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Description Vasilisa Melentieva (Wassilissa Melentjewa)
Русский: Василиса Мелентьева и Иван Грозный. Музей-заповедник "Абрамцево

Сад. Под деревом на низкой красной скамье сидит Василиса Мелентьева, одетая в желтый атласный сарафан и синюю душегрейку. На голове кокошник с жемчугом и цветными камнями, левой рукой придерживает фату, правая лежит на скамье. Справа выходящий из-за дерева Иван Грозный в лиловом кафтане и скуфье, с посохом в руке. Справа бревенчатая стена мастерской, расписное окно.

Федеральное государственное бюджетное учреждение культуры «Государственный историко-художественный и литературный Музей-заповедник "Абрамцево" Идентификационный номерМА КП 8/27 Ж 45 МатериалХолст ЖанрКомпозиционный портрет Место созданияАбрамцево Размер111 х 80 см ТипологияЖивопись, Портреты

Сведения о поступлении в музей11 января 1949 г. Из Загорского музея, возврат собственности при восстановлении музея «Абрамцево»; ранее - собрание Мамонтовых.
Author Nikolai Vasilyevich Nevrev (1830-1904, Николай Васильевич Неврев)


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