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Large Drawing Room In The Mikhailovsky Palace St Petersburg

Large Drawing-room in the Mikhailovsky Palace, St Petersburg - Luigi Premazzi

Interiors of the Winter Palace. The Bathroom of Grand Princess Maria Alexandrovna

Interiors of the Winter Palace. The Bathroom of Grand Princess Maria Alexandrovna - Edward Petrovich Hau

Edward Petrovich Hau, Interior of the Winter Palace. The Bathroom of Grand Princess Maria Alexandrovna,

Bedroom of Alexandra Feodorovna, wife of Nicholas I, at the Alexander Palace. ROYAL RUSSIA: News, Videos &   Photographs About the Romanov Dynasty, Monarchy and Imperial Russia - Updated Daily

Bedroom of Alexandra Feodorovna, wife of Nicholas I, at the Alexander Palace. ROYAL RUSSIA: News, Videos & Photographs About the Romanov Dynasty, Monarchy and Imperial Russia - Updated Daily

Winter Palace Interior the white room.

Бывшие царские дворцы: Interiors of the Winter Palace. The Drawing Room in Rococo II Style, with Cupids - Edward Petrovich Hau - Hermitage Museum

The Small Drawing Room - The Suite of Empress Alexandra Feodorovna at the Winter Palace in Saint Petersburg. Depicted in gouache by court painters c.1850

ghosts-of-imperial-russia: “ Interiors of the Winter Palace. The White Drawing-Room of Empress Alexandra Fyodorovna Hau, Edward Petrovich Russia, 1860 ”

Dressing Room in The Winter Palace in Saint Petersburg, Russia.  From 1732 to 1917, it was the official residence of the Russian monarchs.

Interiors of the Winter Palace. The Fourth Reserved Apartment. The Dressing Room - Konstantin Andreyevich Ukhtomsky

Winter Palace in St. Petersburg, watercolour by artist Konstantin Ukhtomsky in the mid century - The Fourth Reserved Apartment. The Dressing Room - feminine opulent russian palace fabric pink room

Hau Edward Petrovich (1807 - 1887) | Russian Painter - Forum Facts

Drawings by Edward Petrovich Hau - Interiors of the Winter Palace. The Fifth Reserved Apartment. The Drawing-Room of Grand Princess Maria Alexandrovna

Alexandre Serebriakoff

"Vienna Parlor" by Reinhold Volkel Views of Alexandre Popoff's Paris Apartment by Serebriakoff

Pavlovsk Palace is an 18th-century Russian Imperial residence built by Paul I of Russia in Pavlovsk, near Saint Petersburg. After his death, it became the home of his widow, Maria Feodorovna. The palace and the large English garden surrounding it are now a Russian state museum and public park.

Pavlovsk Palace is an 18th-century Russian Imperial residence built by Paul I of Russia in Pavlovsk, near Saint Petersburg. After his death, it became the home of his widow, Maria Feodorovna. The palace and the large English garden surrounding it are now a Russian state museum and public park.

French Style Antiques ~ Old Drawing Room - Pavlovsk Palace & Park - Country Residence of the Russian Imperial Family

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