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“Rodnik”: A Source of Inspiration

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Abstract The article discusses the history of Princess Mariia Tenishevaʼs workshops at Talashkino which, in the early 1900s, played a significant role in Russia’s Arts and Crafts movement. Recently discovered photographs of the interior of “Rodnik,” the store in Moscow that marketed Talashkino wares from 1903 to 1906, were the occasion to shed more light on Tenisheva’s attempt to revive popular craft traditions by creating artist-designed and hand manufactured goods for daily use.

Affiliations: 1: Moscow jesco@mail.ru

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2012-01-01
2016-12-07

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