Anna Pavlova And Other Beauties Of Tsarist Russia In Colorized Archive Photos

Anna Pavlova And Other Beauties Of Tsarist Russia In Colorized Archive Photos
Anna Pavlova And Other Beauties Of Tsarist Russia In Colorized Archive Photos

Video: Anna Pavlova And Other Beauties Of Tsarist Russia In Colorized Archive Photos

Video: Authentic Color Photographs of the Russian Empire (1904-1915) | Sergei Prokudin-Gorsky 2022, November
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This collection contains very different women: actresses and schoolgirls, revolutionaries and aristocrats, ballerinas and housewives. But all of them are united by beauty, forever captured by the art of photography and lovingly restored and augmented by a talented master of color painting.

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The artist Olga Shirnina revives the lost palette of life in old photographs. The old pictures, lovingly colored by her, seem to get a second life, the aristocratic faces of the thoroughbred beauties of the times of the Russian Empire acquire blood and flesh, become more modern and closer.

Ballerina Matilda Kshesinskaya.

Fashionable lady from Kashin (Tver region, Russia), 1900s

Ballerina Agrippina Vaganova.

Pupil of the Alexander Institute for Noble Maidens, St. Petersburg.

Alexandra Kollontai (revolutionary).

Anastasia Vyaltseva, mezzo-soprano.

Ballerina Anna Pavlova with her pets.

Anna Pavlova as The Dying Swan.

Baroness Gravenitz in Russian costume, 1900.

A beautiful lady from Russia.

Countess Sofia Vyazemskaya, late 1900s.

Elizaveta Kologrivova, Russian writer and translator.

Pupil of the Institute for Noble Maidens, St. Petersburg.

Marietta Dekins, 1900 1917.

Georgian Princess Maria Prokofievna Eristova-Shervashidze.

Matilda Kshesinskaya.

A girl from the North Caucasus.

A girl from Saratov.

Pupil of the Alexander Institute for Noble Maidens, St. Petersburg.

Siberian.

Princess Zinaida Yusupova.

Ballerina Tamara Karsavina.

Young Russian bride, 1903

Again Anna Pavlova, 1905 1910

Actress Vera Komissarzhevskaya.

Anna Pavlova at home, 1910s

Anna Pavlova in the ballet The Pharaoh's Daughter, 1910.

In the same place.

Captain Dashkova's fiancee.

Larisa Reisner (revolutionary, journalist and poet).

Portrait of a young Russian woman, 1910.

Vera Kholodnaya, silent film star, 1910s

Anna Pavlova in Russian costume, 1911.

Vera Kholodnaya, 1916.

Tamara Karsavina dressed as a bride from the ballet "The Blue God".

Anna Pavlova, 1913.

Vera Fokina in the ballet Carnival, 1914.

Vera Kholodnaya, 1918.

See also:

From Rasputin to Vysotsky: famous faces in color

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