Abraham Bloemaert. 1564—1651. Holland. Oil on panel. 37.4X27.5 cm.
Justus Susterman. 1597—1681. Flanders. Portrait of a Lady Wearing Pearls. Oil on canvas. 79X67 cm
Alexander Adriaenssen. 1587—1661. Flanders. 1640. Oil on panel. 50X79 cm
Roelant Jacobsz. Savery. 1576/8—1639. Flanders. Oil on panel. 21.8X35 cm.
Workshop of Peter Paul Rubens. 1577—1640 Flanders. Drunken Hercules Oil on canvas. 137X163 cm.
Anonymous artist of Jacopo Bassano’s workshop. 16lh century. Italy. Oil on canvas. 108X90 cm.
Anonymous artist of Veronese’s circle. 16th century. Italy. Oil on canvas. 47X57 cm.
Anonymous artist active in the 16th century. Italy. Portrait of a Lady. Oil on canvas. 130X92 cm.
Anonymous artist active in the 16th century. Germany. Portrait of a Man. 1569 Oil on panel. 57.5X48 cm.
Workshop of Jan van Scorel. 1495—1562 The Netherlands Calvary Oil on panel. 82X64 cm.
Gerard David. Ca 1460—1523 The Netherlands The Virgin Mourning Oil on panel. 20X17.8 cm
Lucas van Leyden. 1489/94—1533. The Netherlands. Oil on panel. 65X85.5 cm
Plaque: «Bird on a three». Florentine mosaic. Late 18th century. The Hermitage, Saint Petersburg.
A.M. Gorki and Romein Rolland in the country-house in Gorky. July. 1935.
A.M.Gorki and A.N. Tolstoy. Amalfi (Italy). 1932.
A.M. Gorki and L.N. Tolstoy. Yasnaya Polyana. 1900.
A.M. Gorki and Stefan Zweig. Sorrento. 1930
A.M. Gorki and K.A. Fedin. Gorky. 1934.
A.M. Gorki and M.E. Koltsov at the congress, devoted to the tenth anniversary of “Soviet book”. Moscow. 1929.
A.M. Gorki, I.A. Bunin, N.D. Teleshov. Yalta. 1900
A.M. Gorki and A.P. Chekov. Yalta. 1900
A.M. Gorki and A.V. Lunacharsky. Moscow. 1929.
A.M. Gorki and Suleiman Stalsky at the First congress of Soviet writers. Moscow. 1934.
A.M. Gorki and Demyan Bedny at the second plenum of Soviet writers union. Moscow. 1935.
A.M. Gorki and A.S. Makarenko. Kuryazh. 1928.
A.M. Gorki, K.P. Pyatnisky, S.G. Skitaletz (Petrov). Nizhni Novgorod. 1900-1901.
A.M. Gorki and L.M. Leonov.
A.M. Gorki and I Ulianova in the club of the “Pravda”. Moscow. 1928.
A.M. Gorki and Herbert Wells. Petrograd. 1920.
Antoine Watteau 1884-1721, French school, Actors of the Comedie – Francaise. C. 1712, Oil on panel. 20X25 cm, The Hetmitage. Saint Petersburg
Raphael 1483-1520, Italian school, Madonna and Child (The Conestabile Madonna). 1502-1503, Tempera on canvas (transferred from a panel), 17.5X18 cm, The Hermitage. Saint Petersburg
Rembrandt. 1606-1669, Dutch school, Ahasuerus, Haman and Esther. 1660, Oil on canvas. 73X94 cm, The Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, Moscow.
Tomas Gainsborougy. 1729-1788, English school, Portrait of the Duchess of Beaufort. Late 1770s, Oil on canvas, 76X64 cm, The Hermitage. Saint Petersburg
Peter Paul Rubens. 1577-1640, Flemish school, The Union of Earth and Water, Between 1612 and 1615, Oil on canvas. 222.5X180.5 cm, The Hermitage. Saint Petersburg
Henri Matisse. 1869-1954, Azure Vase of Flowers on Blue Tablecloth. 1913, Oil on canvas. 147X98 cm, The Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts. Moscow.
Luca Giordano. 1632-1705, Italian school, Expulsion from Paradise, Oil on canvas. 229X267 cm, Palace Museum. Pavlovsk.
Caspar David Friedrich, 1774-1840, German school, Morning in the Hills, Oil on canvas135X170 cm, The Hermitage. Saint Petersburg.
Otto Marsueus van Schrieck 1619-1678, Dutch school, Burdock, Oil on panel. 40X55.7 cm, The Radishchev Art Museum. Saratov.
Paul Gauguin.1848-1903, French school, The King’s Wife. 1896, Oil on canvas. 97X130 cm, The Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts. Moscow.
Sebastiano Conca. 1680-1764, Italian school, The Rape of Europa, Oil on canvas. 49X64 cm,The Catherine Palace Museum. Pushkin
Mamed Mamedovich Orudzhev, clarinettist. Teacher of clarinet (since 1966, since 1980 – professor).
Victor Vladimirovich Petrov, clarinettist. Teacher of clarinet (since 1951, since 1971 – professor).
Alexander Vassilyevich Korneyev, fluttist. Teacher of flute (since 1964, since 1982 – professor).
Yuri Nickolayevich Dolzhikov, flutist. Teacher of flute (since 1964, since 1985 – professor). With his pupils.
Mamed Mirzoyevich Zeinaliv, trombonist. Teacher of trombone (since 1963, since 1984 – professor).
Yuri Alexeevich Uson, trumpeter. Teacher of trumpet (since 1960, since 1981 – professor). With his pupils.
Mstislav Anatolyevich Smirnov, pianist. Teacher of Chair of Concertmstery (since 1951, since 1974 – professor), dean of Piano Department (1969-1972), prorector for scientific work (1972-1987), head of Chair of Concartmastery (since 1964). Merited Art Worker of the RSFSR.
Yevgeny Mikhailovich Shenderovich, pianist. Teacher of Chair of Concertmaster (since 1976, since 1986 – professor). People`s Artist of the RSFSR.
Vladimir Yuryevich Grigoryev, violinist. Teacher of Chair of Theory and History of Interpretative Art (since 1958, since 1986 – professor). Head of Chair of Theory and History of Interpretative Art.
Kirill Lvovich Vinogradov (1913-1990), pianist. Teacher of Chair of Concertmastery (since 1965, since 1985 – professor).
Sculpture of S.V. Rachmaninov, which is on the landing into the Rachmaninov-Hall of the Conservatoire.
At the concert in the Small Hall of the Conservatoire.
At the concert in the Rachmaninov-Hall. Moscow.
Franz Muller Heuzer, rector of the Higher School of Music in Cologne (FRG), Claude Viala, rector of the Higher School of Music and Theatre Art in Graz (Austria) and B.I. Kulikov, rector of the Moscow Conservatoire.
Mikhail Georghievich Sokolov, pianist. Teaches general piano (since 1934, since 1964 – professor), head of General Piano Chair.
Rafael Rubenovich Davidyan, violinist. Tether of violin, quartet playing (since 1961, since 1976 – professor).
Valentin Nickolayevich Devekin, head of Chair of Foreign Languages.
Mark Vladimirovich Milman, pianist. Teaches chamber ensemble playing (since 1935, since 1964 – professor).
Tatyana Alexeevna Gaidamovich, cellist. Teaches chamber ensemble playing (since 1948, since 1980 – professor). Head of Chair of Chamber Ensemble and Quartet Playing (since 1986). Merited Art Worker of the RSFSR.