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Starye Gody (The Bygone Years), journal

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STARYE GODY (The Bygone Years), a journal, a monthly for art and antiquity lovers, appearing in 1907-16 as a publication of The Circle of Russian Deluxe Edition Lovers. The editorial office was located first at 7 Solyanoy Lane, later at 10 Rynochnaya Street. In 1907 published by P. P. Weiner, the journal was edited by V. А. Vereshchagin, subsequently Weiner performed the functions both of publisher and editor. Starye gody published material on the art history, presented private and public collections and separate items, covered domestic and international cultural events. The journal provided information on auctions and private art sales in Russia and abroad with index and prices, museum guides. Much of its attention was devoted to the preservation of the artistic and antique legacy in Russia and St. Petersburg, drawing public attention to and addressing the municipal authorities with the problem of the destruction of monuments and amateur restoration; covered the activities of the Museum of Old Petersburg, published articles on the city history. Alexander N. Benois, N. N. Vrangel, G. K. Lukomsky, N. K. Rerikh, V. Y. Kurbatov, P. N. Stolpyansky were among the journal's staff contributors.

References: Ромм М. Д. Журнал Старые годы // Нева. 1996. № 7. С. 224-226; Лурье Ф. М. Голоса Серебряного века: книги, журналы, выставки // Феномен Петербурга: Тр. междунар. конф. ... СПб., 2000. С. 178-188.

M. G. Khugayeva.

Benois Alexander Nikolaevich
Kurbatov Vladimir Yakovlevich
Lukomsky Georgy Kreskentievich
Roerich Nikolay Konstantinovich
Stolpyansky Peter Nikolaevich
Vereshchagin Vasily Andreevich
Weiner Peter Petrovich
Wrangel Nikolay Nikolaevich, Baron

Gangutskaya St./Saint Petersburg, city, house 10
Solyanoy Lane/Saint Petersburg, city, house 7

Лурье Ф. М. Голоса "Серебряного века": книги, журналы, выставки // Феномен Петербурга: Тр. междунар. конф. ... СПб., 2000
Ромм М. Д. Журнал "Старые годы" // Нева, 1996

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Museum of Old Petersburg

Benois А.N., (1870-1960), artist

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Lansere N.E. (1879-1942), architect

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Lukomsky G.K.(1884-1952), Artist, Ethnographer

LUKOMSKY Georgy Kreskentievich (1884-1952) was a graphic artist, aquarellist, art critic, art historian. In 1900, he studied at the painting classes and drawing under Y. S. Goldblatt in St. Petersburg

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Stolpyansky P.N., (1872-1938), Historian of St. Petersburg

STOLPYANSKY Peter Nikolaevich (1872, St. Petersburg - 1938, Leningrad), historian, regional ethnographer, bibliographer. Close to revolutionary circles in his youth; exiled from St. Petersburg twice

Weiner P. P., (1879-1931), publisher of the journal Starye Gody

WEINER Peter Petrovich (1879-1931), public figure, museum worker, collector, full member of the Academy of Arts (1912). He graduated from the Alexandrovsky Lyceum in St

Wrangel N. N. (1880-1915), Art Historian

WRANGEL Nikolay Nikolaevich (1880-1915) a baron, art historian. Lived in St. Petersburg from 1897. Wrote about the history of Russian artistic culture from the 18th to the beginning of the 19th centuries, including sculpture, painting

Yaremich S.P. (1869-1938), artist, art historian

YAREMICH Stepan Petrovich (1869-1938, Leningrad), art historian, artist, collector. Studied in a real school in Kiev. Moved to St. Petersburg in 1899. Yaremich was a member of the World of Art Association and Old St. Petersburg Society