« 2017. #6 (138)

The Ethnology Notebooks. 2017, 6 (138), 1459—1467

UDK 7. 046; 7.041.6

DOI https://doi.org/10.15407/nz2017.06.1459

Received 7.11.2017


ORCID ID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1202-1488

Kosiv Roksolana Romanivna, Ph.D. in Art Studies,

senior researcher at the Department of Old-Ukrainian Art

of the National Museum in Lviv named after Andrey Sheptytsky,

associate professor at the Department of Sacral Art

of the Lviv National Academy of Arts,

Kubiiovycha Str., 38, Lviv, 79011, Ukraine.

Contacts: Tel. (032) 2761482; e-mail: lanakosiv@yahoo.com

Abstract. The article is devoted to the review of miraculous icons painted in the style of masters of the Rybotychi cell. Among them an icon of the Mother of God Lisskoy is excreted, the features of her iconography were traced and other works, painted by the same master, were found. On the basis of the dated icon of this author, the dating of the icon of the Mother of God of Liska was specified in the 1680­s and early 1660­s. The replica of the miraculous icon of the Theotokos of Terebovlia, performed by the rybotychi master of Ivan Seredynskyi is specified, and the dating of this copy was specified in 1710—1717­s. The influence of the iconography of the miraculous icons of the Diocese of Peremysk, in particular the Virgin of Lopianska, Verkhatska, and Khlopytska, was noted on separate models of the Virgin Mary of Eleusa in the performance of the rybotychi painters. In the context of the miraculous icons of the rybotychi masters, the icon of the Virgin of Odigitria of the late XVII century In the context of the miraculous icons of the riteatic masters, the icon of the Virgin of Odigitria of the late XVII centuries from the Church of the Protection of the Virgin in Buchach is considered.

Keywords: miraculous icons of the Virgin, rybotychi painting center (1680—1720­s), iconography, artistic features.


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