Philipp Veit

Allegory of Russia

Allegory of Russia
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Author: Philipp Veit
Painting, Oil on canvas, 121x91 cm
Origin: Germany, 1840s
Source of entry: Ropsha Palace, 1929
Theme: Allegory

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Philipp Veit - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Philipp Veit (13 February 1793 – 18 December 1877) was a German Romantic painter. To Veit is due the credit of having been the first to revive the almost ...
Germania (painting) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Germania is a painting by Philipp Veit created in March 1848 during the Revolutions of 1848. This allegorical figure is represented with the imperial Eagle , oak ...
CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Philipp Veit - New Advent
Painter, b. at Berlin, 13 Feb., 1793; d. at Mainz, 18 Dec., 1877. Veit was a grandson of the philosopher Mendelssohn. In 1815 he went to Rome, where he studied ...
File:Image Germania (painting).jpg - Wikimedia Commons
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