Saints Boris And Gleb On The Ship By Ivan Bilibin


Unusual print Russian Art Nouveau by Ivan Bilibin P6020


❤️ Art Nouveau Religious art Saints Boris and Gleb on the ship by Ivan Bilibin
💛 Bilibin was Born: August 16, 1876, Petersburg, Russian Federation;
Died: February 7, 1942, St. Petersburg, Russian Federation
❤️ According to the two 11th century Lives of Boris and Gleb (ascribed to Nestor the Chronicler and Jacob the Monk), they were younger children of Vladimir the Great, who liked them more than his other children. The Primary Chronicle says that their mother was a Bulgarian woman. Most modern scholars, however, argue that Boris and Gleb had different mothers, and were of different age. Boris, the elder, who had been already married and ruled the town of Rostov, was probably regarded as heir apparent to the Kievan throne. Gleb, who was still a minor, ruled the easternmost town of Murom.

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