Porcelain Russia of P.P.Kamenskiy by Ekaterina Khmelnitskaya

Author: Dr Ekaterina Khmelnitskaya

Year of Publication: 2013

Source: Dr Ekaterina Khmelnitskaya

Publisher: Lyubimaya kniga

Place of Publication: Moscow, Russia

Pages: 600

Language: Russian

ISBN: 978-1-932525-46-5

Link to: Website

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The series «Nations of Russia» of Pavel Pavlovich Kamenskiy (1858–1922) – this is realized in porcelain novel about the main richness of Russia - the culture of its nations. The order for fulfiment of the most large-scaled series in the history of Imperial Porcelain Factory was initiated personally by Nicholas II in 1907. At the present time it is known about existance of 74 figurines, their major part is situated in the collection of the State Hermitage Museum in St-Petersburg in Russia.

On page 483 there is Ill 337. "Hunter with the Golden Eagle". Photo by S.M.Dudin. 1899. Museum of Anthropology and Ethnograaphy named after The Peter of the Great of Russian Academy of Sciences.

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