Sketches in the writing-book “Sundry Observa­tions”. 1807-1810.

Sketches in the writing-book “Sundry Observa­tions”. 1807-1810. Pencil and ink on paper. 21.1×12.

Institute of Russian Literature. Saint-Petersburg.

"Sundry Observa­tions"

K.Batyushkov.

1 Self-portrait in a letter to N. Gnedich, March 2, 1807. Ink on paper. K.Batyushkov.

2 Self-portrait in a letter to N. Gnedich, June 1807. Ink on paper. K.Batyushkov.

Self-portraits, portraits, Landscapes, caricatures, battlepieces, posters,

Frontispiece of the first volume of Zhukovsky’s Collected Works. St. Petersburg, 1849.

Frontispiece of the first volume of Zhukovsky’s Collected Works. St. Petersburg, 1849. Woodcut after Zhukovsky’s drawings.

Frontispiece of the first volume

“Maman”. 1840.

“Maman”. 1840. Pencil on paper. 22.3×27.5. From sketchbook of German, Swiss and Italian views.

State Public Library. Saint-Petersburg

Saint-Petersburg

Landscape. 1848-1849.

Landscape. 1848-1849. Pencil on paper. 19.3 x 24.3. From sketchbook of German and Swiss views.

State Public Library. Saint-Petersburg

State Public Library.

A room in the Pavlovsk Palace. The 1820s

A room in the Pavlovsk Palace. The 1820s. Watercolour on paper. 12.4×16.4.

Literature Museum. Moscow.

Watercolour on paper.

Moscow. 1841.

Moscow. 1841. Pencil on paper. 18.5×23.5. From sketchbook of travels in Germany and Russia.

State Public Library. Saint-Petersburg.

Pencil on paper.

Miskhor. 1838

Miskhor. 1838(7). Lithograph by I.-A.Lazinsky.

Literature Museum. Moscow.

Miskhor. 1838(7). Lithograph

View from the rooftop of the Vorontsov Palace in Alupka. 1838

View from the rooftop of the Vorontsov Palace in Alupka. 1838(7). Lithograph by I.-A.Lazinsky.

Literature Museum. Moscow

Lithograph by I.-A.Lazinsky.

Landscape. 1848-1849.

Landscape. 1848-1849. Pencil on paper. 19.3 x 24.3. From sketchbook of German and Swiss views.

State Public Library. Saint-Petersburg

Landscape

Church-yard in Windsor.

Church-yard in Windsor. Illustration to Thomas Grey’s “Elegy Written in a Country Church-yard”. 1839. Lithograph.

Church-yard in Windsor. Illustration to Thomas Grey's

Wiland’s tomb. 1838

Wiland’s tomb. 1838. Pencil on paper. 22.3×27.5.  From sketchbook of German, Swiss and Italian views.

State Public Library. Saint-Petersburg.

Wiland's tomb.

Goethe’s house in Weimar. 1827.

Goethe’s house in Weimar. 1827. Pencil and ink on paper. 13.8×24. From sketchbook of the jour­ney to Germany, France and Belgium.

State Public Library. Saint-Petersburg.

Goethe's house in Weimar.

Villa Mills. N.Gogol. 1839.

Villa Mills. N.Gogol. 1839. Pencil on paper. 22.2×27.5. From sketchbook of the journey to Italy, Austria, Germany and Holland.  State Public Library. Saint-Petersburg

Villa Mills

Aqua Paulina. N. Gogol. 1839

Aqua Paulina. N. Gogol. 1839. Pencil on paper. 22.2×27.5. From sketchbook of the journey to Italy, Austria, Germany and Holland. State Public Library. Saint-Petersburg.

State Public Library. Saint-Petersburg

Villa Volkonsky. P.Krivtsov, Z. Volkonskaya and N.Gogol. 1839.

Villa Volkonsky. P.Krivtsov, Z. Volkonskaya and N.Gogol. 1839. Pencil on paper. 22.2×27.5. From sketchbook of the journey to Italy, Austria, Germany and Holland.

State Public Library. Saint-Petersburg

From sketchbook of the journey to Italy, Austria, Germany and Holland.

Warwick Castle. 1839

Warwick Castle. 1839. Pencil on paper. 14 x 23. From sketchbook of travels in Russia, England and Germany.

State Public Library. Saint-Petersburg.

Warwick Castle

Lago di Como. 1838

Lago di Como. 1838. Pencil on paper. 22.3×27.5. From sketchbook of German, Swiss and Italian views.

State Public Library. Saint-Petersburg.

Lago di Como

Illes Borromes. 1838

Illes Borromes. 1838. Pencil on paper. 13.5×22.3. From sketchbook of German, Swiss and Italian views.

State Public Library. Saint-Petersburg.

Illes Borromes

Stanz. 1821.

Stanz. 1821. Ink on paper. 7.4×18. From sketchbook of the journey to Switzerland and Ger­many. State Public Library Saint-Petersburg.

State Public Library

Geneva. 1821

Geneva. 1821. Ink on paper. 7.5×17.9. From sketchbook of the journey to Switzerland and Ger­many. State Public Library. Saint-Petersburg.

Geneva. 1821. Ink on paper. 7.5x17.9. From sketchbook of the journey to Switzerland and Ger­many. State Public Library.

V.Zhukovsky (1783-1852)

V.Zhukovsky (1783-1852)

Shamouny. 1821. Ink on paper. 5×18.8. From sketchbook of the journey to Switzerland and Germany. State Public Library Saint-Petersburg

 From sketchbook of the journey to Switzerland and Germany.

“The Separation”. 1812

Drawing in the draft of the fable “The Separation”. 1812. State Public Library Saint-Petersburg.

State Public Library

I.Krylov (1769-1844)

I.Krylov (1769-1844). Drawing (self-caricature?) in the text of the fable “The Dragonfly and the Ant”. The late 1800s or early 1810s. State Public Library Saint-Petersburg.

State Public Library Saint-Petersburg

A.Bolotov (1738-1833)

A.Bolotov (1738-1833) Self-portrait: Bolotov in his study. 1789

Bolotov in his study. 1789

G.Derzhavin (1743-1816)

G.Derzhavin (1743-1816). Self-portrait (?). The 1770s

 Self-portrait (?). The 1770s

The battle of Poltava. 1764. Mosaic. 460 x 600.

The battle of Poltava. 1764. Mosaic. 460 x 600. End wall of the staircase in the main building of the Russia Academy of Sciences, Saint-Petersburg.

The battle of Poltava

Peter 1

grenadier

A Russian grenadier

Russian and Swedish

Russian and Swedish soldiers

Detail

Russian banners

generals

Russian generals

Swedish soldier

A fallen Swedish soldier

of the town of Poltava

Background view of the town of Poltava

Karl

Karl XII

Tailpiece of “The Life of Avvakum”

Tailpiece of “The Life of Avvakum” in the Pustozersk Collection. Department of Manuscripts.

Department

Title of “The Life of Avvakum”

Title of “The Life of Avvakum” in the Pustozersk Collection. Ca.1675.

Title of "The Life of Avvakum"

Epiphanius (?-1682)

The Calvary Cross. Drawing in the Pustozersk Collection. Ca. 1675. Department of Manuscripts.

The Calvary Cross. Drawing in the Pustozersk Collection.

“Five Saints and Five Adversaries of the Old Faith”

“Five Saints and Five Adversaries of the Old Faith”. Illustration to “The Sermon of Love of Father Dorotheus” from the Pustozersk Collection. Ca.1675.

Five Saints and Five Adversaries of the Old Faith

Avvakum (1620 or 1621-1682)

Headpiece and initial of “The Sermon of Love of Father Dorotheus” from the Pustozersk Collection. Ca.1675.  Institute of Russian Literature. Saint-Petersburg.

"The Sermon of Love of Father Dorotheus"

The Zodiac from “The Russian Eagle”. 1667.

The Zodiac from “The Russian Eagle”. 1667, Historical Museum. Moscow.

The Zodiac from "The Russian Eagle".

Verse shaped as a star from the “Salutation”. 1665

Verse shaped as a star from the “Salutation”. 1665 Historical Museum. Moscow.

Historical Museum. Moscow

The Zodiac from “The Russian Eagle”.

The Zodiac from “The Russian Eagle”. 1667. Historical Museum. Moscow

The Zodiac from "The Russian Eagle".

Cruciform verse from the “Salutation”.

Cruciform verse from the “Salutation”. 1665. From the “Rythmologion” anthology. 1678-1680. Historical Museum. Moscow.

Historical Museum. Moscow.

Title page of the manuscript book “Spiritual Supper”.

Title page of the manuscript book “Spiritual Supper”. 1676. Central State Archives of Literature and Art. Moscow.

Central State Archives of Literature and Art. Moscow.

Title page of the manuscript book “Spiritual Supper”

Title page of the manuscript book “Spiritual Supper”. 1676. Central State Archives of Literature and Art. Moscow.

Central State Archives of Literature and Art. Moscow.

Simeon of Polotsk (1629-1680).

Title page of the manuscript book “Spiritual Repast”. 1675. Central State Archives of Literature and Art. Moscow.

Central State Archives of Literature and Art. Moscow

Yelizaveta Andreevna Lavrovskaya 1845-1919.

Yelizaveta Andreevna Lavrovskaya 1845-1919, singer. Professor of solo singing 1888-1919.

Professor of solo singing 1888-1919

Nickolai Sergeyevich Zverev 1832-1893, pianist.

Nickolai Sergeyevich Zverev 1832-1893, pianist, teacher of piano 1870-1893, since 1883 – professor. With his pupils.

With his pupils

Nickolai Mikhailovich Ladukhin 1860-1918.

Nickolai Mikhailovich Ladukhin 1860-1918, music theorist and composer. Teacher of solfege, harmony and instrumentation 1886-1917, since 1904 – professor.

Teacher of solfege, harmony and instrumentation 1886-1917, since 1904 - professor.

Alfred Edmundovich von Glen (1858-1927).

Alfred Edmundovich von Glen (1858-1927). Professor 1890-1921.

Alfred Edmundovich von Glen

A.I. Siloti and F. Liszt. Alexander Iljich Siloti (1863-1945).

A.I. Siloti and F. Liszt. Alexander Iljich Siloti (1863-1945), pupil of N.G. Rubinstein, pianist, conductor. Professor of piano. (1889-1891).

Professor of piano.

Alexandra Ivanovna Hubert.

Alexandra Ivanovna Hubert (nee Batalina, 1850-1837), pupil of N.G. Rubinstein, pianist. Teacher of piano 1874-1883, 1888-1910, 1915-1930, inspector 1889-1914. Merited Art Worker of the RSFSR.

Merited Art Worker of the RSFSR

Scene from Tableau 4 of P.I. Tchaikovsky’s opera “Eugene Onegin”.

Scene from Tableau 4 of P.I. Tchaikovsky’s opera “Eugene Onegin” in the Conservatoire student’s performance 1879.

in the Conservatoire student’s performance

S.V. Ghilev as Onegin.

S.V. Ghilev as Onegin, and V.V. Makhalov as German in the “Eugene Onegin” 1879.

"Eugene Onegin"

Poster announcing premiere.

Poster announcing premiere of P.I. Tchaikovsky’s opera “Eugene Onegin” in the Conservatoire students’ performances 1879.

Poster announcing premiere of P.I. Tchaikovsky’s opera "Eugene Onegin"

M.N. Klimentova – Muromtseva.

M.N. Klimentova – Muromtseva as Tatyana in P.I. Tchaikovsky’s opera “Eugene Onegin” 1879.

opera "Eugene Onegin"

Yevlalia Pavlovna Kadmina (1853-1881).

Yevlalia Pavlovna Kadmina (1853-1881) pupil of A.D. Alexandrova – Kochetova, singer.

pupil of A.D. Alexandrova - Kochetova, singer.

P.I. Tchaikovsky. Incidental music for A.N. Ostrovsky’s fairytale.

P.I. Tchaikovsky. Incidental music for A.N. Ostrovsky’s fairytale “The Snow Maiden”. Cover of the first edition.

Cover of the first edition

P.I. Tchaikovsky

P.I. Tchaikovsky.

Tchaikovsky

Ivan Vassilyevich Samarin (1817-1885).

Ivan Vassilyevich Samarin (1817-1885), dramatic actor. Teacher of declamation and dramatic art (1872-1885)

Ivan Vassilyevich Samarin (1817-1885), dramatic actor. Teacher of declamation and dramatic art (1872-1885)

The opening ceremony of A.S. Pushkin Monument.

The opening ceremony of A.S. Pushkin Monument in the Tverskoj Boulevard in Moscow (now in Pushinskaya Sqare). A.M. Opekushin (1880). Gravure from N.P. Chekhov’s drawing from life.

The opening ceremony of A.S. Pushkin Monument.

The Diploma granted by the World Exhibition in Paris.

The Diploma granted by the World Exhibition in Paris to N.G. Rubinstein for participating in the Russian concert (1878) as a pianist and conductor.

The Diploma granted by the World Exhibition in Paris to N.G. Rubinstein for participating in the Russian concert.

Trocadero Place in Paris.

Trocadero Place in Paris, were held during the World Exhibition (1878).

were held during the World Exhibition

N.G. Rubinstein.

N.G. Rubinstein. The portrait painted by V.G. Perov.

The portrait painted by V.G. Perov

P.I. Tchaikovsky. First Piano Concerto.

P.I. Tchaikovsky. First Piano Concerto. Cover of the first edition.

Cover of the first edition

Programme of the Conservatoire students’ perfomance of the opera Der Freischutz

Programme of the Conservatoire students’ perfomance of the opera Der Freischutz, which took place on N.G. Rubinstain’s name- day, by tradition marked by the Conservatoire (1875).

Programme of the Conservatoire students’ perfomance of the opera Der Freischutz, which took place on N.G. Rubinstain’s name- day, by tradition marked by the Conservatoire (1875).

Programme of the students’ evening – party.

Programme of the students’ evening – party, when fragments from dramatic plays and symphonic music were performed. 1874.

dramatic plays and symphonic music were performed