3 edition of Costume of the Russian Empire found in the catalog.
|Contributions||Harding, Edward, 1755-1840, Alexander, William, 1767-1816., Dadley, J.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. 70 [i.e. 72] col. plates.|
|Number of Pages||154|
About this Item: for W. Miller by Howlett & Brimmer, Hardcover. Condition: Near Fine. 1st Edition. 1ed RARE Costumes of Russian Empire Illustrated Scandinavia Russia Finland William Alexander s Costume of the Russian Empire is one of the best illustrated portrayals of Russian culture from peasants to royalty. RUSSIA Costume of Russian Empire Color Illustrated Clothing Travel Voyages An extremely valuable and important illustrated account of history of costumes and clothing from the Russian Empire. Published in , Edward Harding gathered English and .
A Bashkirian Woman, plate29 in the book The Costume of the Russian Empire with Descriptions in English and French (London: W. Miller, ) by J. Dadley A work from the collections of the de Young and Legion of Honor museums of San Francisco, CA. In the USSR, officer uniforms were khaki colors, similar to soldiers' uniforms. The Air Force commander wore a blue uniform in the s and s (with interruptions). Also in the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation, there are a number of uniform supplies that were used in the USSR and the Russian Empire.
What was the reason for the downfall of the Russian Empire in ? For hundreds of years, an elite, awesomely wealthy Czarist regime ruled Russia, the rest of which largely consisted of peasants. That all came to an end during the February Revolution of , which was precipitated by a number of economic, social, and political causes. Travels through the southern provinces of the Russian Empire, in the years and [Reprint] Volume: Vol. 2 () Pallas, Peter Simon, n ,Blagdon, Francis William, nr
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Costume of the Russian Empire. Costume of the Russian Empire, The. London: Printed for W. Miller, Item # Seventy-Three Fine Hand-Colored Stipple Engravings of The Russian Empire With Descriptions Derived From Authentic Sources [ALEXANDER, William].
The Costume of the Russian Empire, illustrated by a series of seventy-three engravings. With descriptions in English and French. The Costume of the Russian Empire, Illustrated by a Series of Seventy-three Engravings with Descriptions in English and French.
London: William Miller, [circa ]. Folio (11 by /2 inches), modern three-quarter brown morocco gilt, raised bands, tan morocco spine label, contemporary boards, uncut.
$ A hardcover volume titled Costume of the Russian Empire, by Edward Harding. It is illustrated with over seventy hand-tinted engravings of men and women from various regions and cultures of the Russian Empire, with text in both English and French about their traditional clothing, as well as other aspects of.
Book Number of Books: 1 Subject: History Author/ Illustrator: John Dadley Book Title: Costume of the Russian Empire Condition: Fine Publication year oldest item: Edition: 1st Edition Language: Bilingual Original language: Yes Publisher: London, Miller Binding/ Material: Half.
1 v. (unpaged): 38 cm. The Costume of the Russian Empire, illustrated by a series of seventy-three engravings: with descriptions in English and French.
unnumbered pages, color frontispiece & 78 color plates ; (folio) Plates hand colored Added t.-p. in French English and French Plates "copied from a series of engravings begun at Petersburg in and finished in under the care and at the expense of C. Müller [for J. Georgi's work: Beschreibung aller nationen des russischen reichs]" "The description to the plates have been Pages: The costume of the Russian empire.
Aleutian in his Winter Dress. A Barabintzian Woman. A Barabintzian Girl. A Bukharian of Siberia. Circassian on horseback in complete armor.
A Circassian of distinction in his ordinary Dress, and a Princess of that Nation. A Circassian Prince or Nobleman completely armed. Russian dress had remained largely unchanged from the 10th century until the 17th. Left: Fancy Court Gown of Alexandra Feodrovna, reproducing the dress of the Tsarina Marfa Ilyinichna, wife of Tsar Alexei Michaelovitch, When Peter I (the Great) took the throne, he advocated the Europeanization of the Russian Empire.
RUSSIA Costume of Russian Empire Color Illustrated Clothing Travel Voyages. An extremely valuable and important illustrated account of history of costumes and clothing from the Russian Empire. Published inEdward Harding gathered English and French descriptions of impressive, aquatint engravings.
Costume of the Russian Empire: Collection of British art from the Elizabethan period to the present day, including paintings, sculpture, drawings, prints, rare books, and manuscripts. (Alexander) THE COSTUME OF THE RUSSIAN EMPIRE London, Printed for E. Harding, Pall Mall, True ﬁrst edition, ﬁrst issue, all plates dated Folio.
34 cm X 26 cm. Original maroon morocco, elaborately decorated in gilt, all edges gilt. Engraved hand colored frontispiece and 72 hand colored engraved plates.
Depicting peoples. Peter the Great (r. ) formally proclaimed the Russian Empire inwhich lasted almost two centuries until Russia declared itself a republic on Ma In practice, the Empire started when Peter the Great became the sole ruler of Muscovite Russia in (his dim-witted half brother, Ivan V.
CHAPTER I THE DAWN OF RUSSIAN HISTORY. Russia, which is blessed with a rich variety of tribes and peoples, the despair of the ethnographical geographer, who can scarcely find enough distinctive colours wherewith to denote them all on his maps, is characterised by a singular uniformity of physical conditions throughout the greater part of its huge extent.
OCLC Number: Language Note: Added title page in French. Notes: Added t.p., with title: Costumes de l'empire de Russie.
Plates "copied from a series of engravings begun at Petersburg in and finished in under the care and at the expense of C.W. Müller [for J.G.
Georgi's work: Beschreibung aller Nationen des russischen Reichs]" The plates are signed by J. Dadley as engraver. Description of all the nations of the Russian empire [text by J.G.
Georgi, plates pub. at the expense of Müller] and partly from the Travels of Pallas in collecting the materials for the historical descriptions, recourse has been had to the labours of Müller, Pallas, Coxe, Fischer, Krackeninikof.".
When the Russian Imperial family threw a party, they didn't do "low key". Even with a looming global economic crisis that would mark the beginning of the end for the Russian Empire, no expense was spared. If tsarist Russia was going down, they were going out with a bang. And so, in February of William Alexander’s ‘Costume of the Russian Empire’ is one of the best illustrated portrayals of Russian culture from peasants to royalty.
Alexander took information available to him on Russian history and collected into one book – each of the illustrations is accompanied by a short descriptive text in both English and French.
() Costume of The Russian Empire, Illustrated by Upwards of Seventy Richly Coloured Engravings. Dedicated, by Spe Item was passed. Overall very nice condition. An attractive print together with a separate sheet of descriptive text in both English and French.
An exquisitely engraved and handcolored image, plate number 61 from "The Costume of the Russian Empire" first published inalthough this sheet is likely from the edition of circa that was published in Paris.A Boukharian of Siberia, plate28 in the book The Costume of the Russian Empire with Descriptions in English and French (London: W.
Miller, ) by J. Dadley A work from the collections of the de Young and Legion of Honor museums of San Francisco, CA. Description. One volume Costume of the Russian Empire J.
Dadley & C. W. Muller (illustrator). First Edition. London: William Miller. Good. 73 nicely hand-colored lithographed plates an important record of the dress of Russians during the time of Catherine the Great.