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Images Dated 14th June 2010

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'Portrait of the Author Count Pyotr Vyazemsky', 19th century. Artist: Salvatore Tonci

'Portrait of the Author Count Pyotr Vyazemsky', 19th century. Pyotr Vyazemsky (1792-1878) was a leading figure of the Golden Age of Russian poetry. As a young man he fought in the Russian army during the Napoleonic Wars. Found in the collection of the State Central Literary Museum, Moscow

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Portrait of Tsar Feodor I of Russia, 17th century. Artist: Russian Master

Portrait of Tsar Feodor I of Russia, 17th century. The son of Ivan the Terrible, Feodor I (1557-1598) was Tsar of Russia from 1584 until his death. A simple, pious man, he left much of the affairs of government to his brother-in-law, Boris Godunov, who was de facto regent from c1585 and succeeded him as tsar. Found in the collection of the State Regional I Pozhalostin Art Museum, Ryazan, Russia

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'Joseph and Potiphar's Wife', c1626. Artist: Guido Reni

'Joseph and Potiphar's Wife', c1626. A scene from the Old Testament. Joseph, after being sold into slavery by his brothers, is taken to Egypt where he becomes head of the household of Potiphar, captain of the palace guard. Potiphar's wife invites Joseph to bed, an invitation which he refuses, pointing to his integrity. Enraged, she falsely accuses Joseph of attemting to rape her, and Potiphar has him imprisoned. In prison, Joseph comes to the Pharaoh's attention because of his ability to interpret the dreams of other prisoners. Found in the collection of the State A Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, Moscow

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