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

Anton Stepanovich Arensky (1861-1906).

Anton Stepanovich Arensky (1861-1906), composer, pianist, conductor. Teacher of theoretical subjects (1882-1895, since. 1889 – professor). With his pupils. G.E. Conus, N.S. Morozov, A.S. Arensky, S.V. Rachmaninov 1892.

Morozov, A.S. Arensky, S.V. Rachmaninov 1892.

S.I. Taneyev and V.I. Safonov.

S.I. Taneyev and V.I. Safonov.

russian music

Ferruccio Busoni (1866-1924).

Ferruccio Busoni (1866-1924), pianist, composer. Professor of piano.

pianist, composer. Professor of piano

Povel Avgustovich Pabst (1854-1897).

Povel Avgustovich Pabst (1854-1897), pianist, composer. Teacher of piano, since, professor.

pianist, composer. Teacher of piano, since, professor

Stepan Vassilyevich Smolensky (1848-1909).

Stepan Vassilyevich Smolensky (1848-1909), choral conductor, paleographer, researcher of Russian church singing. Professor in history of Russian church singing. 1889-1901).

Professor in history of Russian church singing. 1889-1901).

Playbill of the second concert to commemorte.

Playbill of the second concert to commemorate the opening of M.I. Glinka`s Monument in Smolensk 1885.

M.I. Glinka`s Monument in Smolensk

The Mounument to M.I. Glinka.

The Mounument to M.I. Glinka in Smolensk by sculptor A. von Blok 1885.

The Mounument to M.I. Glinka

Alexender Tikhonovich Grechaninov (1864-1956).

Alexender Tikhonovich Grechaninov (1864-1956), pupil of S.I. Taneyev, composer.

Alexender Tikhonovich Grechaninov

S.I. Taneyev`s pupils.

S.I. Taneyev`s pupils: Leonid Vladimirovich Nickolayev )1878-1942), pianist, composer, pedagogue, People`s Artist of the RFSFSR, and Reinhold Moritzevich Gliere (1875-1956), composer, conductor, professor of the Conservatotie (1920-1941), People`s Artist of the USSR, Laureate or the USSR State Prize.

pupils

Yuili Dmitriyevich Engel 1868-1927.

Yuili Dmitriyevich Engel 1868-1927, pupil of S.I. Taneyev, music critic, composer, music and public figure.

Yuili Dmitriyevich Engel

S.I. Taneyev. Imitative Counterpoint in Strict.

S.I. Taneyev. “Imitative Counterpoint in Strict”. Cover of the edition.

Imitative Counterpoint in Strict

A page from B.L. Yavorsky`s student work.

A page from B.L. Yavorsky`s student work on forms with marks made by S.I. Taneyev.

student work

S.I. Taneyev

S.I. Taneyev

Taneyev

Anatoly Ivanovich Galli 1853-1915.

Anatoly Ivanovich Galli 1853-1915, pianist, composer. Teacher of piano 1879-1909.

Teacher of piano 1879-1909.

Ivan Voizekhovich Hrimaly 1844-1915.

Ivan Voizekhovich Hrimaly 1844-1915, violinist. Teacher of violin 1869-1915, since 1874 professor.

Teacher of violin 1869-1915, since 1874 professor.

Ida Ivanovna Eichenwald 1842-1917

Ida Ivanovna Eichenwald 1842-1917, harpist. Professor of harp 1875-1906.

harpist. Professor of harp 1875-1906

A Circassian against the background of Mt. Beshtau. Illustration to the poem “The Captive of the Caucasus”. 1821-1822.

A Circassian against the background of Mt. Beshtau. Illustration to the poem “The Captive of the Caucasus”. 1821-1822. Ink on paper.

Institute of Russian Literature. Saint-Petersburg

Illustration to the poem "The Captive of the Caucasus".

A.Pushkin (1799-1837)

Self-portrait. 1817-1818 (?). Ink on paper.

Institute of Russian Literature. Saint-Petersburg.

A. Pushkin

A. Delvig (1798-1831)

“Worthy physiognomies”. 1826 (?). Ink on paper. 30 x 17.

Institute of Russian Literature. Saint-Petersburg

Worthy physiognomies

A bull. 1830

A bull. 1830 (?) Coloured pencil, watercolour, gouache on paper. 17×12.

Literature Museum. Moscow.

A bull

A horse. The 1820s.

A horse. The 1820s. Pencil and watercolour on paper. 13.2 x 14.7.

Institute of Russian Literature. Saint-Petersburg

A horse

Napoleon. The 1820s

Napoleon. The 1820s. Coloured pencil on paper. 14.7×10.

Institute of Russian Literature. Saint-Petersburg

Napoleon

Landscape with horses. 1830

Landscape with horses. 1830. Watercolour on paper. 12.5×14.7. From the album of P. and S.Batyushkov.

State Public Library. Saint-Petersburg

Landscape with horses

Landscape with a house. 1830

Landscape with a house. 1830 (?). Pencil and watercolour on paper. 18.1×12.8.

Institute of Russian Literature. Saint-Petersburg

Landscape with a house

Self-portrait. 1830

Self-portrait. 1830. Pencil on paper. 11,2×17,3

Literature Museum. Moscow

Self-portrait

Portrait of V.Zhukovsky. 1810

Portrait of V.Zhukovsky. 1810. Pencil on paper. 32.3 x 20.5.

Literature Museum. Moscow

Portrait of V.Zhukovsky

Self-portrait. 1822

Self-portrait. 1822 (?). Pencil on paper. 21.7×17. From the album of S. Ponomaryova.

Central State Archives of Literature and Art. Moscow.

Self-portrait

Self-portrait. 1818

Self-portrait. 1818 (?). Pencil on paper. 21.7×17. From the album of S. Ponomaryova.

Literature Museum. Moscow.

Self-portrait

S. Ponomaryova with her dame de compagnie. 1818

S. Ponomaryova with her dame de compagnie. 1818 (?). Pencil on paper. 21.7×17. From the album of S.Ponomaryova.

Central State Archives of Literature and Art. Moscow.

S. Ponomaryova with her dame de compagnie

Strolling acrobats. 1822

Strolling acrobats. 1822 (?). Pencil on paper. 21.7×17. From the album of S. Ponomaryova.

Strolling acrobats. Pencil on paper.Central State Archives of Literature and Art. Moscow.

At the Fair. 1818

At the Fair. 1818 (?). Pencil on paper. 43.4 x 17. From the album of S. Ponomaryova.

Central State Archives of Literature and Art. Moscow.

At the Fair

Illustration to A.Voyeikov’s satire “Madhouse”. 1814

Illustration to A.Voyeikov’s satire “Madhouse”. 1814 (7). Ink on paper. 11.7×14.

Institute of Russian Literature. Saint-Petersburg

"Madhouse"

Madhouse

Illustration to the poem “The Maple Tree”.

Illustration to the poem “The Maple Tree”. 1817-1818 (?). Pencil on paper.

Institute of Russian Literature. Saint-Petersburg

Institute of Russian Literature. Saint-Petersburg

Illustration to the poem “God of Paphos …” 1809.

Illustration to the poem “God of Paphos …” 1809. Pencil on paper. 11.5×14.1.

State Public Library. Saint-Petersburg.

God of Paphos

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.