Portrait of Ivan Andreevich Argamakov (1775-1821)

  Dow, George  (English artist, 1781-1829).    
Portrait of Ivan Andreevich Argamakov (1775-1821) [Izomaterial]. - Electron. Dan. (242 Kb). - (St. Petersburg: The State Hermitage, 2003). - 1 file: color. - Portrait. Canvas, oil. 70x62,5 cm. Not later than 1828 - Electronic reproduction of a painting from the 1812 Military Gallery of the State Hermitage, St. Petersburg. Photographers: NN Antonova, Yu. A. Molodkovets, IE Regentova. - The portrait of the belt, the turn of the face 1/3 to the left, in the general 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. Argamakov, Ivan Andreevich (1775 - 1821) - 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, the Colonel, commander of the Zhitomir Dragoon Regiment, as part of the 3rd Observational Army, took part in battles against the Austro-Saxon troops in the territory of the Volyn province, in October, in the forefront of the Third Western Army, distinguished himself in the defeat of the detachment of Polish General FK Kosetsky at Kaidanova (awarded the Order of St. George of the 4th degree). Then he took part in the capture of Minsk and Borisov, in battles on the river. Berezina, in pursuit of the enemy to the border and again distinguished himself under Vilna. - Biography IA Argamakova, see: Big Biographical Encyclopedia, article "Argamakov, Ivan Andreevich" ; Wikipedia - the free encyclopedia, article" Argamakov, Ivan Andreevich ". - 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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