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From the History of Russian Portrait of the 18th Century

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Abstract
The film tells about two Russian artists of the 18th century - F.S. Rokotov and D.G. Levitsky. The film includes the following filming: 1 part. Panorama of the Novodevichy Convent (winter filming). General view of the Gateway Church of the Transfiguration. Type of portraits written by F. Rokotov: portraits of Catherine II, Paul I, Peter III, Sumarokov, A.Yu. Kvashnina-Samarina, A. Vorontsov, V. I. Maikov, etc. View of one of the temples. The interiors of the halls of one of the palaces. Portrait of Strutsky in the interior of the living room. View of the Great Catherine Palace in Tsarskoe Selo, Cameron Gallery. Engravings depicting Moscow at the end of the 18th century. 2 part. The ceremonial hall of the Great Catherine Palace in Tsarskoe Selo. View of one of the halls of the Russian Museum with portraits of "Smolyanka" painted by artist DG Levitsky. A view of the sculpture of Catherine II in the museum hall. Types of St. Petersburg: a monument to Catherine II, the embankment of the Neva, the Peter and Paul Fortress. General view of the city (filmed from the top point). General view of the portraits written by D.G. Levitsky: portraits of M.A. Dyakova, Lvov, Ursula Mnishek, / Anna Deria-Garnuts /, A. Vorontsov, etc.
Director
S. Zagoskina
Color
Color
Film ID
33681
Keywords
christianity
, museums
, cities
, sculpture
, painting
, monuments of history and architecture
Meterage
537,3
Number of Parts
2
Operators
O. Fedotov
Other Creators
T. Uspenskaya, A. Romanov
Release Date
1990
Sound
Has Sound

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