3 edition of Great Private Collections of Imperial Russia found in the catalog.
|Statement||Thames & Hudson Ltd|
|Publishers||Thames & Hudson Ltd|
|LC Classifications||October 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 81 p. :|
|Number of Pages||71|
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Hebrew Bible Manuscripts in the Cambridge Genizah Collections (Cambridge University Library Genizah Series)
Alexis Petrovich Wrangel 1922-2005 is the son of General Pyotr Nikolaevich Wrangel 1878-1928the Russian cavalry commander of the First World War. From the moment the fourteen-year-old Princess Sophia of Anhalt-Zerbst agreed to marry the heir to the Russian throne, she was mired in a quicksand of intrigue. Mossolov THIS EDITION IS A HARD-COVER REPRINT OF THE ORIGINAL 1935 EDITION Alexander Alexandrovich Mosolov 1854-1939was a Russian military commander, diplomat, and Lieutenant-General.
Catalogue featuring more than 350 works by Faberge, Russian works of art and obects of vertu and silver. Art and culture of Eastern and Central Asia and Siberia• ITEM 0568 PUBLISHED: 1998 Hard Cover Edition Condition: stain on lower right corner of dust jacket, the contents MINT! She took great pleasure in the jewels that proclaimed her power and her rank as empress.
ITEM 0423 PUBLISHED: 1997 Hard Cover Edition Condition: MINT! Petersburg excursions that you can take for extra sightseeing. The accounts per family are pleasantly written, and there is background information on the nobles prior to them taking up collecting. Includes more than 400 colour photographs!
The club was created to be a place for everyone with an interest in Russia to get to know each other and share experiences, stories, pictures and advice.
THE JEWELS OF GRAND DUCHESS MARIA PAVLOVNA OF RUSSIA The Romanov dynasty is famous for its splendid collections of jewellery and precious objects, but it was Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna who became a legendary figure in the world of jewellery collecting. The Tatishchev collection of early Italian and Netherlandish paintings and renaissance objets d'art was bequeathed to Nicholas I.
Curtiss does a fine job of describing the politics that strained the relationships between Nicholas I and his commanders.
This study concentrates on an important transitional era in the history of vodka: the early 19th century.
Vasily Filatov, a village teacher who lived under the harsh control of the Soviet Union, professed to have had knowledge of the private life of Tsar Nicholas II and his family, and of details surrounding their massacre in 1918, following the Russian Revolution.