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Rossiya Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 106 pictures in our Rossiya collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Albert Borlase Armitage, Scottish polar explorer, c1894-c1897 (1899). Artist: Frederick George Jackson Featured Print

Albert Borlase Armitage, Scottish polar explorer, c1894-c1897 (1899). Artist: Frederick George Jackson

Albert Borlase Armitage, Scottish polar explorer, c1894-c1897 (1899). Armitage (1864-1943) using a sextant while on the Jackson-Harmsworth Expedition to Franz-Josef Land in the Arctic. He was responsible for compiling astronomical, meteorological and magnetic records. The three-year expedition established that Franz Josef Land was in fact a small archipelago rather than a land mass that extended to the North Pole, as its leader, Frederick George Jackson, had believed. A print from A Thousand Days in the Arctic, by Frederick G Jackson, Volume II, Harper & Brothers, London, 1899.

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Tsar Alexander I presenting Russian troops to Napoleon, 8th July 1807 (1882-1884). Artist: Unknown Featured Print

Tsar Alexander I presenting Russian troops to Napoleon, 8th July 1807 (1882-1884). Artist: Unknown

Tsar Alexander I presenting Russian troops to Napoleon, 8th July 1807 (1882-1884). Alexander presents Cossacks, Bashkirs and Kalmuks of the Russian Army. The two emperors met at Tilsit to sign a peace treaty and form an alliance. A print from La France et les Francais a Travers les Siecles, Volume IV, F Roy editor, A Challamel, Saint-Antoine, 1882-1884.

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'Marina Mniszech with her Father under Arrest', 1883. Artist: Mikhail Petrovich Klodt Featured Print

'Marina Mniszech with her Father under Arrest', 1883. Artist: Mikhail Petrovich Klodt

'Marina Mniszech with her Father under Arrest', 1883. Marina Mniszech (c1588-1614) was a Polish noblewoman who became Tsarina of Russia after marrying the impostor False Dmitry I in 1605 during the period of Russian history known as the Time of Troubles, when the country was dominated by the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. Marina's father, Jerzy Mniszech was heavily involved in the intrigues of the period, and persuaded her to marry another pretender to the throne, False Dmitry II, after the first Dmitry had been murdered. The painting shows the Mniszechs in exile in Yaroslavl after the death of False Dmitry I. Found in the collection of the Regional Art Gallery, Vologda, Russia.

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