From the history of Russian portrait of the XVIII century.. (1990)
AnnotationEducational film for students. The film is dedicated to the works of artists and Rokotova Levitsky.
The film tells the story of two Russian artists of XVIII-century-FS Rokotova and Levitsky.
The film was filming the following:
Panorama of the Novodevichy Convent (winter filming).
General view of the Gate Church of the Transfiguration.
View portraits painted F.Rokotov: portraits of Catherine II, Paul I, Peter III, Sumarokova, A.Yu.
Kvashninoy-Samarinoy, A.Vorontsova, V.I.Maykova etc.
View of one of the temples.
Interiors halls of one of the palaces.
Portrait Strutskogo in an interior room.
View of the Grand Catherine Palace in Tsarskoye Selo, Cameron Gallery.
Engraving depicting Moscow late XVIII-th century.
Ceremonial Hall of the Grand Catherine Palace in Tsarskoye Selo.
View of one of the halls of the museum with portraits of Russian "smolyanok", written by the artist Levitsky.
View sculpture of Catherine II in the museum hall.
Views of St.
Petersburg: a monument to Catherine II, Neva Embankment, Peter and Paul Fortress.
General view of the city (from a top point).
General view of the portraits painted by Levitsky portraits M.A.Dyakovoy, Lviv, Ursula Mnishek / Anne-Derian Garnutsa / A.Vorontsova etc.
Key wordsCity. Painting. Christianity. Historical and architectural monuments. Sculpture. Museums.