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Andrei Rublev Collection

Andrei Rublev was a 15th-century Russian icon painter and one of the greatest masters of Orthodox religious art

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Background imageAndrei Rublev Collection: Nativity of the Virgin (detail), c. 1600-25 (tempera on wood)

Nativity of the Virgin (detail), c. 1600-25 (tempera on wood)
5945089 Nativity of the Virgin (detail), c.1600-25 (tempera on wood) by Russian School (16th century); Andrei Rublev Museum, Moscow, Russia; Russian, out of copyright

Background imageAndrei Rublev Collection: The Holy Trinity, 1420s (tempera on panel) (for copy see 40956)

The Holy Trinity, 1420s (tempera on panel) (for copy see 40956)
BAL39517 The Holy Trinity, 1420s (tempera on panel) (for copy see 40956) by Rublev, Andrei (c.1370-1430); 142x114 cm; Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow, Russia; Russian, out of copyright

Background imageAndrei Rublev Collection: RUSSIAN ICONS: THE TRINITY. By Andrei Rublev. Wood, 1411

RUSSIAN ICONS: THE TRINITY. By Andrei Rublev. Wood, 1411

Background imageAndrei Rublev Collection: The Trinity of Roublev, c1411. Artist: Andrey Rublyov

The Trinity of Roublev, c1411. Artist: Andrey Rublyov
The Trinity of Roublev, c1411

Background imageAndrei Rublev Collection: RUSSIAN ICONS: THE SAVIOUR. By Andrei Rublev, c1400

RUSSIAN ICONS: THE SAVIOUR. By Andrei Rublev, c1400

Background imageAndrei Rublev Collection: Icon of St. John the Baptist (tempera on panel)

Icon of St. John the Baptist (tempera on panel)
XIR162374 Icon of St. John the Baptist (tempera on panel) by Rublev, Andrei (c.1370-1430); 85x65 cm; Andrei Rublev Museum, Moscow, Russia; Russian, out of copyright

Background imageAndrei Rublev Collection: St Paul, 1407 (tempera on panel)

St Paul, 1407 (tempera on panel)
XPH309202 St Paul, 1407 (tempera on panel) by Rublev, Andrei (c.1370-1430); 159x105 cm; Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow, Russia; (add.info.: Apostel Paulus; ); Russian, out of copyright

Background imageAndrei Rublev Collection: Old testament trinity by andrei rublev, c, 1410 - 1420, tempera on panel

Old testament trinity by andrei rublev, c, 1410 - 1420, tempera on panel

Background imageAndrei Rublev Collection: St. John the Baptist, Russian icon, 17th century

St. John the Baptist, Russian icon, 17th century
BAL40960 St. John the Baptist, Russian icon, 17th century; Andrei Rublev Museum, Moscow, Russia

Background imageAndrei Rublev Collection: 'L evangeliste saint Matthieu'Icone russe. Peinture sur bois d Andrei Roublev (Rublev)

"L evangeliste saint Matthieu"Icone russe. Peinture sur bois d Andrei Roublev (Rublev) (1360 / 70-1430)
FIA5335598 " L evangeliste saint Matthieu" Icone russe. Peinture sur bois d Andrei Roublev (Rublev) (1360/70-1430) Trinity Cathedral of the Trinity Lavra of St

Background imageAndrei Rublev Collection: Le Christ en majeste, Sauveur du monde (Christ in Majesty, Saviour of the World)

Le Christ en majeste, Sauveur du monde (Christ in Majesty, Saviour of the World)
FIA5330618 Le Christ en majeste, Sauveur du monde (Christ in Majesty, Saviour of the World). Jesus Christ en majeste (en gloire) dans une mandorle faisant le signe de la benediction

Background imageAndrei Rublev Collection: 'L evangeliste saint Luc'Icone russe. Peinture sur bois d Andrei Roublev (Rublev) (1360 / 70-1430)

"L evangeliste saint Luc"Icone russe. Peinture sur bois d Andrei Roublev (Rublev) (1360 / 70-1430)
FIA5335592 " L evangeliste saint Luc" Icone russe. Peinture sur bois d Andrei Roublev (Rublev) (1360/70-1430) Trinity Cathedral of the Trinity Lavra of St

Background imageAndrei Rublev Collection: The Vladimir Madonna and Child, Russian icon, Moscow School (tempera on panel)

The Vladimir Madonna and Child, Russian icon, Moscow School (tempera on panel)
SRM96616 The Vladimir Madonna and Child, Russian icon, Moscow School (tempera on panel) by Rublev, Andrei (c.1370-1430) (circle of); 29x17.5x2.1 cm; State Russian Museum, St

Background imageAndrei Rublev Collection: The Holy Face (panel)

The Holy Face (panel)
REV128467 The Holy Face (panel) by Russian School (13th century); Andrei Rublev Museum, Moscow, Russia; Russian, out of copyright

Background imageAndrei Rublev Collection: Nativity of the Virgin (detail), c. 1600-25 (tempera on wood)

Nativity of the Virgin (detail), c. 1600-25 (tempera on wood)
5945124 Nativity of the Virgin (detail), c.1600-25 (tempera on wood) by Russian School (16th century); Andrei Rublev Museum, Moscow, Russia; Russian, out of copyright

Background imageAndrei Rublev Collection: St John (tempera on panel)

St John (tempera on panel)
PWI110936 St John (tempera on panel) by Russian School (16th century); Andrei Rublev Museum, Moscow, Russia; (add.info.: Panel from the door of Markovo village church showing the four Evangelists)

Background imageAndrei Rublev Collection: Oklad, or cover of the Trinity Icon (gold and silver with precious stones and pearls

Oklad, or cover of the Trinity Icon (gold and silver with precious stones and pearls
GIP129425 Oklad, or cover of the Trinity Icon (gold and silver with precious stones and pearls) (detail) by Rublev, Andrei (c.1370-1430); Sergiev Posad State History and Art Museum

Background imageAndrei Rublev Collection: The Archangel Michael (russian icon), by Andrei Rublev or Andrej Rubljov (1360-1430)

The Archangel Michael (russian icon), by Andrei Rublev or Andrej Rubljov (1360-1430)
AIS5369431 The Archangel Michael (russian icon), by Andrei Rublev or Andrej Rubljov (1360-1430), painted between 1410 and 1420 (painting on wood) by Rublev, Andrei (c.1370-1430); Tretyakov Gallery

Background imageAndrei Rublev Collection: Oklad Cover for the Holy Trinity icon by Andrei Rublev, 1600-1625. Artist: Ancient Russian Art

Oklad Cover for the Holy Trinity icon by Andrei Rublev, 1600-1625. Artist: Ancient Russian Art
Oklad Cover for the Holy Trinity icon by Andrei Rublev, 1600-1625. Found in the collection of State Open-air Museum of the Trinity Lavra of St. Sergius, Sergyev Possad

Background imageAndrei Rublev Collection: The Virgin of Vladimir

The Virgin of Vladimir. Found in the Collection of State Museum of Architecture, History and Art, Vladimir

Background imageAndrei Rublev Collection: Saint John the Baptist, ca 1408. Artist: Rublev, Andrei (1360 / 70-1430)

Saint John the Baptist, ca 1408. Artist: Rublev, Andrei (1360 / 70-1430)
Saint John the Baptist, ca 1408. Found in the collection of State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow

Background imageAndrei Rublev Collection: The Apostle Paul (From the Deesis Range), ca 1408. Artist: Rublev, Andrei (1360 / 70-1430)

The Apostle Paul (From the Deesis Range), ca 1408. Artist: Rublev, Andrei (1360 / 70-1430)
The Apostle Paul (From the Deesis Range), ca 1408. Found in the collection of the State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg

Background imageAndrei Rublev Collection: The Apostle Peter (From the Deesis Range), ca 1408. Artist: Rublev, Andrei (1360 / 70-1430)

The Apostle Peter (From the Deesis Range), ca 1408. Artist: Rublev, Andrei (1360 / 70-1430)
The Apostle Peter (From the Deesis Range), ca 1408. Found in the collection of the State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg

Background imageAndrei Rublev Collection: Saint Michael the Archangel, c1410

Saint Michael the Archangel, c1410. Rublev, Andrei (1360/70-1430). Found in the collection of the State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow

Background imageAndrei Rublev Collection: The Trinity, (Detail), c1380-1430. Artist: Andrey Rublyov

The Trinity, (Detail), c1380-1430. Artist: Andrey Rublyov
The Trinity, (Detail), c1380-1430

Background imageAndrei Rublev Collection: The Trinity, (Detail), c1380-1430. Artist: Andrey Rublyov

The Trinity, (Detail), c1380-1430. Artist: Andrey Rublyov
The Trinity, (Detail), c1380-1430

Background imageAndrei Rublev Collection: The Trinity of Roublev, (detail), c1411. Artist: Andrey Rublyov

The Trinity of Roublev, (detail), c1411. Artist: Andrey Rublyov
The Trinity of Roublev, (detail), c1411

Background imageAndrei Rublev Collection: Salvator Mundi (Saviour of the World), c1410

Salvator Mundi (Saviour of the World), c1410. Rublev, Andrei (1360/70-1430). Russian icon painting. Found in the collection of the State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow


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Andrei Rublev Collection

Andrei Rublev was a 15th-century Russian icon painter and one of the greatest masters of Orthodox religious art. He is most famous for his iconic paintings of the Holy Trinity, which are considered to be among the finest medieval Russian art. His works were characterized by their spiritual intensity and vivid colors, as well as their attention to detail and symbolism. In addition to his iconic paintings, he also created frescoes, miniatures, mosaics, and other works in churches throughout Russia. His influence on subsequent generations of artists has been immense; he is widely regarded as one of the greatest painters in Russian history.
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Our beautiful Wall Art and Photo Gifts include Framed Prints, Photo Prints, Poster Prints, Canvas Prints, Jigsaw Puzzles, Metal Prints and so much more

The Andrei Rublev collection from Media Storehouse features a stunning array of wall art, framed prints, photo prints, canvas prints, jigsaw puzzles and greeting cards that showcase the works of one of Russia's most celebrated artists. Our collection is named after Andrei Rublev who was a medieval Russian painter and iconographer known for his religious artwork. The pieces in our collection are carefully curated to highlight the beauty and intricacy of Rublev's work. From vibrant depictions of biblical scenes to serene portraits of saints and angels, each piece in our collection captures the essence of Rublev's unique style. Whether you're looking for a statement piece for your living room or an elegant addition to your office decor, there is something for everyone in this exquisite collection. With high-quality printing techniques used on premium materials such as fine art paper and canvas, these pieces are sure to impress even the most discerning art connoisseur. So why not bring a touch of timeless elegance into your home with one of these beautiful artworks from the Andrei Rublev Collection?
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What are Andrei Rublev (Artists Arts) art prints?

Andrei Rublev was a famous Russian icon painter of the 15th century. His works are considered as masterpieces of medieval art and have influenced many artists throughout history. We offer a collection of Andrei Rublev's art prints that showcase his iconic style, which is characterized by its vivid colors, intricate details, and religious themes. These art prints feature some of Rublev's most notable works such as "The Trinity," "The Old Testament Trinity," and "The Annunciation." Each print is carefully reproduced to capture the essence of the original artwork while maintaining its authenticity. Whether you're an art enthusiast or simply looking for beautiful decor pieces for your home or office, these Andrei Rublev art prints are sure to impress. They make great gifts for any occasion and can add a touch of elegance to any space. With our high-quality printing technology, you can enjoy these timeless artworks in all their glory for years to come.
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What Andrei Rublev (Artists Arts) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of Andrei Rublev art prints for purchase. You can choose from various sizes and formats, including framed or unframed prints, canvas prints, and metal prints. Some of the most popular pieces available include "The Trinity," "The Old Testament Trinity," "Christ the Redeemer," and "The Annunciation." These iconic works showcase Rublev's mastery of color, composition, and symbolism in his religious paintings. In addition to these well-known pieces, Media Storehouse also offers lesser-known works by Rublev that are equally stunning. For example, you may be interested in purchasing a print of his fresco painting at the Holy Trinity Monastery or one of his miniatures from illuminated manuscripts. Whether you're looking to add some spiritual inspiration to your home decor or simply appreciate the beauty of Russian Orthodox art, there is sure to be an Andrei Rublev print that suits your taste on Media Storehouse.
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To purchase Andrei Rublev art prints from Media Storehouse, you can browse our extensive collection of artwork online. Once you have found the print that you would like to purchase, simply add it to your cart and proceed to checkout. During the checkout process, you will be prompted to enter your shipping and payment information. We offer a range of different sizes and framing options for their prints, so be sure to select the one that best suits your needs. We also offer a variety of other artists' works if you are interested in exploring more options. Once your order has been processed and shipped, you can expect to receive your new artwork within a reasonable timeframe depending on where you live. Whether for personal use or as a gift for someone special, purchasing Andrei Rublev art prints from Media Storehouse is an easy way to bring beautiful artwork into your home or office space.
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How much do Andrei Rublev (Artists Arts) art prints cost?

We offer a wide range of art prints from various artists, including Andrei Rublev. The cost of these prints may vary depending on the size and type of print you choose. We have a variety of options available such as canvas prints, framed prints, and poster prints. Our art prints are produced using high-quality materials to ensure that they look stunning in any setting. Each print is carefully crafted to capture the essence and beauty of the original artwork by Andrei Rublev. We take pride in offering affordable prices for our customers while maintaining exceptional quality standards. Our goal is to make art accessible to everyone who appreciates it without compromising on quality or value. If you're interested in purchasing an Andrei Rublev art print from Media Storehouse, please browse our collection online or contact us for more information about pricing and availability.
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How will my Andrei Rublev (Artists Arts) art prints be delivered to me?

We take great care in delivering your Andrei Rublev art prints to you. We use high-quality packaging materials to ensure that your artwork arrives safely and undamaged. Depending on the size of your print, it will either be delivered flat or rolled up in a sturdy tube. For smaller prints, we use protective cardboard envelopes with reinforced corners to prevent bending or creasing during transit. Larger prints are carefully rolled up and placed inside a durable tube that is designed to protect against moisture and other environmental factors. We work with trusted shipping partners who have years of experience in handling delicate items like artwork. You can rest assured that your Andrei Rublev art print will be handled with care from the moment it leaves our warehouse until it reaches its final destination. We strive to provide a seamless delivery experience for all of our customers so that they can enjoy their new artwork as soon as possible.