Our Lady of Vladimir. beg. 12th c. Icon moved
Our Lady of Vladimir. beg. 12th c. Icon moved from Constantinople to Kiev in 1136 and Vladimir in 1155. Iconographic type Eleusa or Virgin of Tenderness'. Byzantine art. Tempera on wood. RUSSIA. MOSCOW. Moscow. Tretyakov Gallery
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The Royal Gathering at Windsor
The Royal Gathering at Windsor, November 17th 1907.
The Princess Royal, Duke of Connaught, Queen of Norway, German Emperor, Princess of Wales, Princess Patricia, Prince of Wales, King of Spain, German Empress, Prince Arthur of Connaught, Queen Alexandra, Grand Duke Vladimir of Russia, Queen of Spain, Duchess of Connaught, Princess Victoria, Prince Johann of Saxony, Prince Olaf, King Edward, The Infanta Isabel of Spain, Princess Henry of Battenberg, Grand Duchess Vladimir, Queen of Portugal, Duchess DAosta, Princess Johann of Saxony.
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Russian aristocrats on the Riviera, 1906
From Revolution to Riviera - Some of the Many Russian Aristocrats now in the South of France. Page from The Sketch reporting on some of the notable members of the Russian nobility who had colonised the French Riviera following the revolution. Portraits featured here include the Grand Duke Kyril (Cyril) and Grand Duchess Kyril (formerly Princess Victoria Melita of Edinburgh), Grand Duke Michael Michailovitch, Grand Duke Vladimir, Grand Duke Nicolai, Grand Duke Nicolai, Grand Duke Andrei Vladimirovitch and Grand Duke Nicholas Nicolaievitch. Date: 1906
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