Portrait of Mikhail Nikolaevich Ryleev (1771-1831) (1st)

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  Dow, George  (English artist, 1781-1829).    
Portrait of Mikhail Nikolaevich Ryleev (1771-1831) (1st) [Izomaterial]. - Electron. Dan. (233 Kb). - (St. Petersburg: The State Hermitage, 2003). - 1 file: color. - Portrait. Canvas, oil. 70x62,5 cm. 1824 - 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 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. Ryleev, Mikhail Nikolaevich (1771 - 1831) - 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, the chief of the Koporsky Infantry Regiment, commanded the Smolensk Infantry Regiment and the 1st Brigade of the 12th Infantry Division in the 7th Infantry Corps of the 2nd Western Army. In the battle of Saltanovka, he was severely wounded with grape shot in his left leg and was out of action for a year and a half. December 16, 1812 promoted to the rank of Major-General. - MN Ryleev's biography, see: The Big Biographical Encyclopedia, article "Rileyev, Mikhail Nikolaevich", (P. Maikov) ; Wikipedia - the free encyclopedia, article" Rileyev, Mikhail Nikolayevich ". - 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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