The first Russian nesting doll was born in 1890 in the workshop "Children's Education" situated in Abramtsevo estate new Moscow.The owner of Abramtsevo was Sava Mamontov - industrialist and a patron of the arts.This old Russian town is located 73 km (about 45 miles) from Moscow. In time it was developed into the biggest monastery of Russia.Arts and crafts were flourished in the towns and villages who surrounded the monastery.This name was associated with the image of of a mother of a big peasant family who was very healthy and had a portly figure.Subsequently, it became a symbolic name and was used specially to image brightly painted wooden figurines made in a such way that they could taken apart to reveal smaller dolls fitting inside one another.more about Masha from Moscow I am cheerful and I love to make people laugh. more about Your desire from Poltava My name is Olga. I am a well-educated, well-traveled, well-mannered and well-balanced lady )) And here I hope to find my man to sta... During 2-3 minutes of this videos lady tell aboutn themselves and about their hobbies Like this girl?I think that a day without smile and laughter is a day spent in vain! more about Olga from Moscow I am a very good friend, a passionate lady and just a real woman with tender heart.
There in the museum we can see many old Russian nesting dolls like "An old man", set of 8 pieces matryoshka, "Getman", 8 pieces se of nested doll, matryoshka "The tale about turnip".Until the end of 90s of 19 century the nesting dolls dolls were made in Moscow studio "Children's education," and after its closure production of nested dolls have moved to the training and demonstration workshops in Sergiev Posad near Moscow.Sergiev Posad was a place where the first matryoshka doll was made. In 1340 the monk Sergius founded a small temple lost in the midst of the wild thick forests.I am a lady in motion I am a dancer, a singer and i have my own boutique with brand goods. I learned to achieve and never put the hands dow...more about Marina from Chernigov It is high time to think about family, the career is already there.Prepared in this way the logs are stacked in piles, between them there is a gap for air flow.Usually timber is kept in the open air for several years to bring it up to a certain condition, avoiding not proper drying.Many famous Russian artists worked along with folk craftsmen in the workshops of Mamontov.Once at a tradition Saturday meeting somebody brought a funny Japanese figurine of a good-nature bold head old man Fukuruma. On other hand there was a legend that the first doll of such type (nested wooden doll) was brought on the Japanese island Honshu (where Fukuruma was made) by unknown Russian monk.In old Russia among peasants the name Matriona or Matriosha was a very popular female name.Scholars says this name has a Latin root "mater" and means "Mother".