Giacomo Quarenghi

Pokrovsky Cathedral and the Spasskaya Tower in Moscow

Pokrovsky Cathedral and the Spasskaya Tower in Moscow
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Author: Giacomo Quarenghi
Landscape, Drawings, Pen, brush, Indian ink and watercolour, 43.5x57 cm
Origin: Italy-Russia, 1797
Album: The Series ''Views of Moscow and its Environs''
Source of entry: acquired from K. Saunders, 1857
Theme: Architecture

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