“At Valerik: July 12”. 1840. Watercolor on paper. 18.1×25.2. From M.Lermontov’s sketchbook.
State Public Library. Saint-Petersburg.
Portrait of A.Stolypin in traditional Kurdish costume. 1841. Watercolor on paper. 13.2×9.4.
Literature Museum. Moscow.
Cover of manuscript of the novel “Vadim”. 1832-1834. Ink on paper. 35.5 x 22.5.
Institute of Russian Literature. Saint-Petersburg.
The silhouettes of E.Baratynsky. The 1840s. E. Baratynsky. “Poetical Works”. Moscow.
I.Kireyevsky (1806-1856) The silhouette of A.Pushkin. The 1840s.
Pavel Grigoryevich Tchesnokov (1877-1944), choral conductor, composer. Teacher of choral science and choral conducting (1920-1944, since 1921 – professor)
Nickolai Alexandrovich Garbuzov (1880-1935), composer, musicologist. Professor of musical acoustics (1923-1951), director of the Research Instute at the Conservatoire (1934-1937), head of the acoustical laboratoty (1933-1948).
Nadezhda Yakovlevna Bryusova (1881-1951), music educator, musicologist. Teacher of theory of music and music folklore (1921-1943, since 1921- professor (1922-1928). Together with Semyon Isaakovich Schliefstein (1903-1975), a graduate of the Conservatoire, in the USSR peoples` history of music study (the 1940s).
Valentina Nickolayevna Shatskaya (nee Demyanova) 1882-1978, pianist, music and public figure. Teacher of methodology in music education for children (1932-1943), since 1935- professor, deputy director and acting director (1935-1939).
Poster announcing The Conservatoire graduates` concert in the Grand Hall of the Conservatoire (1932).
Georgy Edwardovich Couns (1862-1933), composer, musicologist. Teacher of theory of music and composition (1891-1899, 1920-1933, since 1920 – professor). With teachers and students of the Conservatoire. Standing are: I.P. Musian, V.V. Khvostenko, N.A. Sidushin, G. K. Pukst (1927).
Maria Adrianovna Deisha- Sionitskaya (1859-1932), singer Professor of solo singing (1921-1932).
Nazary Grigoryevich Raisky (1876-1958), singer, Teacher of solo singing. Teacher of solo singing (1919-1929, 1933-1949, since 1923 – professor), (1921-1929), director of the opera studio (1934-1935). Merited Art Worker of the RSFSR.
The Road of the October. Oratorio – “musical action in three links” for choir, soloists, piano, trumpet, button-accordion and percussion ensemble (1927), a composition jointly created by the following students – composers of the Conservatoire: V.A. Bely, G.S. Bruck, A.A. Dovidenko, M.V. Koval, Z.A. Levina, S.N. Ryauzov, V.M. Tarnopolsky, N.P. Chemberdzhi, B.S. Schechter.
Students-composers, who constituted the Production Collective of the Moscow Conservatoire. First row: M.V. Koval, D.A. Rabinovich, V.A. Bely, D. Gachev. Second row: Yu. V. Keldysh, L.N. Lebedinsky, S.A. Krylova, L.L. Kaltat. Third row: A. A. Davidenko, A.A. Solovtsov, S.I. Korev, N. Ya. Vygodsky, B.S. Stinpress (1927).
Victor Ivanovich Sadovnikov (1886-1963), pupil of U.A. Massety, A.A. Iljnsky, S.I. Taneyev and R.M. Gliere, singer, composer, conductor. Professor of choral and operatic ensemble (1922-1930), solo singing (1934-1937). Among the wounded (sitting second from left) in the hospital quartered at the Petrograd College of Law (1915)
Cover of the first edition of the poem “Dead Souls”. Moscow, 1842