Hermitage Museum
The State Hermitage (Russian: Госуда́рственный Эрмита́ж; [gəsʊˈdarstvʲɪnɨj ɪrmʲɪˈtaʂ], Gosudarstvenny Ermitazh) is a museum of art and culture in Saint Petersburg, Russia. One of the largest and o...
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An Army Of Cats Protect One Of The Largest Museums in The World
An Army Of Cats Protect One Of The Largest Museums in The World
Hermitage Museum
I have filmed this movie in the Hermitage: museum in Russia,in 2007 - July.The music I have edited on, is from the classical concert they have played over ...
Egyptian Collection of the Hermitage Museum
The Egyptian Collection of the Hermitage Museum dates back to 1852 and includes items from the Predynastic Period to the 12th century AD. It belongs to the Oriental Art section of the museum. The Egyp...
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Menshikov Palace (Saint Petersburg)
30°17′46″E / 59.939°N 30.296°E / 59.939; 30.296The Menshikov Palace (Russian: Меншиковский дворец) is a Petrine Baroque edifice in Saint Petersburg, situated on Universite...
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Saint Sebastian (Titian, Hermitage)
Saint Sebastian is a 1570-72 painting of Saint Sebastian by Titian, now in the Hermitage Museum in Saint Petersburg.
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Bobrinski Bucket
The Bobrinski Bucket is a 12th-century bronze bucket originally manufactured for a merchant in 1163 out of bronze with copper and silver inlaid decorations. It provides one of the earliest examples o...
Flora (Rembrandt, Hermitage)
Flora or Saskia as Flora is a 1634 painting by Rembrandt, showing his wife Saskia van Uylenburgh as the goddess Flora. It is now in the Hermitage Museum in St Petersburg.
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Penitent Magdalene (Titian, 1565)
The Penitent Magdalene is a 1565 oil painting by Titian of saint Mary Magdalene, now in the Hermitage Museum in Saint Petersburg. Unlike his 1533 version of the same subject, Titian has covered Mary's...
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Dance (Matisse)
The Dance (La Danse) refers to either of two related paintings made by Henri Matisse between 1909 and 1910. The first, preliminary version is Matisse's study for the second version. The composition o...
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Regina Vasorum
The Regina Vasorum or Queen of Vases is a 4th-century BC hydria from Cumae depicting Eleusinian divinities with gilded flesh in polychrome relief. It is held in the collections of the Hermitage Museum...
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Madonna with Beardless St. Joseph (Raphael)
The Madonna with Beardless St. Joseph is an early painting by Raphael, produced in 1506, now at the Hermitage Museum.
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Conestabile Madonna
The Conestabile Madonna is a small (and probably unfinished) painting by the Italian Renaissance artist Raphael. It was likely the last work painted by Raphael in Umbria before moving to Florence.Its ...
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Landscape with Polyphemus
Landscape with Polyphemus is a 1649 painting by Nicolas Poussin, a French painter. The painting refers to a Spanish literary work La Fábula de Polifemo y Galatea. It represents Polyphemus, one of the ...
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The Descent from the Cross (Rembrandt, 1634)
Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn’s Descent from the Cross (1634) is one of his many religious scenes. The piece is oil on canvas and now located in the Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg. The piece is...
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Pazyryk burials
88°09′11″E / 49.579°N 88.153°E / 49.579; 88.153The Pazyryk (Russian: Пазырык) burials are a number of Scythian Iron Age tombs found in the Pazyryk Valley of the Ukok plat...
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Psyche Revived by Cupid's Kiss
Antonio Canova's sculpture Psyche Revived by Cupid's Kiss, first commissioned in 1787 by Colonel John Campbell, is a masterpiece of Neoclassical sculpture, but shows the mythological lovers at a momen...
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Fire in the Winter Palace
The fire in the Winter Palace of Saint Petersburg, then the official residence of the Tsars of the Russian Empire, occurred on December 17, 1837 and was caused by soot inflammation. The Palace burned...
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Grand Church of the Winter Palace
The Grand Church of the Winter Palace (Russian: Cобор Спаса Нерукотворного Образа в Зимнем дворце) in Saint Petersburg, sometimes referred to as the Winter Palace's cathedral, was consecrated in 1...
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Neva Enfilade of the Winter Palace
The Neva Enfilade of the Winter Palace, St Petersburg is a series of three large halls arranged in an enfilade along the palace's massive facade facing the River Neva.Originally designed as a series o...
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Venus figurines of Mal'ta
The Venus figurines of Mal’ta (also: Malta) are several palaeolithic figurines of women found in Siberia, Russia.They consist most often of ivory. Delporte writes of 29 figurines altogether. They are ...
Gonzaga Cameo
The Gonzaga Cameo is a Hellenistic engraved gem; a cameo of the capita jugata variety cut out from the three layers of an Indian sardonyx, dating from perhaps the 3rd Century BC. It was a centrepiece ...
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Oglakhty
Oglahty (Russian: Оглахты) is a mountain range and a burial complex of Tashtyk culture located 60 km north of Minusinsk, Khakassia, Russia, on the right bank of Yenisei River. Oglahty burials are...
Pereshchepina Treasure
The Pereshchepina Treasure (Russian: Перещепинский клад, Bulgarian: Съкровище от Мала Перешчепина) is a major deposit of Bulgarian, Sassanian, Sogdian, Turkic and Avarian objects from the pe...
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The Lute Player (Caravaggio)
The Lute Player is a composition by the Italian Baroque master Caravaggio. It exists in three versions, one in the Wildenstein Collection, another in the Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg and a third f...
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