Landscape. The 1820s.

Landscape. The 1820s (?). Pencil on paper.  Reference Department, fund 3, No. 8180. Photocopy from the Shevchenko Museum of Ukrainian Literature. Kiev.

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Portrait of a woman. The 1820s

Portrait of a woman. The 1820s (?). Pencil on paper. Reference Department, fund 3, No. 8177. Photocopy from the Shevchenko Museum of Ukrainian Literature. Kiev.

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Caricature in the draft of the poem “The New Year 1827”. 1826

Caricature in the draft of the poem “The New Year 1827”. 1826. Pencil on paper.

State Public Library. Saint-Petersburg.

State Public Library. Saint-Petersburg

A little dog. The 1820s.

A little dog. The 1820s. Pencil and watercolour on paper. 19.8 x 25.

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“The Prince of Wiirttemberg”. The early 1820s.

“The Prince of Wiirttemberg”. The early 1820s. Ink on paper. 17×9.7.

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A marksman. 1831

A marksman. 1831. Pencil on paper. 22×20.8.

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State Public Library. Saint-Petersburg

View of Finland. Drawing to the poem “My Artless Pencil. . .” 1831 (?).

View of Finland. Drawing to the poem “My Art­less Pencil. . .” 1831 (?). Pencil on paper. From the album of A.Baratynskaya.

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Two warriors. 1822 (?).

Two warriors. 1822 (?). Pencil on paper. 9.5 x 8.

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A tree. Illustration to E.-D.Parny’s poem “Bel arbre, pourquoi conserver . . .” 1831

A tree. Illustration to E.-D.Parny’s poem “Bel arbre, pourquoi conserver . . .” 1831 (?). Pencil on paper. From the album of A.Baratynskaya.

Central State Archives of Literature and Art. Moscow.

Central State Archives of Literature and Art. Moscow.

Self-portrait in the text of the poem “The Mysteries of Love . . .?”. 1826

Self-portrait in the text of the poem “The Mysteries of Love . . .?”. 1826. Pencil on paper.

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Landscape with pine trees. The 1820s

Landscape with pine trees. The 1820s (?). Ink on paper.

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Don Juan. Illustration to the drama “The Stone Guest”. 1830

Don Juan. Illustration to the drama “The Stone Guest”. 1830. Ink on paper.

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“Dramatic Scenes”. Ink on paper. 1830

“Dramatic Scenes”. Ink on paper. 1830.

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Portrait of A. Delvig. 1829

Portrait of A. Delvig. 1829 (?). From the album of E.Ushakova. Pencil on paper.

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Portrait of N. Gogol. 1833

Portrait of N. Gogol. 1833. Pencil on paper.

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Portrait of A. Griboyedov. 1831.

Portrait of A. Griboyedov. 1831. Pencil on paper.

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Portrait of E. Baratynsky in the draft of the second canto of the poem “Poltava”. 1828

Portrait of E. Baratynsky in the draft of the second canto of the poem “Poltava”. 1828. Ink on paper.

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Cover of the manuscript text of the article “Voltaire”. 1836

Cover of the manuscript text of the article “Voltaire”. 1836. Ink on paper.

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Illustration to “The Tale of the Priest and His Workman Balda”. 1830

Illustration to “The Tale of the Priest and His Workman Balda”. 1830. Pencil and ink on paper.

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Vignette to the poem “The Wanderer”. 1835

Vignette to the poem “The Wanderer”. 1835. Ink on paper.

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The funeral procession. Illustration to the story “The Undertaker”. 1830

The funeral procession. Illustration to the story “The Undertaker”. 1830. Ink on paper.

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The tea party. Illustration to the story “The Undertaker”. 1830.

The tea party. Illustration to the story “The Un­dertaker”. 1830. Ink on paper.

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Illustration to the story "The Un­dertaker". 1830. Ink on paper.

Self-portrait in a felt cloak, on horseback. 1829.

Self-portrait in a felt cloak, on horseback. 1829. From the album of E. Ushakova. Ink on paper.

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A bird. Drawing in the title of “A History of the Village of Goryukhino”. 1830.

A bird. Drawing in the title of “A History of the Village of Goryukhino”. 1830. Ink on paper.

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Self-portrait. 1827-1830.

Self-portrait. 1827-1830. From the album of E.Ushakova. Ink on paper.

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Portrait of N. Pushkina in the draft of the poem “The Bronze Horseman”. 1833.

Portrait of N. Pushkina in the draft of the poem “The Bronze Horseman”. 1833. Ink on paper.

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poem "The Bronze Horseman". 1833. Ink on paper.

Windswept landscape with a figure. Drawing in the draft of the first canto of the poem “Poltava”. 1828

Windswept landscape with a figure. Drawing in the draft of the first canto of the poem “Poltava”. 1828. Ink on paper.

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The Daryal Canyon. Drawing in the text of the poem “Fearful and Sad”. 1829

The Daryal Canyon. Drawing in the text of the poem “Fearful and Sad”. 1829. Ink on paper.

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Institute of Russian Literature. Saint-Petersburg

Pushkin and Onegin. Drawing in a letter to L.Pushkin, November 1824

Pushkin and Onegin. Drawing in a letter to L.Pushkin, November 1824. Pencil on paper.

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Drawing in a letter to L.Pushkin, November 1824

Portrait of D. Venevitinov in the draft of the introduction to chapters eight and nine of the novel “Eugene Onegin”. 1830

Portrait of D. Venevitinov in the draft of the in­troduction to chapters eight and nine of the novel “Eugene Onegin”. 1830. Ink on paper.

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novel "Eugene Onegin

Self-portrait, portraits of I. Pushchin, A. Delvig, V.Kukhelbeker and K.Ryleyev in the draft of chapter five of the novel “Eugene Onegin”. 1826

Self-portrait, portraits of I. Pushchin, A. Delvig, V.Kukhelbeker and K.Ryleyev in the draft of chapter five of the novel “Eugene Onegin”. 1826. Ink on paper.

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Portrait of D. Davydov in the draft of “Excerpts from Onegin’s Journey”. 1825.

Portrait of D. Davydov in the draft of “Excerpts from Onegin’s Journey”. 1825. Ink on paper.

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Institute of Russian Literature. Saint-Petersburg.

Two self-portraits. 1826.

Two self-portraits. 1826. Ink on paper.

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Institute of Russian Literature. Saint-Petersburg

Tatyana. Drawing in the draft of “Tatyana’s Letter to Onegin”. 1824.

Tatyana. Drawing in the draft of “Tatyana’s Letter to Onegin”. 1824. Ink on paper.

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Saint-Petersburg

Self-portrait; M.Rayevskaya. Drawings in the draft of chapter one of the novel “Eugene Onegin”. 1823.

Self-portrait; M.Rayevskaya. Drawings in the draft of chapter one of the novel “Eugene Onegin”. 1823. Ink on paper.

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nstitute of Russian Literature. Saint-Petersburg

The group of members.

The group of members of the Moscow Commission on Music Ethnography.

Moscow Commission on Music Ethnography.

A page of the Russian Musical Gazette

A page of the Russian Musical Gazette dedicated to the 50th anniversary of the Moscow Branch of the Russian Music Society (1912)

Musical Gazette.

The mustal benefit club.

The mustal benefit club for students of the Conservatoire. Ye. V. Bogoslovsky, A.G. Schor, L.V. Nickolayev, M.S. Nemanova-Lunz (1905).

The mustal benefit club for students of the Conservatoire

Participants of the students` performance.

Participants of the students` performance. The Mandarins` Son. C.A. Ippolitov-Ivanov, condudtor of the performance, is in far left, and producing director N.N. Zvantsen is second from left (1917).

producing director N.N. Zvantsen is second from left (1917).

The programs of students.

The programs of students`s operatic performances conducted by M.M. Ippolitov- Ivanov.

The programs of students`s operatic performances conducted

Mikhail Mikhailovich Ippolitov – Ivanov (1859-1935).

Mikhail Mikhailovich Ippolitov – Ivanov (1859-1935), composer, conductor, music and public figure. People`s Artist of the RSFSR. Teacer of harmony, instrumentation, free composition, operatic class (1893-1935, since 1893 – professor), director (1905-1918), rector (1918-1922).

 since 1893 - professor), director (1905-1918), rector (1918-1922).

A.N. Scriabin.

A.N. Scriabin. The portratit painted by A. Ya. Golovin.

The portratit painted by A. Ya. Golovin.

A. N. Skrabin playing his poem.

A. N. Skrabin playing his poem Prometheus with orchestra conducted by S.A. Koussevitzky. Painting by L.O. Pasternak.

A. N. Skrabin playing his poem Prometheus with orchestra conducted by S.A. Koussevitzky

Alexsander Nickolayevich Scrabin (1872-1915).

Alexsander Nickolayevich Scrabin (1872-1915), composer, pianist. Professor of piano (1898-1903). With his pupils.

Alexsander Nickolayevich Scrabin (1872-1915), composer, pianist. Professor of piano (1898-1903)

One of piano classrooms.

One of piano classrooms in the Conservatoire.

in the Conservatoire.

The Conservatoire building after reconstruction (the 1900s).

The Conservatoire building after reconstruction (the 1900s).

The Conservatoire building after reconstruction

Grand Hall of the Conservatoire.

Grand Hall of the Conservatoire: interior eragment (St. Cecily stainglass wimdow) of the foyer by the stalls (the 1900s).

Grand Hall of the Conservatoire: interior eragment (St. Cecily stainglass wimdow)

Grand Hall.

Grand Hall of the Conservatoire: a seatarrangement scheme.

Grand Hall of the Conservatoire

The building reconstruction.

The building reconstruction and new concert hall design for the Conservatoire.

The building reconstruction and new concert hall design

A.V. Nezdhdanova.

A.V. Nezdhdanova (pupil of U.A. Masetti), V.R. Petrov (pupil of A.I. Barzal) and E. Gan (pupil of Ye. A. Lavrovskaya) during rehearsals for the students` examination performance of O. Nicolai`s opera Die lustigen Weiber von Windsor (the Bolshoi Theatre (1900)

 opera Die lustigen Weiber von Windsor (the Bolshoi Theatre (1900)

Umberto Avgustovich Masetti (1869-1919).

Umberto Avgustovich Masetti (1869-1919), Italian singer. Professor of solo singing.

Italian singer. Professor of solo singing.

Lev (Leone) Giraldoni (1826-1897).

Lev (Leone) Giraldoni (1826-1897), Italian singer. Professor of solo singing (1890-1897).

Lev (Leone) Giraldoni (1826-1897)

Camilio Everardi (1825-1899).

Camilio Everardi (1825-1899), Italian singer. Professor of solo sining (1898-1899).

Camilio Everardi (1825-1899), Italian singer.

Varvara Mikhailovna Zarudnaya-Ivanova (1857-1939).

Varvara Mikhailovna Zarudnaya-Ivanova (1857-1939), singer. Professor of solo singing (1893-1924).

Professor of solo singing (1893-1924).

Concert program.

Concert program, featuring the performance of the Conservatotie Students` Orchestra conducted by V.I. Safonov 1890.

Concert program, featuring the performance

Vassily Iljich Safonov (1852-1918).

Vassily Iljich Safonov (1852-1918), pianist, conductor, music and public figure. Professor of piano, orchestral, choral and chamber ensemble (1885-1905), director (1889-1905).

Vassily Iljich Safonov (1852-1918), pianist, conductor, music and public figure.

Scene from the first production of S.V. Rachmaninov`s opera.

Scene from the first production of S.V. Rachmaninov`s opera “Aleko”. The Bolshoi Theater 1893.

Rachmaninov`opera "Aleko"

Concert program.

Concert program, featuring works by the Conservatoire student S.V. Rachmaninov 1892.

Concert program, Conservatoire,  S.V. Rachmaninov 19-892.

Sergei Vassilyevich Rachmaninov (1873-1943).

Sergei Vassilyevich Rachmaninov (1873-1943), composer, pianist, conductor.

Rachmaninov, composer, pianist, conductor.

A.S. Arensky.

A.S. Arensky, N.N. Zvantsev and S.I. Taneyev in one of the class-room at the Conservatoire.

A.S. Arensky, N.N. Zvantsev and S.I. TaneyevA.S. Arensky, N.N. Zvantsev and S.I. TaneyevA.S. Arensky, N.N. Zvantsev and S.I. Taneyev