Colored photo of the Grand Duchess Anastasia Nikolaevna of Russia, My design made based on my photo of fireworks in the Versailles castle, France and Fabergé’s brooch made for the Russian Imperial Romanov family (circa 1905). “The 14k rose and … Continue reading →
Painting of Empress Alexandra Feodorovna (wife of Emperor Nicholas II) and Fabergé Eggs and frame. The Romanov family ruled Russia from 1613 to 1917. On the February 21th 1613, Michael Romanov became Tsar of Russia (Tsar Michael I of Russia). … Continue reading →
Fabergé gold and jeweled frame by the workmaster Johan Victor Aarne (1899-1904), detail of a pendant Fabergé Egg and portrait of the Princess Dagmar of Denmark and her sister Princess Alexandra of Denmark painted in 1868 by the painter Franz … Continue reading →
Fabergé Egg created by the Russian jewelery House Fabergé named “The pearl Egg”, gold frame of a portrait of the Tsar Nicholas II and the Empress Alexandra by the House Fabergé and photo of Saint Petersbourg during winter. “The Pearl … Continue reading →
Vladislav Nagornov was born in 1974 in Penza. In 2001 he graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts with specialty in historical genre. The Russian artists of the 19th century like Repin, Surikov and Ivanov serve as an inspiration for him.