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|Author: Ivan Nikitich Nikitin|
|Portraiture, Painting, Oil on canvas, 78x65.5 cm|
|Origin: Russia, 1725|
|Personage: Peter I|
|Source of entry: State Museum of Ethnography of the Peoples of the USSR, Leningrad, 1941|
|Exibition: The Winter Palace of Peter I|
Nikitich Nikitin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ivan Nikitich Nikitin (Russian: Иван Никитич Никитин c. 1690-1741) was a Russian painter, an author of portraits and battle paintings. ...
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Ivan (Nikitich) Nikitin ( b ?Moscow, 1680s; d 1742 or later). Russian painter. The son of a Moscow priest who was close to the imperial court, Nikitin.
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