Portrait. A set of cards10x15 cm
Portrait. A set of cards10x15 cm

Portrait. A set of cards10x15 cm

Price 10.00 USD
Time of shipment 3-5 working days
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Paper type Linen, 230 g/m2
Publication size A6 (10х15 см)
Publication type Set of postcards
Set from 12 cards:

1. V.L. Borovikovsky. Portrait of Paul I
2. V.L. Borovikovsky. Portrait of Princess Baryatinskaya
3. K.P. Bryullov. Horsewoman
4. K.P. Bryullov. Portrait of I.A. Beck
5. I.Ya. Vishnyakov. Portrait of S.-E. Fermor
6. Josef Grassy. Portrait of the General-Anshef Count V.A. Zubov
7. Jean-Baptiste Greuze. Girl's head
8. Louis Caravac. Portrait of Princess Anna Petrovna and Elizaveta Petrovna
9. B.M. Kustodiev. Portrait of Irina Kustodieva
10. P.N. Orlov. Italian woman with flowers
11. V.I. Surikov. Self-portrait
12. F.V. Sychkov. By the fence. Winter

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