19th century watercolors of interior spaces that live in the Kremlin Museums of a Russia that is no longer there. Some with people, some not. Two of Russians having fun in Rome that snuck in somehow.

"G. I. Gagarin in Rome." ca. 1830.
“G. I. Gagarin in Rome.” ca. 1830. Paper on paper, watercolor, ink, and bronze paint. Efimov Not, artist (1799-1851). Image © State Historical Museum, Moscow. Fair use license. via https://shm.ru/shows/7583/
"The Count of S. S. Petersburg." 1847.
“The Count of S. S. Petersburg.” 1847. Watercolor on paper with graphite and pen and ink. A. N. Rakovich, artist (1815–1866). Image © State Historical Museum, Moscow. Fair use license. via https://shm.ru/shows/7583/
"Cabinet of V. P. Davidov with artist K. P. Bryullov in Rome." 1835.
“Cabinet of V. P. Davidov with artist K. P. Bryullov in Rome.” 1835. Watercolor on paper, gouache and bronze paint. Efimov Not, artist (1799-1851). Image © State Historical Museum, Moscow. Fair use license. via https://shm.ru/shows/7583/
"Salon in the house of V. F. Marini in Odessa." 1940's.
“Salon in the house of V. F. Marini in Odessa.” 1940’s. Watercolor on paper, pen and ink, bronze paint and varnish. Artist not known. Image © State Historical Museum, Moscow. Fair use license. via https://shm.ru/shows/7583/
"A suite of rooms with a birdcage in the foreground in an unknown mansion." 1830's.
“A suite of rooms with a birdcage in the foreground in an unknown mansion.” 1830’s. Watercolor on paper with varnish. Artist not known. via Image © State Historical Museum, Moscow. Fair use license. via https://shm.ru/shows/7583/
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