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Images Dated 16th March 2011

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Konstantin Stanislavsky, Russian actor ant theatre director, c1890-c1900. Artist: William Andreevich Carrick Featured 16 Mar 2011 Print

Konstantin Stanislavsky, Russian actor ant theatre director, c1890-c1900. Artist: William Andreevich Carrick

Konstantin Stanislavsky, Russian actor ant theatre director, c1890-c1900. Stanislavski (1863-1938) co-founded the Moscow Art Theatre with Vladimir Nemirovich-Danchenko in 1898. His method of acting was hugely influential and has remained central in the training of mainstream European and American performance. Found in the collection of the Museum of the Moscow Art Theatre

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Count Sergey Volkonsky, Russian soldier and Decembrist rebel, Irkutsk, Siberia, Russia, 1845. Artist: Alfred Davignon Featured 16 Mar 2011 Print

Count Sergey Volkonsky, Russian soldier and Decembrist rebel, Irkutsk, Siberia, Russia, 1845. Artist: Alfred Davignon

Count Sergey Volkonsky, Russian soldier and Decembrist rebel, Irkutsk, Siberia, Russia, 1845. A Major-General in the Russian army, Volkonsky (1788-1865) was one of the leaders of the Decembrist revolt in 1825 in which army officers rebelled against the succession of Tsar Nicholas I following the death of Alexander I. The uprising failed and Volkonsky was exiled to Siberia. From a private collection

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George Sand, French author, 1864. Artist: Nadar Featured 16 Mar 2011 Print

George Sand, French author, 1864. Artist: Nadar

George Sand, French author, 1864. (1804-1876), 1864. Portrait of Amandine Aurore Lucie Dupin whose pen-name was George Sand (1804-1876). Married at 18, after nine years she left her husband Baron Dudevant and went to Paris with their two children. A member of the Bohemian artistic circle, Sand took a number of lovers including Jules Sandeau, Prosper Merimee, Lamenais and Pierre Leroux. Her most famous relationship was that with Chopin which lasted 10 years. From 1848 she lived at Nohant in Berri, France, a property she inherited from her grandmother. From a private collection

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