Watercolors of royal and imperial rooms to make you want to own everything in them. Two that belonged to the last tsar’s mother and the third the sitting room of his mother in law.

Bedroom of Empress Marie Feodorovna, English Palace, Peterhof. 1914. Watercolor. Eugene Baumgarten, artist.
Bedroom of Empress Marie Feodorovna, English Palace, Peterhof. 1914. Watercolor. Eugene Baumgarten, artist. Used as part of an exhibition at the State Historical Museum, Moscow in 2016. Fair use license. via https://arthive.com/news/2287~Na_dache_Jusupovykh_i_v_spal’ne_imperatritsy_inter’er_v_russkoj_grafike_predstavili_v_muzee
Study of Tsesarevna Maria Feodorovna in the Anichkov Palace in Saint Petersburg. Drawing. 1867.
Study of Tsesarevna Maria Feodorovna in the Anichkov Palace in Saint Petersburg. Drawing. 1867. Artist not known. Collection of the Hermitage Museum, Saint Petersburg. Fair use license. via http://docplayer.net/60801790-The-state-hermitage-museum-2013-isbn-editorial-board-executive-group.html
Darmstadt, the Neues Palais: the sitting-room of the Grand Duchess of Hesse.  1878.
Darmstadt, the Neues Palais: the sitting-room of the Grand Duchess of Hesse. 1878. Heinrich Reinhard Kroh, artist (1841-after 1879). Image © Royal Collection Trust. Fair use license. via https://www.rct.uk/collection/920709/darmstadt-the-neues-palais-the-sitting-room-of-the-grand-duchess-of-hesse
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