Andrei Rublev: 3 Works

As I continue to think about my recent viewing of Andrei Tarkovsky’s film Andrei Rublev, I thought I would devote today’s Wordless Wednesday to three works by Rublev, the medieval Russian icon painter who has been called “the pride and glory of Russian culture.” Click on the images to see larger versions. All images from Wikipedia.

Andrei Rublev, Icon of the Holy Trinity (1411 or 1425-27, Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow)

Andrei Rublev, Christ the Savior (c. 1410, Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow)

Andrei Rublev, Annunciation (1405, Cathedral of the Annunciation, Moscow)

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