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Жердев В. В. Художественный ансамбль церкви св. Елизаветы в Висбадене: персоналии и тенденции немецкого искусства // Вестник ПСТГУ. Серия V: Вопросы истории и теории христианского искусства. 2014. Вып. 1 (13). С. 120-135. DOI: 10.15382/sturV201413.120-135
St. Elizabeth orthodox church’s architectural and pictorial stylistic and artistic features have been reviewed in the article. German academic schools’ infl uence on the church’s pictorial style, that has made unique work of art diff erent from the parent state’s sacral art, has been analyzed
St. Elizabeth orthodox church in Wiesbaden, romanticism, German academic schools, architecture, interior, wall-painting, sculpture

1. Antonov V. V. i dr. Russkie hramy i obiteli v Evrope (Russian Churches and Monasteries in Europe), Saint-Petersburg, 2005.
2. Vjazemskij P. V. Osvjashhenie novosooruzhennoj nadgrobnoj pravoslavnoj cerkvi sv. prav. Elisavety v Visbadene (Consecration of New Builded Memorial Orthodox Church of St. Elisaveta in Wiesbaden), Saint-Petersburg, 1855.
3. Kirichenko E. I. Russkaja arhitektura 1830–1910-h godov (Russian Architecture of 1830–1910 Years), Moscow, 1978.
4. Muter R. Istorija zhivopisi v XIX veke (History of Painting Art in XIX Century), Moscow, 1899, vol. 1.
5. Artemoff N. The Russian Church in Wiesbaden, Munich, 2003.
6. Kaiser V. Kaulbachs Bildekreis der Weltgeschichte, Berlin, 1879.
7. Laufs M. Philipp Hoffmann (1806–1889): ein nassauischer Baumeister des Historismus, Stuttgart, 2007.
8. Luestner L. Emil Hopfgarten. Ein Immortellenkranz auf das Grab eines Fruehverstorbenen, Wiesbaden, 1908.
9. Mueller H. Kaulbach, Berlin, 1893.
10. Wallace W. S. (ed.) The Dictionary of Canadian Biography, Toronto, 1926.
11. Werschewskaja M. Graeber erzaelen Geschichte. Die russisch-orthodoxe Kirche der hl. Elisabeth und ihr Friedhof in Wiesbaden, Wiesbaden, 2007.
Жердев В. В. Возвращение из небытия: церковь св; апостолов Петра и Павла в Людвигслюсте // Вестник ПСТГУ. Серия V: Вопросы истории и теории христианского искусства. 2015. Вып. 2 (18). С. 82-91. DOI: 10.15382/sturV201518.82-91
The article discusses the history and artistic decorations of one of the fi rst signifi cant Russian Orthodox churches in Germany — Peter and Paul’s church in the Grand Princess Yelena Pavlovna’s mausoleum. The church was abolished, but on the remained artifacts from the Museum of Schwerin and to other sources becomes clear how the lost church looked. Connections between the lost images for the church’s iconostasis and a court artist Suhrlandt’s saved works are considered.
church of St. Apostels Peter and Paul in Ludwigslust, mausoleum, Classicism, Romanticism, iconostasis, paintings, Suhrlandt, Museum of Schwerin.

1. Antonov V. V. i dr. Russkie hramy i obiteli v Evrope (Russian Churches and Monasteries in Europe), Saint-Petersburg, 2005.
2. Kirichenko E. I. 1983 “Problema stilja i zhanra v russkoj arhitekture vtoroj chetverti XIX v.: zametki s vystavki «Ot Aleksandra Brjullova do Ivana Fomina»” (Problem of Style and Genre in Russian Architecture of 2nd Quarter of XIX Cent.: Notices from Exhibition “From Alexandr Brjullov to Ivan Fomin”), in Arhitektura SSSR, 1983, vol. 3, p. 4.
3. Tal'berg N. 1958 “Pravoslavnoe hramozdanie imperatorskoj Rossii v Evrope (istoricheskij ocherk)” (Orthodox Church Building of Imperial Russia in Europe (Historical Survey)), in Pravoslavnyj put': cerkovno-bogoslovsko-filosofskij ezhegodnik: prilozh. k zhurn. «Pravoslavnaja Rus'», 1958, pp. 135–163.
4. Allgemeines Lexikon der Bildenden Künstler von der Antike bis zur Gegenwand. Thieme — Becker, Leipzig, 1935, vol. 29, p. 121.
5. Baudis H. Rudolf Suhrlandt (1781–1862). Grenzgaenger zwischen Klassizismus und Biedermeier, Griefswald, 2007.
6. Schlie F. Die Kunst- und Geschichts-Denkmaeler des Grossherzogthums Mecklenburg-Schwerin, Schwerin, 1899, vol. 3: Die Amtsgerichtsbezirke Hagenow, Wittenburg, Boizenburg, Luebtheen, Doemitz, Grabow, Ludwigslust, Neustadt, Crivitz, Brueel, Warin, Neubuckow, Kroepelin und Doberan, p. 266.
7. Turner P. Joseph Ramee. International Architect of the Revolutionary Era, Cambridge, New York, Melbourne, 1996.
Жердев В. В. Церковь св. Екатерины в Штутгарте - в поисках художественного образа // Вестник ПСТГУ. Серия V: Вопросы истории и теории христианского искусства. 2016. Вып. 1 (21). С. 59-70. DOI: 10.15382/sturV201621.59-70
The article discusses the history of one of the first fundamental monuments of Russian Orthodox presence on the German soil — funeral church of Grand Princess Catherine Pavlovna Romanova, Queen of Wurttemberg. Design competition of the church is traced, representing the concept from neo-Gothic to classic style. Gallery of artists who participated in the project’s competition and directly involved in the creation of an artistic ensemble of the temple is expanded. Architects: D. Salucci, D. Thuermer, J. Knapp, H. Huebsch, L. von Klenze. Sculptors: B. Thorvaldsen, J. Dannecker, J. Leeb, J. Zwerger, T. Wagner. Special attention is paid to the iconostasis, made in Russia. Stylistic features of his images and decor are considered. Weighted synthesis of architectural forms, sculpture, decorative arts and painting presented, as a result, a significant monument of Romanticism.
Orthodox church of St. Catherine in Stuttgart, Grand Princess Catherine Pavlovna, mausoleum, D. Salucci, sculpture, B. Thorvaldsen, J. Dannecker, iconostasis, Classicism, Romanticism.

1. Antonov V. V. et al. Russkie hramy i obiteli v Evrope (Russian Churches and Monasteries in Europe), Saint-Petersburg, 2005.
2. Iisus Hristos v hristianskom iskusstve i kul'ture XVI–XX v. (Jesus Christ in Christian Art and Culture of XVI–XX Cent.), Saint-Petersburg., 2000.
3. Mal'cev A. P., protoierej. Germanija v cerkovno-religioznom otnoshenii s podrobnym opisaniem pravoslavnyh russkih cerkvej (Germany in Church-Religious View with Detailed Description of Orthodox Russian Churches), Saint-Petersburg, 1903.
4. Muter R. Istorija zhivopisi ot Srednih vekov do nashih dnej (History of Painting from Middle Ages till Today), Moscow, 1902, vol. 2.
5. Uspenskij L. A. Bogoslovie ikony (Theology of Icon), Moscow, 2001.
6. Fedorchenko V. I. Rossijskij imperatorskij dom i evropejskie monarhii (Russian Emperor House and European Monarchies), Moscow, 2006.
7. Florovskij G. 1932 “O pochitanii Sofii Premudrosti Bozhiej v Vizantii i na Rusi” (About Worship to Sophia God Wisdom in Byzantium and Rus’), in Trudy 5-go S'ezda russkih akademicheskih organizacij za granicej, Sofia, 1932, vol. 1, p. 321.
8. Barnard M. R. The Life of Thorvaldsen Collated from the Danish of J. M. Thiele, London, 1865.
9. Fandrey C. Giovanni Salucci: 1769–1845; Hofbaumeister König Wilhelms I, von Württemberg, Stuttgart, 1995.
10. Seide G. Die russische Kirche zum Ehren des Hl. Nikolaus des Wundertäters, München, 1989.
Жердев В. В. Русский храм в Берлине: утраченное творение Н. Васильева // Вестник ПСТГУ. Серия V: Вопросы истории и теории христианского искусства. 2017. Вып. 25. С. 82-94. DOI: 10.15382/sturV201725.82-94
Martyrology of Russian church architecture includes not only the loss of unique monuments of sacred art in Russia, but also abroad. This loss can also be a result of vandalism of the state. The unique monument of Russian architecture, which could have become a true symbol of centuries-old Russian-German relations and the adornment of the German capital, became a victim of economic and political circumstances. The paper deals with the history of Russian churches in Berlin and architectural features of the Russian community house, which was built by architect Nikolai Vasil’ev. In search of architectural and artistic image of the community house, the architect employed the image of “Church-Castle”, on which he had worked at the beginning of the 20th century. The paper also examines the relationship between the church of the community house and examples of Novgorod church architecture of the 12th–15th centuries.
architect Nikolai Vasil’ev, Resurrection cathedral in Berlin, Russian community house, “Church-Castle”, Neo-Russian style, Novgorod architecture

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Bubnov P. V., Balyuk N., Istoria pravoslavnogo Sviato-Kniaz-Vladidmirskogo bratstva v Germanii s 1890 po 2007 gg. Zhirovichi, 2007.
Fedorchenko V. I., Rossijskij imperatorskij dom i evropejskie monarkhii. Moscow, 2006.
Lisovskiy V. G., Gasho R. M., Nikolay Vasiliev. Sankt-Petersburg, 2011.
Shkarovskiy M. V., Krest i svastika. Nazistskaya Germania i Pravoslavnaya tserkov. Moscow, 2007.
Talberg N. D., “Archiepiskop Tichon (Liaschenko)“, in: Luch sveta. Uchenie v zaschitu Pravoslavnoy very, v oblichenie ateizmai i oproverzhenie doktrinu neveria, 1971, II.