Login with Facebook         Create Account


    Maps: Pathways to Russia

    Presented by

    February 28 - May 26, 2012


    Maps: Pathways to Russia

    As an icon offers the devout worshipper tangible evidence of the intangible heavenly world, an early map confirms the reality of a far-away land that lies outside the observer's sensory experience. In this unique exhibition Maps: Pathways to Russia, we trace the West’s discovery of Russia through a carefully selected sequence of original maps and atlases, printed in Europe during the 15th – 18th centuries.

    This special selection of 32 maps and artifacts, never before shown to the public, are from the distinguished private collection of Dr. Denis Khotimsky. An enthusiast of cartography since youth, he quite accidentally discovered his first antique map about 10 years ago on eBay, the 1595 "Russia cum confinijs" by Gerhard Mercator.

    Museum of Russian Icons

    203 Union Street
    Clinton, MA 01510

    Full map and directions

    Admission Info:

    FREE with Museum Admission
    Adults $7
    Seniors (59 +)$5
    Students $2
    Children 3-17, $2
    Children <3, FREE

    General Day and Time Info:

    Tue. - Fri., 11AM - 3PM
    Thurs. ’til 7PM
    Sat. 9AM - 3PM

    Phone: 978-598-5000 x17

    Accessibility Information:

    Official Website

    Facebook Comments

      • Massachusetts Vacation


      © 2014 - ArtsBoston - All Rights Reserved.

      Contact Us | Privacy Policy/Terms of Service | Site Feedback