Watercolors of a time that isn’t coming back from 1893 and the other side of the Russian Revolution. Interior of the Yusupov palace in Moscow, Russia, painted by L. M. Brailovsky (1868-1939). Richer than the tsar himself, they were.

Dining room, Yusupov mansion, Moscow. 1893.
Dining room, Yusupov mansion, Moscow. 1893. Russian. Watercolor and gouache on paper. L. M. Brailovsky, artist (1868-1939). https://arhiv-palat.livejournal.com/48437.html
Drawing room, Yusupov mansion, Moscow. 1893.
Drawing room, Yusupov mansion, Moscow. 1893. Russian. Watercolor and gouache on paper. L. M. Brailovsky, artist (1868-1939). via https://arhiv-palat.livejournal.com/48437.html
Interior with black and white floor.
Interior with black and white floor. Yusupov mansion, Moscow. 1893. Russian. Watercolor and gouache on paper. L. M. Brailovsky, artist (1868-1939). https://arhiv-palat.livejournal.com/48437.html
Interior with stove. Yusupov mansion, Moscow. 1893. Russian. Watercolor and gouache on paper. L. M. Brailovsky, artist (1868-1939). see link in word doc
Interior with stove. Yusupov mansion, Moscow. 1893. Russian. Watercolor and gouache on paper. L. M. Brailovsky, artist (1868-1939). https://arhiv-palat.livejournal.com/48437.html
Interior with candelabra. Yusupov mansion, Moscow. 1893. Russian. Watercolor and gouache on paper. L. M. Brailovsky, artist (1868-1939). see link in word doc
Interior with candelabra. Yusupov mansion, Moscow. 1893. Russian. Watercolor and gouache on paper. L. M. Brailovsky, artist (1868-1939). via https://arhiv-palat.livejournal.com/48437.html
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