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Regicide of 11 March 1801

Regicide of 11 March 1801

160 pages with 100 colour and 24 black-and-white illustrations.
Format: 24.5 x 28 cm; Russian
The publication accompanied the exhibition of the same name and published many works for the first time, including the fifteen-metre Funeral Procession of 2 December 1796 (Transferring the Ashes of Peter III from the St Alexander Nevsky Monastery to the Winter Palace panorama (Herm.), Martin Ferdinand Quadal's Coronation of Paul I and Marie Fyodorovna (Alexander Radischev Mus., Saratov), engraved portraits of Paul I, the only known picture of Skariatin, one of the central figures in the palace coup (Russ. Mus.) and documents from the archives of Moscow and St Petersburg. The vast historical, artistic and memorial information recreated the historical background to the events of 11 March 1801. The album also included articles on each section of the exhibition, a bibliography and a catalogue reproducing many of the works on display.
Portraiture in Russia: XX Century

Portraiture in Russia: XX Century

408 pages with 386 colour illustrations.
Format: 24.5 x 30 cm; English/Russian

Fairytales in Russia

Fairytales in Russia

416 pages with 449 colour illustrations.
Format: 31.5 x 24.5 cm; English/Russian

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