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Alexander Ii Of Russia Gallery

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Choose from 61 pictures in our Alexander Ii Of Russia collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Alexander II, Tsar of Russia, (1900) Featured Print

Alexander II, Tsar of Russia, (1900)

Alexander II, Tsar of Russia, (1900). Alexander (1818-1881) was Emperor of Russia from 1855. Known as The Liberator, he emancipated Russia's serfs in 1861. The pace of reform under Alexander's rule was too slow for some, however, and on 13 March 1881 he was assassinated in St Petersburg by a bomb thrown by a nihilist student. A print from The Life and Times of Queen Victoria, by Robert Wilson, Volume IV, Cassell and Company, London, Paris, New York, Melbourne, 1900

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Procession of of Tsarina Alexandra Feodorovna to the Cathedral of the Dormition, Moscow, 1856. Artist: Mihaly Zichy Featured Print

Procession of of Tsarina Alexandra Feodorovna to the Cathedral of the Dormition, Moscow, 1856. Artist: Mihaly Zichy

Procession of of Tsarina Alexandra Feodorovna to the Cathedral of the Dormition, Moscow, 1856. The coronation of Emperor Alexander II (1818-1881) and Empress Maria Alexandrovna (1824-1880) took place on 7 September 1856 at the Dormition Cathedral in the Moscow Kremlin. Born Princess Charlotte of Prussia, Alexandra Feodorovna (1798-1860) was the widow of Tsar Nicholas I and the mother of Alexander II. Found in the collection of the State Museum of History, Moscow

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Equestrian portrait of Tsar Alexander II of Russia, c1861-c1865 Featured Print

Equestrian portrait of Tsar Alexander II of Russia, c1861-c1865

Equestrian portrait of Tsar Alexander II of Russia, c1861-c1865. Alexander (1818-1881) was Tsar from 1855. Known as The Liberator, he emancipated Russia's serfs in 1861. The pace of reform under Alexander's rule was too slow for some, however, and on 13 March 1881 he was assassinated in St Petersburg by a bomb thrown by a nihilist student. Found in the collection of the Russian State Film and Photo Archive, Krasnogorsk

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