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|Author: Andrey Ivanovich Chyorny|
|Portraiture, Miniatures, Enamel on copper; porcelain frame, 9x7 cm, frame: 14.5x12 cm|
|Origin: Russia, 1765|
|Author of Origin: Rokotov, Fyodor|
|Personage: Catherine II|
|Source of entry: acquired for the Hermitage by the USSR Ministry of Culture from the collector V. A. Verlin, Paris, 1941|
|Exibition: Russian Culture: middle and second half of the 18th century|
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