Portraiture

Portrait of Ivan Ivanovich Shuvalov

Portrait of Ivan Ivanovich Shuvalov
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Portraiture, Miniatures, Watercolour, gouache and lacquer on ivory, 7.4x6.2 cm
Origin: Russia, 1780s
Author of Origin: Vigee Le Brun, Elizabeth-Louise or Shibanov, A. P.
Personage: The Shuvalov family
Source of entry: Collection of Grand Prince Sergei Alexandrovich, St Petersburg, 1911
Theme: History

See also

NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Ivan Shuvalov
As his biographers like to point out, Shuvalov was "mild and generous to all" and "had no enemies whatsoever". Ivan Shuvalov. Portrait from the Imperial ...
Fyodor Rokotov: Information from Answers.com
Russian painter. He was one of the foremost Russian portrait painters of. ... Ivan Shuvalov 1760. Anna Yuryevna Kvashnina-Samarina. 1770s ...
Alexei Petrovich Antropov, Antropov Oil Paintings, Alexei ...
He painted many good portraits among the Portrait of Ataman Krasnoschekov, Portrait of Rumyantseva. Prince Ivan Shuvalov planed to move him to Moscow, ...
Louis Tocque Online
Hermitage Museum, Saint Petersburg, Russia Portrait of Ivan Shuvalov Portrait of Ekaterina Golovkina, 1757. Portrait of Louis, Grand Dauphin of France, 1739 ...

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