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Andrey Rublev has been called the ‘greatest Russian artist who ever lived’ – but one of his most famous works is at risk under Putin

By Robin Milner-Gulland, Emeritus Professor of Russian, University of Sussex
Rublev, active around 1400 in and near Moscow, was a monk and painter of icons, frescoes and (possibly) manuscripts in the tradition of the Orthodox ChurchThe Conversation

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