Portrait of Alexander Emanuilovich Peyker (1776-1834)

  Dow, George  (English artist, 1781-1829).    
Portrait of Alexander Emanuilovich Peyker (1776-1834) [Izomaterial]. - Electron. Dan. (235 Kb). - (St. Petersburg: The State Hermitage, 2003). - 1 file: color. - Portrait. Canvas, oil. 70x62,5 cm. Not later than 1827 - Electronic reproduction of a painting from the 1812 Military Gallery of the State Hermitage, St. Petersburg. Photographers: NN Antonova, Yu. A. Molodkovets, IE Regentova. - Portrait of a breastplate, turn of the face 1/3 to the right, in a military uniform. - The image was provided by the State Hermitage (St. Petersburg) for the collections "The Patriotic War of 1812" and "Russia in Faces", without the right to publish in other publications, both print and electronic .
1. Peiker, Alexander Emmanuilovich (1776 - 1834) - Portraits. 2. The State Hermitage. Military Gallery of 1812 (St. Petersburg, city) - Exhibits. 3. Dow, George (1781 - 1829). Portraits. 4. Patriotic War of 1812 (collection). 5. Russia in the faces (collection). 6. Portrait painting.
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In 1812, Colonel, commander of the 2nd Marine Regiment. At the beginning of the campaign in 1812, the regiment was entrusted with the training of the St. Petersburg militia. In early October, the detachment, consisting of the 2nd Marine Regiment and five militia detachments, arrived in Novgorod, where he continued training the Novgorod militia, and then delivered a detachment of Prince PM Volkonsky to Toropets to cover the Moscow road, but was soon sent to reinforcement of the 1 st separate infantry corps, to which he arrived in December. - AE Peiker's biography, see: The Big Biographical Encyclopedia, the article "Peiker, Alexander Emmanuilovich", (I. Marchenko); Wikipedia - the free encyclopedia, article" Peiker, Alexander Emmanuilovich " . - Materials of the Internet project "1812", section "The Military Gallery of the Winter Palace" (prepared for publication by Podmazo AA, 2003) (http://www.museum.ru/museum/1812/Persons/VGZD/index. html).
Electronic copy source: The State Hermitage, St. Petersburg
Location of original material: The State Hermitage, St. Petersburg
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