful in practice for other restorers on similar works with the loss of mastic factory decor and its historical decoration, and will also replenish the treasury of scientific knowledge in this area.

Keywords:

frame restoration, still life, mastic decor, gilding imitation.

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Oksentyuk, O.V. (2020). Complex of conservation works to preserve the tombstone of the 18th century from the necropolis of the Alexander Nevsky Lavra in St Petersburg (in Russian). Current issues of cultural heritage in 2020. Collection of Scientific Articles. European Scientific e-Journal, 1 (1), 203-223. Hlučín-Bobrovníky: “Anisiia Tomanek” OSVČ.

Оксентюк, О.В. (2020). Комплекс консервационных работ по сохранению надгробной плиты XVIII века из некрополя Александро-Невской Лавры в Санкт-Петербурге. Current issues of cultural heritage in 2020. Collection of Scientific Articles. European Scientific e-Journal, 1 (1), 203-223. Hlučín-Bobrovníky: “Anisiia Tomanek” OSVČ.

DOI: 10.47451/her2020-08-006 ---------- EOI: 10.11244/her2020-08-006 ---------- Certificate

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The 18 century St Petersburg Necropolis of the Alexander Nevsky Lavra is a repository of information about thousands of names of statesmen, artists, military men, about the color of the spiritual and political life of Russia. Saving all this information is an important and difficult task. The difficulty lies in the variety and specificity of factors affecting the preservation of monuments. The author describes the conservation measures carried out to preserve the 18th century memorial tombstone. The material of the slab is Putilov limestone. The complexity of such events lies in the fact that horizontally lying tombstones are an excellent springboard for various destructive processes that affect the preservation of the monument’s material. The concept of conservation works was aimed at deliberately emphasizing the places of restoration interventions and maximum preservation of the historical material of the Maremyana Petrovna Nefedova’s tombstone.

Keywords:

tombstone preservation, necropolis, Alexander Nevsky Lavra, St Petersburg.

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Zuenkova, O.V. (2020). Conservation and restoration of the frame to the icon of Descent from the Cross of the main iconostasis of the Upper Church of the Cathedral of the Vladimir Icon of the Mother of God in St Petersburg (in Russian). Current issues of cultural heritage in 2020. Collection of Scientific Articles. European Scientific e-Journal, 1 (1), 253-278. Hlučín-Bobrovníky: “Anisiia Tomanek” OSVČ.

Зуенкова, О.В. (2020). Консервация и реставрация рамы к иконе «Снятие с креста» главного иконостаса верхнего храма собора Владимирской иконы Божией Матери в Санкт-Петербурге. Current issues of cultural heritage in 2020. Collection of Scientific Articles. European Scientific e-Journal, 1 (1), 253-278. Hlučín-Bobrovníky: “Anisiia Tomanek” OSVČ.

DOI: 10.47451/her2020-08-005 ---------- EOI: 10.11244/her2020-08-005 ---------- Certificate

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The preservation of the Church’s cultural heritage is one of the most important tasks of the society today. The historical main Baroque iconostasis of the Cathedral of the Vladimir Icon of the Mother of God in St. Petersburg is a unique work of art of its kind, created in the middle of the 18 century by the famous F. Rastrelli. The Iconostasis needs conservation and restoration, and must be preserved in accordance with museum principles as an architectural monument of federal significance. This article describes the questions of attribution, conservation and restoration of the frame to the icon of Descent from the Cross, which is an important element in the complex of historical and cultural heritage of the Cathedral of the Vladimir icon of the Mother of God.

Keywords:

restoration of sculpture, conservation, the necropolis of Alexander Nevsky Lavra, St Petersburg.

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Snatkina, E.V. (2020). Conservation and restoration of a fragment of the Royal Gate’s sash with the icon of Omen (in Russian). Current issues of cultural heritage in 2020. Collection of Scientific Articles. European Scientific e-Journal, 1 (1), 224-252. Hlučín-Bobrovníky: “Anisiia Tomanek” OSVČ.

Снаткина, Е.В. (2020). Консервация и реставрация фрагмента створки Царских врат с иконой «Знамение». Current issues of cultural heritage in 2020. Collection of Scientific Articles. European Scientific e-Journal, 1 (1), 224-252. Hlučín-Bobrovníky: “Anisiia Tomanek” OSVČ.

DOI: 10.47451/her2020-08-004 ---------- EOI: 10.11244/her2020-08-004 ---------- Certificate

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The relevance of this research topic lies in the fact that in our time the public interest in church decorative and applied art has increased, the works of which represent historical cultural heritage and periodically need conservation and restoration. The window frame and the image on the icon are inextricably linked to each other. The author of the article introduces to an unusual and uncharacteristic set of fragments of two monuments, connected in an arbitrary composition in the form of a frame to the icon, for the purpose of its exposure and utilitarian use. She tells about the technological features of the practical restoration of these two monuments with distortions of their original finish as a result of previous unprofessional restoration.

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sash restoration, conservation, the Royal Gates, the icon of Omen, St Petersburg.

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Baibekova, L.S. (2020). Conservation and restoration of the memorial monument to A.A. Goryainov (1795-1813) in the Necropolis of the 18th century Alexander Nevsky Lavra (in Russian). Current issues of cultural heritage in 2020. Collection of Scientific Articles. European Scientific e-Journal, 1 (1), 182-202. Hlučín-Bobrovníky: “Anisiia Tomanek” OSVČ.

Байбекова, Л.Ш. (2020). Консервация и реставрация мемориального памятника А.А. Горяйнову (1795-1813 гг.) в Некрополе XVIII в. Александро-Невской Лавры. Current issues of cultural heritage in 2020. Collection of Scientific Articles. European Scientific e-Journal, 1 (1), 182-202. Hlučín-Bobrovníky: “Anisiia Tomanek” OSVČ.

DOI:10.47451/her2020-08-003 ---------- EOI: 10.11244/her2020-08-003 ---------- Certificate

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Memorial monuments are a kind of art that follows its canons and forms, having its own ways of artistic plastic expression. It is tombstones that form the aesthetic appeal of necropolises. This article describes the issues of attribution, conservation and restoration of the memorial monument to Alexander Goryainov (1795-1813) in the Necropolis of the 18th century Alexander Nevsky Lavra. Each sculpture is a unique source of information about a bygone era, often without analogues, and at the same time – an integral part of our present, forming the modern appearance of urban space and its aesthetic appeal. Conservation and restoration of outdoor sculptures is one of the main tasks of preserving the cultural heritage of St Petersburg. The author concludes that it is not yet possible to stop the further destruction of the stone and the only thing that is possible is to try to slow down its destruction.

Keywords:

restoration of sculpture, conservation, the necropolis of Alexander Nevsky Lavra, St Petersburg.

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Portugalsky, P.V. (2020). Conservation and restoration of frames with stucco mastic decor. Current issues of cultural heritage in 2020. Collection of Scientific Articles. European Scientific e-Journal, 1 (1), 114-133. Hlučín-Bobrovníky: “Anisiia Tomanek” OSVČ.

DOI:10.47451/her2020-08-002 ---------- EOI: 10.11244/her2020-08-002 ---------- Certificate

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The relevance of the chosen topic is that picture frames are valuable cultural objects. The production of artistic baguette frames with mastic decoration, gilding, imitation gilding and other decorative coatings has a long tradition and developed production technology. The study of frames allows you to get valuable information about the artistic styles of frames, about the technology of their production, to develop acceptable methods of restoration, which many frames need. The author reveals the ways and methods of conservation and restoration of a particular frame with imitation gilding to a painting from a private collection. It describes the state of preservation of the object before restoration and determines the sequence of methods for eliminating defects in the frame to give it an expositional appearance, and then describes the processes of working on the frame. The author concludes that the frame and the painting are separate works of art and craft, but they are created for each other. The picture, of course, takes precedence, the frame plays a secondary role, but they interact and complement each other.

Keywords:

conservation and restoration of objects of applied art, olive decor, frame.

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Fomicheva, N.M. (2020). Conservation and restoration of the Agate Rooms of the Summer Park Pavilion “Cold Bath” in Tsarskoye Selo in 2009-2013 (in Russian). Current issues of cultural heritage in 2020. Collection of Scientific Articles. European Scientific e-Journal, 1 (1), 149-181. Hlučín-Bobrovníky: “Anisiia Tomanek” OSVČ.
Фомичева, Н.М. (2020). Консервация и реставрация «Агатовых комнат» летнего паркового павильона «Холодная баня» в Царском Селе в 2009-2013 годах. Current issues of cultural heritage in 2020. Collection of Scientific Articles. European Scientific e-Journal, 1 (1), 149-181. Hlučín-Bobrovníky: “Anisiia Tomanek” OSVČ.

DOI: 10.47451/her2020-08-001 ---------- EOI: 10.11244/her2020-08-001 ---------- Certificate

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The relevance of the topic lies in the fact that, due to their age and technical condition, cultural World Heritage sites periodically need conservation and restoration due to aging of the base and finishing materials, binders, instability of the indoor microclimate and the impact of force majeure circumstances on them. In this article, the author introduces the reader to the topic of conservation and restoration of interiors of the 18th century of the unique monument of the Agate Rooms of the Cold Bath pavilion, in the decoration of the walls of the interiors of which natural ornamental stones are used: jasper of different colors of the Altai and Ural deposits. The technique of finishing the interiors of the second floor with natural stone, its conservation and restoration, carried out professionally according to specially compiled individual methods, can be useful to restorers of the world community engaged in finishing works of decorative applied art with natural stone and their restoration.

Keywords:

agate rooms, cold bath, complex conservation, restoration

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