Portrait of Empress Maria Fiodorovna, Wife of Emperor Paul I

Portrait of Empress Maria Fiodorovna, Wife of Emperor Paul I
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Portraiture, Painting, Oil on canvas, 75x60 cm
Origin: Russia, First half of the 19th century
Personage: Empress Maria Fiodorovna
Source of entry: State Museum of Ethnography of the Peoples of the USSR, Leningrad, 1941
Theme: History

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