In the Lands of the Romanovs: An Annotated Bibliography of First-hand English-language Accounts of the Russian Empire (1613-1917)/List of Illustrations

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1) Portrait of Aleksei Mikhailovich, in Samuel Collins, The Present State of Russia (London: J. Winter for D. Newman, 1671). Wellcome Trust, London:

2) Peter I in Russian dress during the Grand Embassy (n.d.), artist unknown. Wikimedia Commons:

3) Portrait of William Tooke (1820), engraving by Joseph Collyer the Younger, after Martin Archer Shee. National Portrait Gallery, London. Wikimedia Commons:

4) Portrait of Claire Clairmont (1819) by Amelia Curran. Oil on canvas. Reproduced in Robert Gittings and Jo Manton, Claire Clairmont and the Shelleys (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1992). Wikimedia Commons:,_by_Amelia_Curran.jpg

5) St Petersburg, Senate Square, 14 December, 1825 (1825-26), by Karl Kolman. Reproduced in Literaturnye mesta Rossii (Moskva: Sovetskaia Rossiia, 1987). Wikimedia Commons:,_Senate_Square,_1825,_dec._14.jpg

6) Portrait of Elizabeth, Countess of Craven, later Margravine of Anspach (1778), by George Romney. Oil on canvas. Wikimedia Commons:

7) Count Francesco Algarotti (1745), by Jean-Étienne Liotard. Pastel on parchment. Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam. Wikimedia Commons:

8) John Henniker-Major, 2nd Baron Henniker (1780s-90s), by Henry Hudson, after George Romney. Mezzotint. National Portrait Gallery, London. Wikimedia Commons:

9) William Coxe, Russian edition of his Travels into Poland, Russia, Sweden and Denmark (Moscow: I. Smirnov, 1837). Wikimedia Commons:

10a) Title page of the 1799 German edition of Peter Simon Pallas, Bemerkungen auf einer Reise in die südlichen Statthalterschaften des Russischen Reichs in den Jahren 1793 und 1794 (Leipzig: Gottfried Martini, 1799). Stadtgeschichtliches Museum, Leipzig. Wikimedia Commons:

10b) Title page of the 1812 English edition of Peter Simon Pallas, Travels through the southern Provinces of the Russian Empire, in the years 1793 and 1794 (London: John Stockdale, 1812). Stadtgeschichtliches Museum, Leipzig. Wikimedia Commons:

11) A map of Kamtschatka engraved from the russian map by Tho. Jefferys, in Stepan Petrovich Krasheninnikov: The history of Kamtschatka and the Kurilski Islands with the countries adjacent; Illustrated with maps and cuts. Published at Petersbourg in the Russian language by order of her Imperial Majesty and translated into English by James Grieve (Glocester: printed by R. Raikes for T. Jefferys, 1764). Wikimedia Commons:

12) Edmund Spencer, Travels in Circassia, Krim-tartary, &c: including a steam voyage down the Danube, from Vienna to Constantinople, and round the Black Sea (London: H. Colburn, 1839). Wikimedia Commons:,_Krim-tartary,_%26c.jpg

13) British bombardment of the fortress Bomarsund (Aland Islands) during the Crimean war (1854), artist unknown. Wikimedia Commons:

14) Only known photograph of Mary Seacole (1805-1881), taken c.1873 by Maull & Company in London, photographer unknown. Wikimedia Commons:

15) Sketch of Mary Seacole’s “British Hotel” in the Crimea (n.d.), by Lady Alicia Blackwood. Wikimedia Commons:

16) William Simpson photographed by Roger Fenton on Cathcart Hill before Sevastopol, Crimea, 1855. Adrian Lipscomb collection. Wikimedia Commons:

17) Balaklava harbour (Crimea) [1855], photograph by Roger Fenton. Wikimedia Commons:

18) Portrait of Donald Mackenzie Wallace (no later than 1905), photographer unknown. Wikimedia Commons:

19a-b) Title page and photograph of a first edition of Florence Crauford Grove, The Frosty Caucasus (1875). Wikimedia Commons:,_front_page.jpg and

20) “The Great Game: the Afghan Emir Sher Ali Khan with his ‘friends’ Russia and Great Britain” (30 November, 1878), cartoon by Sir John Tenniel. Wikimedia Commons:

21) Portrait of Moses Montefiore (n.d.), artist unknown. Wikimedia Commons:

22) Tolstoi organising famine relief in Samara (1891), photographer unknown. Wikimedia Commons:,_1891.jpg

23) Thomas Stevens on his penny-farthing bicycle. Image from his Around the world on a bicycle (London: Sampson Low, Marston, Searle and Rivington, 1887). Cornell University Library. Wikimedia Commons:

24) Harry de Windt (no image credit). Photograph published in his From Paris to New York by land (Thomas Nelson & Sons: London, Edinburgh, Dublin and New York, 1903). Projects Gutenberg: Wikimedia Commons:

25) The Governor-General of India George Curzon with his wife Mary in Delhi (29 December 1902), photographer unknown. Published in Joachim K. Bautze, Das koloniale Indien. Photographien von 1855 bis 1910 (Köln: Fackelträger Verlag, 2007), p. 211. Wikimedia Commons:

26) Portrait of Mandell Creighton (1902) by Hubert von Herkomer. Oil on canvas. National Portrait Gallery, London. Wikimedia Commons:

27) A Christmas dinner on the heights before Sevastopol (Capt Burnaby is the fifth figure from the left), by J.A. Vinter. Tinted lithograph. Published in The Seat of War in the East (London: Paul & Dominic Colnaghi & Co., 13 & 14 Pall Mall East; Paris: Goupil & Cie, 1855). Wikimedia Commons:

28) Pen portrait of Stephen Graham, by Vernon Hill. Published in Stephen Graham, Changing Russia (London: John Lane, 1913), frontispiece.

29) Mikhail Fedorovich, first tsar of the house of Romanov (n.d.), artist unknown. Wikimedia Commons:

30) Aleksei Mikhailovich (n.d.), artist unknown. Hermitage Museum, St Petersburg. Wikimedia Commons:

31) Fedor Alekseevich (1685), by Ivan Saltanov, Erofei Elin and Luka Smolianov. The Moscow Kremlin. Wikimedia Commons:

32) Peter the Great (1698), by Godfrey Kneller. Oil on canvas. Royal Collection. Wikimedia Commons:

33) Catherine I (1717), by Jean-Marc Nattier. Oil on canvas. Hermitage Museum, St Petersburg. Wikimedia Commons:

34) Peter II of Russia (circa 1730), by Ioann Vedekind. Wikimedia Commons:

35) Anna Ivanovna (circa 1730), artist unknown. Moscow State Historical Museum. Wikimedia Commons:,_GIM%29.jpg

36) Empress Elizabeth (n.d.), by Ivan Argunov. Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow. Wikimedia Commons:

37) Great Duke Peter Fedorovich, later Peter III (1758), by Fedor Rokotov. Oil on canvas. Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow. Wikimedia Commons:

38) Catherine II the Legislatress in the Temple of the Goddess of Justice (1783), by Dmitrii Levitskii. Oil on canvas. Russian Museum, St Petersburg. Wikimedia Commons:

39) Paul I, Emperor of Russia (n.d.), by Vladimir Borovikovskii. Oil on canvas. Wikimedia Commons:

40) Alexander I (c.1814/1815), by François de Gérard. Reproduced in Matti Klinge (ed.), Helsingin yliopisto 1640–1990: Keisarillinen Aleksanterin yliopisto 1808–1917 (Helsinki: Otava, 1989), p. 15. Wikimedia Commons:

41) Nicholas I (1856), by Vladimir Dmitrievich Sverchkov. Oil on canvas. Hermitage Museum, St Petersburg. Wikimedia Commons:

42) Charge of the Light Cavalry Brigade, 25th Oct. 1854, under Major General the Earl of Cardigan, print by William Simpson (1 March 1855). Published by Goupil & Cie, Paris, and Day & Son, London.The Library of Congress. Wikimedia Commons:,_25th_Oct._1854,_under_Major_General_the_Earl_of_Cardigan.png

43) Alexander II (n.d.), photographer unknown. Wikimedia Commons:

44) Alexander III (n.d.), photograph by Félix Nadar. Wikimedia Commons:

45) Nicholas II (1898), photograph by A.A. Pasetti. Wikimedia Commons:

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