George Drobot’s Iconography School, (Paris)

Photo essay by photographer VLADIMIR BAZAN .

1.  The Petit Palais (Small Palace) in Paris, France. Built for the Univeral Exhibition in 1900 to Charles Girault’s designs, it now houses the City of Paris Museum of Fine Arts.

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2.  The Petit Palais.  Stairway.  Architect Charles Girault himself designed the main entrance gate and created the banisters for the staircases in rotundas, as well as the garlands and swags of wrought iron decorating the peristyle and balconies of the Petit Palais.

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3.  The Petit Palais.  The icons exhibition.  

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4. The Petit Palais. George Drobot’s Iconography School.

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5.  George Drobot’s Iconography School. The scholars.

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6.  The scholars are at work.

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7.  The consultation process is essential.

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8.  Creating an impressive line is not a simple task.

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9.  The modern icon corresponds to the ancient canon strictly.

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10.  The icon is at the very beginning.

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11.  This work requires utmost attention.

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12.  “Lik” (face) – is the most crucial part of the image.

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13.  George G. Drobot.

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14.  The small island of the Russian culture in the France capital.

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    • Erik
    • April 18th, 2013

    Hi there everyone! It’s my first go to see at this site, and post is actually fruitful in favor of me. Keep up posting such articles or reviews.

    • Anne
    • June 5th, 2013

    Georges has been my teacher for over 15 years, he sometimes comes to do a week long workshop in Pittsburgh, PA for me. He is a wonderful, kind, patient , very traditional, but not rigid iconographer.

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