Ivan Aivazovsky. Set of postcards 10x7 cm
Ivan Aivazovsky. Set of postcards 10x7 cm

Ivan Aivazovsky. Set of postcards 10x7 cm

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Paper type Linen, 230 g/m2
Publication size A7 (7х10 см)
Publication type Set of postcards
1)Rescue from the Shipwreck. 1844
2)View of Temir-Khan-Shura and the Caspian Sea from the Karanai Mountains. 1869
3)Seascape. 1871
4)Morning in the Bay of Naples. 1873
5)Storm on the Shore of Nice. 1885
6)Bay of Feodosiya (Sunrise in Feodosiya). 1855
7)Storm on the Azov Sea. 1886
8)Volga near the Zhiguli Hills. 1887
9)View of St. Petersburg. 1888
10)Descent of Noah from Ararat. 1889
11)Fleet near Sevastopol. 1890
12)Niagara Falls. 1893
13)Yalta. 1899

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