Miniatures of Russian ladies, many of them of the Imperial family. Early 19th c. Painted by French artist Jean-Henri Benner (1776-1836).

Grand Duchess Anna Pavlovna, daughter of Tsar Paul I and princess of Orange
Grand Duchess Anna Pavlovna, daughter of Tsar Paul I and princess of Orange (1795-1865). 1820. Brass frame under glass. Attributed to Benner. Image © Paris Enchères – Collin du Bocage. Fair use license. via http://encheres.parisencheres.com/lot/93485/9605535
Portrait of Empress Elizabeth Alexeievna, wife of Tsar Alexander I. 1817.
Portrait of Empress Elizabeth Alexeievna, wife of Tsar Alexander I. 1817. Collection of the Hermitage, Saint Petersburg. In the public domain in the United States because the artist has been dead over 70 years. via https://www.gogmsite.net/russian-style-in-the-french/subalbum-tsaritsa-elizabeth/1817-empress-elizaveta.html
Miniature of Ekaterina Alexseevna Uvarova (1783-1849). 1817.
Miniature of Ekaterina Alexseevna Uvarova (1783-1849). 1817. Collection of the State Historical Museum, Moscow. In the public domain in the United States because the artist has been dead over 70 years. via
Benner, Maria Fedorovna portrait, 1821
Miniature of Maria Feodorovna, wife of Tsar Paul I. 1821. Gouche and watercolor. Pavlosk Museum collection. In the public domain due to age. via http://mariafedorovna.blogspot.com/2015/05/
Miniature of Grand Duchess Ekaterina Pavlovna, daughter of Tsar Paul I. Later Queen of Württemberg (1788-1819). ca. 1821.
Miniature of Grand Duchess Ekaterina Pavlovna, daughter of Tsar Paul I. Later Queen of Württemberg (1788-1819). ca. 1821. Watercolour and bodycolour on paper, laid on metal with a gilt-metal mount. inscribed “22 Katharina Pavlowna” in Cyrillic on the back. Image © Sotheby’s and lotsearch.net. Fair use license. via https://www.lotsearch.net/lot/henri-benner-portrait-of-grand-duchess-ekaterina-palvovna-of-russia-queen-42152123
Miniature of Princess Zinaide Wolkonsky
Miniature of Princess Zinaide Wolkonsky, née Beloselsky-Belozersky (1792-1862). Signed and dated “Benner./1816” at the center right. Inscribed “Princesse/Wolkonsky./Donne a Roga/Psse Belosselsky-/Bielosersky” on the back. 1816. Coloured pencil and watercolour, heightened with white, on card stretched over metal. Image © M. S. Rau Antiques and lotsearch.net. Fair use license. via https://www.lotsearch.net/lot/henri-benner-1776-1829-24888582

Imperial Russia. Watercolors of something that seems only dreamt up but once was real. These by Russian watercolorist Vasily Sadovnikov (1800-1879), who was a leading Russian master of perspective painting.

Room in the house of the princes Golitsyn. 1845.
Room in the house of the princes Golitsyn. 1845. Private collection. In the public domain due to age. via https://arthive.com/artists/1921~Vasily_Semenovich_Sadovnikov/works/13728~The_interior_room_in_the_house_of_the_princes_Golitsynyh
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“Nicholas Hall” from the album “Interiors of the Winter Palace.” 1857. Collection of the Hermitage Museum, Saint Petersburg. In the public domain due to age. via https://www.arthermitage.org/Vasily-Semyonovich-Sadovnikov/Interiors-of-the-Winter-Palace-The-Nicholas-Hall.html
The Field Marshal's Hall of the Winter Palace. 1852.
The Field Marshal’s Hall of the Winter Palace. 1852. In the public domain due to age. via https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Field_Marshal%27s_Hall,_Sadovnikov.jpg
"Arch of the General Staff building." 1830s.
“Arch of the General Staff building.” 1830s. Image courtesy staratel.com. In the public domain due to age. via https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Sadovnikiov_Arch_of_General_Stuff_Building_1830s.jpg

Rooms to get to try to live up to. Watercolors of various rooms in the Winter Palace, Saint Petersburg, Russia. 1850-late 1870s. Painted by Russian artist Eduard Gau at the decree of the tsar.

The Peter HallI, from the series Interiors of the Winter Palace.1850's. Russian. Watercolor. Edward Petrovich Gau, artist(1807-1887). via englishrussia.com.
“Peter the Great Memorial Hall/ the Small Throne Room,” from the album “Interiors of the Winter Palace.” 1863. Russian. Watercolor. Eduard Hau, artist (1807-1888). Collection of the Hermitage Museum, Saint Petersburg. In the public domain due to age. via http://godsandfoolishgrandeur.blogspot.com/2014/02/the-small-throne-room-in-winter-palace.html
Bedroom in the second reserved apartment, from the series Interiors of the Winter Palace.1850's. Russian. Watercolor. Edward Petrovich Gau, artist(1807-1887). via englishrussia.com.
Bedroom in the second reserved apartment of the Winter Palace, bedroom of the future tsar Alexander III from approximately 1852 till 1866 when he married and moved.1874. Russian. Watercolor. Edward Petrovich Gau, artist(1807-1887). In the public domain due to age. via http://winterpalaceresearch.blogspot.com/2016/07/
"The Picket Room" from the series "Interiors of the Winter Palace." 1865.
“The Picket Room” from the series “Interiors of the Winter Palace.” 1865. Russian. Watercolor. Eduard Hau, artist (1807-1888). Collection of the Hermitage Museum, Saint Petersburg. In the public domain in the United States because the artist has been dead over 70 years. via https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Hau._Interiors_of_the_Winter_Palace._The_Picket_Room.jpg

What you get if your sister is the tsarina. Watercolors of various rooms in the city residence of Grand Duke Sergei and his wife Elizabeth Feodorovna. From the album “Views of the Church, Residential and Residence of Grand Duke Sergei and Grand Duchess Ella, Moscow.” 1902 and 1905. Russian. Ignatius Nivinsky, artist (1881-1915). One by V. P. Trofimov. Collections of the State Historical Museum, Moscow.

Salon of Grand Duchess Ella. 1902.
“Salon of Grand Duchess Ella.” from the album “Views of the Church, Residential and Residence of Grand Duke Sergei and Grand Duchess Ella, Moscow.” 1902. Watercolor. Ignatius Nivinsky, artist (1881-1915). Image © State Historical Museum, Moscow. Fair use license. via http://catalog.shm.ru/entity/OBJECT/5602227?exhibition=589645364&index=73
"Dressing room of Grand Duke Sergei," from the album "Views of the Church, Residential and Residence of Grand Duke Sergei and Grand Duchess Ella, Moscow." 1902.
“Dressing room of Grand Duke Sergei,” from the album “Views of the Church, Residential and Residence of Grand Duke Sergei and Grand Duchess Ella, Moscow.” 1902. Watercolor. Ignatius Nivinsky, artist (1881-1915). Image © State Historical Museum, Moscow. Fair use license. via http://catalog.shm.ru/entity/OBJECT/5602229?exhibition=589645364&index=98
"View from the white lounge towards the ballroom," from the album "Views of the Church, Residential and Residence of Grand Duke Sergei and Grand Duchess Ella, Moscow." 1905.
“View from the white lounge towards the ballroom,” from the album “Views of the Church, Residential and Residence of Grand Duke Sergei and Grand Duchess Ella, Moscow.” 1905. Watercolor. Ignatius Nivinsky, artist. Collection of the State Historical Museum, Moscow. via https://artchive.ru/news/2287~Na_dache_Jusupovykh_i_v_spal%27ne_imperatritsy_inter%27er_v_russkoj_grafike_predstavili_v_muzee
"Study of Grand Duke Sergei" from the album "Views of the Church, Residential and Residence of Grand Duke Sergei and Grand Duchess Ella, Moscow." 1905.
“Study of Grand Duke Sergei” from the album “Views of the Church, Residential and Residence of Grand Duke Sergei and Grand Duchess Ella, Moscow.” 1905. Watercolor. Ignatius Nivinsky, artist. Collection of the State Historical Museum, Moscow. Fair use license. via http://winterpalaceresearch.blogspot.com/2018/10/album-of-interiors-of-grand-duke-sergei.html
"White drawing room with a portrait of Emperor Nicholas II," from the album "Views of the Church, Residential and Residence of Grand Duke Sergei and Grand Duchess Ella, Moscow." Early 19th c.
“White drawing room with a portrait of Emperor Nicholas II,” from the album “Views of the Church, Residential and Residence of Grand Duke Sergei and Grand Duchess Ella, Moscow.” Early 19th c. V. P. Trofimov, artist (1878-1956). Image © State Historical Museum, Moscow. Fair use license. via http://catalog.shm.ru/entity/OBJECT/5602234?exhibition=589645364&index=66

How to live if you are (almost) the tsar. Watercolors of various rooms in the city residence of Grand Duke Sergei and his wife Elizabeth Feodorovna. From the album “Views of the Church, Residential and Residence of Grand Duke Sergei and Grand Duchess Ella, Moscow.” 1902. Russian. Ignatius Nivinsky, artist (1881-1915). Collections of the State Historical Museum, Moscow.

Ceremonial office of Grand Duke Sergei. 1902.
“Ceremonial office of Grand Duke Sergei,” from the album “Views of the Church, Residential and Residence of Grand Duke Sergei and Grand Duchess Ella, Moscow.” 1902. Watercolor. Ignatius Nivinsky, artist (1881-1915). Image © State Historical Museum, Moscow. Fair use license. via http://catalog.shm.ru/entity/OBJECT/5602235?exhibition=589645364&index=76
Red drawing room with a portrait of Emperor Alexander I,
“Red drawing room with a portrait of Emperor Alexander I,” from the album “Views of the Church, Residential and Residence of Grand Duke Sergei and Grand Duchess Ella, Moscow.” Early 1900’s. Watercolor. G. I. Golov, artist (1885-1918). Image © State Historical Museum, Moscow. Fair use license. via http://catalog.shm.ru/entity/OBJECT/5602232?exhibition=589645364&index=65
Boudoir of Grand Duchess Elizabeth Feodorovna.
“Boudoir of Grand Duchess Elizabeth Feodorovna,” from the album “Views of the Church, Residential and Residence of Grand Duke Sergei and Grand Duchess Ella, Moscow.” 1902. Watercolor. Ignatius Nivinsky, artist (1881-1915). Image © State Historical Museum, Moscow. Fair use license. via http://catalog.shm.ru/entity/OBJECT/5602224?exhibition=589645364&index=97
"House church.
“House church.” from the album “Views of the Church, Residential and Residence of Grand Duke Sergei and Grand Duchess Ella, Moscow.” 1905. Watercolor. Ignatius Nivinsky, artist. Collection of the State Historical Museum, Moscow. Fair use license. via https://hitrovka.livejournal.com/133918.html