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Images Dated 30th March 2010

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Choose from 63 pictures in our Images Dated 30th March 2010 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.


Helena Blavatsky, Russian author and founder of Theosophy, 1889. Artist: Anon Featured 30 Mar 2010 Print

Helena Blavatsky, Russian author and founder of Theosophy, 1889. Artist: Anon

Helena Blavatsky, Russian author and founder of Theosophy, 1889. Helena Blavatsky, Russian author and founder of Theosophy, 1889. Helena Blavatsky (nee Hahn) (1831-1891) emigrated from Russia to New York in 1873. Two years later she co-founded the Theosophical Society with Henry Olcott and William Quan Judge. Theosophy is a mystical religious doctrine that postulates that all religions are attempts by a 'Spiritual Hierarchy' to assist humanity to evolve to a state of greater perfection, and that each individual religion therefore posseses a part of the overall truth

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Peter Tchaikovsky, Russian composer, 19th century. Artist: Michail Michailovich Panov Featured 30 Mar 2010 Print

Peter Tchaikovsky, Russian composer, 19th century. Artist: Michail Michailovich Panov

Peter Tchaikovsky, Russian composer, 19th century. Tchaikovsky (1840-1893) wrote music across a broad range of genres. Amongst his best known and most popular works are the ballets 'Swan Lake', 'The Sleeping Beauty' and 'The Nutcracker', the '1812 Overture', his First Piano Concerto, his last three numbered symphonies, and the opera 'Eugene Onegin'. Found in the collection of the State PI Tchaikovsky Memorial Museum, Klin

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Anatoly Lunacharsky, Soviet politician, early 1930s. Artist: Unknown Featured 30 Mar 2010 Print

Anatoly Lunacharsky, Soviet politician, early 1930s. Artist: Unknown

Anatoly Lunacharsky, Soviet politician, early 1930s. Lunacharsky (1875-1933) was appointed Soviet People's Commissar of Enlightenment responsible for culture and education after the Russian Revolution. He held the position until 1929 but was removed as Stalin consolidated his power within the Communist Party. In 1930 Lunachasky represented the Soviet Union at the League of Nations. In 1933 he was appointed Soviet ambassador to Spain, but died in Menton, France on his way to taking up the post. Found in the collection of the Russian State Archive of Literature and Art, Moscow

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