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Владимир Георгиевич 23.01.2015 17:41

Looking for the inventory of the collection of Grand Duchess Maria Nikolaevna
 
Hello all! Searching for the inventory of the collection of oil painting, owned by Grand Duchess Maria Nikolaevna (1819-1876), daughter of Nicholas 1. She and her husband belonged to the Duke of Leuchtenberg extensive collection of paintings at the Mariinsky Palace, St. PETERSBURG.Please help all those who has any information on this issue.Thanks in advance for your answers.Vladimir Georgievich.

Кирилл Сызранский 23.01.2015 18:47

[QUOTE="Владимир Георгиевич;3356471"] her and her husband the Duke of Leuchtenberg owned a large collection of paintings at the Mariinsky Palace SPB@
Really? Always thought that Maria began to buy paintings in his collection after the death of her first husband Maximilian of Leuchtenberg - President of the Academy of arts and mainly living in Florence with her second husband, count Stroganov.

Владимир Георгиевич 23.01.2015 19:03

Yes. Maria already had a collection of paintings before her marriage.

uriart 23.01.2015 20:06

Mr, I Think you should contact the RSL in St. Petersburg.
They must be a directory. In any case, you will answer,Yes or no.

Владимир Георгиевич 23.01.2015 20:25

Thank you very much! Unfortunately, this information is not in the public library and not in the RSHA. With respect, Vladimir Georgievich.

uriart 23.01.2015 22:20

Mr, try to sneak into the library of the Hermitage.
And order them a digital copy.
And all of a sudden?!

Владимир Георгиевич 23.01.2015 22:33

Thank you very much!In the Hermitage there is only a list of paintings owned by her mother Alexandra.In RGIA is the inventory of the Mariinsky Palace,but they contain no information about the art and, for example, copper door handles, etc. With respect, Vladimir Georgievich.

Кирилл Сызранский 23.01.2015 23:16

And I met an inventory of paintings of Tsarevich Nicholas Alexandrovich, the future of the last Russian Emperor - http://feb-web.ru/feb/rosarc/vka/vka-602-.htm

Магнолия 24.01.2015 06:54

Mr, try to address to the expert of the Commission on culture Sachs Olga Skripko. Perhaps she would tell the history of the Mariinsky Palace.

Владимир Георгиевич 24.01.2015 08:09

Thank you very much!


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