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Church of Vladimir Mother of God

Made by: Beggrow, Carl Joachim (artist and engraver)

Currently in storage


About this object

The lithograph shows Vladimirskaia Square in St. Petersburg in the 1820s. In the center, the neoclassical building of the Church of Vladimir Mother of God (built in the 1760s) and the bell tower (built by architect Quarenghi in 1783) are shown prior to their reconstruction, in 1848.

Category:
PRINTS
Object name:
Church of Vladimir Mother of God
Made in:
RUSSIA: St. Petersburg
Date made:
1821-1823
Size:
overall __15.38 in __20.00 in
overall __39.05 cm __50.80 cm

Detailed information for this item

Catalog number:
55.100
Signature marks:
Inscription __N° 18. __Upper right corner of print ||Inscription __119 __Lower left of print ||inscription __in Cyrillic: ris. Karl Begrov (Drawing by Carl Beggrow) __Lower left corner ||handwritten note __Ans Begroff. K. J. Aurichten v. Petersburg ( Thieme B. III/ 188) __left corner ||inscription __Pech. V Litog. P. F. Gel"mersena __Center bottom
Credit line:
Museum Purchase, 2004