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Siberian Gallery

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

Choose from 41 pictures in our Siberian 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.


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Banks of the Yenisei river, Siberia, USSR, c1923. Artist: D Carruthers

Banks of the Yenisei river, Siberia, USSR, c1923. The Yenisei is the longest of the three great rivers of Siberia and the largest river that flows into the Arctic Ocean. A print from Countries of the World, Volume VI, edited by JA Hammerton, The Fleetway House, London, c1923.

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'A Nisovian Tunguzian in his Winter Habit', c18th century. Artist: Unknown

'A Nisovian Tunguzian in his Winter Habit', c18th century. Nizovian Tungusic (Indigenous Siberian) hunter with bow and trident, holding two dead mink or ermines. A version of this image appeared in Three Years Travels from Moscow over-land to China by Evert Ysbrants Ides Ides, (London, 1706).

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Female Siberian Cossack cavalry corps, Russo-Japanese War, 1904. Artist: Unknown

Female Siberian Cossack cavalry corps, Russo-Japanese War, 1904. The Russo-Japanese War arose due to the two countries' conflicting territorial ambitions in East Asia. When the Russians reneged on an agreement to withdraw troops from Manchuria, the Japanese embarked on a lengthy siege of the Russian-leased city of Port Arthur in Manchuria. Port Arthur surrendered in January 1905, and a combination of incompetence on the part of Russian commanders and the decisive victory for the Japanese navy at the Battle of Tsushima forced the Russians to the negotiating table. The outcome of the war was Japan gaining effective control of Korea and much of Manchuria. An illustration from Le Petit Journal, 6th November 1904.

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