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Alexander Pavlovich Collection

"Remembering Emperor Alexander I: A Visionary Leader and Compassionate Ruler" Emperor Alexander I (1777-1825) was a prominent figure in history

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Alexander Pavlovich Collection: Portrait of Emperor Alexander I (1777-1825)
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Alexander Pavlovich Collection: Portrait of Emperor Alexander I (1777-1825)
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Alexander Pavlovich Collection: Portrait of Emperor Alexander I (1777-1825), c. 1810. Creator: Anonymous
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Alexander Pavlovich Collection: Genius of Alexander I, 1814. Creator: Vigee Le Brun, Louise Elisabeth (1755-1842)
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Alexander Pavlovich Collection: Emperor Alexander I helps a needy person, 1820. Creator: Hampeln, Carl, von (1794-after 1880)
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Alexander Pavlovich Collection: The great feast of the three allied monarchs at Teplitz (Teplice) on 2 September 1813
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Alexander Pavlovich Collection: Reception of the Emperor Alexander at Memel by their majesties Frederick William
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Alexander Pavlovich Collection: Tsar Alexander I and Russian officers, 1815. Artist: Finert (Finart), Noel Dieudonné
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Alexander Pavlovich Collection: Emperor Alexander I and his entourage passed through the Vosges mountains in July 1815, 1825
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Alexander Pavlovich Collection: Near the ashes of Frederick the Great. Tsar Alexander I, King Frederick William III
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Alexander Pavlovich Collection: Portrait of Emperor Alexander I (1777-1825), 1819. Artist: Anonymous
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Alexander Pavlovich Collection: Tsar Alexander I and King Frederick William III before the troops, ca 1813. Artist
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Alexander Pavlovich Collection: Last Minutes of Emperor Alexander Is Stay in St Petersburg on 1 September 1825, after 1825
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Alexander Pavlovich Collection: The Entry of the Emperor Alexander I into Paris, 1814, 1897
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Alexander Pavlovich Collection: View of Taganrog on the day of the death of Emperor Alexander I on November 19, 1825, c
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Alexander Pavlovich Collection: Portrait of Marie-Therese Bourgoin (1781-1833), mistress to Emperor Alexander I, ca 1809
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Alexander Pavlovich Collection: Meeting of the Emperor of Russia, the King of Prussia and the Crown Prince of Sweden, 1813
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Alexander Pavlovich Collection: Portrait of Emperor Alexander I (1777-1825), 1820s
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Alexander Pavlovich Collection: Portrait of Alexander I as a Child
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Alexander Pavlovich Collection: The Ivan the Great Bell Tower on Coronation Day, Early 19th century. Artist: Anonymous
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Alexander Pavlovich Collection: The Allegory of the Peace of Europe, 1814. Artist: Cardelli, Salvatore (active 1800s)
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Alexander Pavlovich Collection: Portrait of Emperor Alexander I (1777-1825), 1805. Artist: Bossi, Johann Dominik (Domenico) (1767)
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Alexander Pavlovich Collection: Portrait of Grand Duke Alexander Pavlovich (Alexander I) as Child. Artist: Lampi, Johann-Baptist von
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Alexander Pavlovich Collection: Alexander I of Russia accompanied by his staff. Artist: Anonymous
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Alexander Pavlovich Collection: Portrait of Grand Duke Alexander Pavlovich of Russia. Artist: Ritt, Augustin Christian (1765-1799)
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Alexander Pavlovich Collection: Prince Regent, William III of Prussia, Alexander I, General Blucher
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Alexander Pavlovich Collection: The visit of Napoleon and Alexander I to the battlefield of Jena, 1808. Artist: Geissler
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Alexander Pavlovich Collection: Portrait of Emperor Alexander I (1777-1825), 1809. Artist: Shchukin, Stepan Semyonovich (1762-1828)
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Alexander Pavlovich Collection: Portrait of Emperor Alexander I (1777-1825). Artist: Anonymous
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Alexander Pavlovich Collection: Alexander I as God Rodomysl, 1816-1834. Artist: Tolstoy, Fyodor Petrovich (1783-1873)
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Alexander Pavlovich Collection: The death of Alexander I of Russia in Taganrog on 19 November 1825, 1828. Artist: Anonymous
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Alexander Pavlovich Collection: Allegory on the accession to the throne of Emperor Alexander I
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Alexander Pavlovich Collection: Emperor Alexander I in the courtyard of the Talleyrands house in Paris
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Alexander Pavlovich Collection: Emperor Alexander I in the studio of George Dawe in the Winter Palace
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Alexander Pavlovich Collection: Portrait of Emperor Alexander I (1777-1825), 1825. Artist: Nieuwhoff, Walraad (1790-1837)
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Alexander Pavlovich Collection: Portrait of Grand Dukes Alexander Pavlovich and Constantine Pavlovich of Russia, 1797
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Alexander Pavlovich Collection: Meeting of Napoleon and Alexander I, 1808. Artist: Anonymous
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Alexander Pavlovich Collection: The Meeting Between Luise of Prussia and the Crown Prince Alexander of Russia in Memel, 1805
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Alexander Pavlovich Collection: Portrait of Maria Antonovna Naryshkina, 1807. Artist: Grassi, Jozef (1757-1838)


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"Remembering Emperor Alexander I: A Visionary Leader and Compassionate Ruler" Emperor Alexander I (1777-1825) was a prominent figure in history, known for his remarkable leadership and benevolent nature. His portrait, painted by various artists such as Vigee Le Brun and anonymous creators, captures the essence of his regal presence. In 1814, the painting "Genius of Alexander I" showcases his intellectual prowess and strategic brilliance. This genius was not limited to military tactics; it extended to compassion as well. In a heartwarming depiction from 1820, Emperor Alexander is seen helping a needy person, highlighting his commitment to improving the lives of those less fortunate. The great feast at Teplitz in 1813 brought together three allied monarchs, including Emperor Alexander I. This gathering symbolized unity and cooperation during challenging times. Similarly, when he arrived at Memel in 1815, Tsar Alexander was warmly received by King Frederick William III—an image that exemplifies diplomatic relations between nations. During his reign, Emperor Alexander ventured through the Vosges mountains in July 1815 with his entourage—a testament to his adventurous spirit and desire to connect with different regions within Russia's vast empire. One poignant moment occurred near the ashes of Frederick the Great when Tsar Alexander paid homage alongside King Frederick William III. It showcased their mutual respect for historical figures who shaped their countries' destinies. In another portrait from 1819, we see Emperor Alexander's dignified countenance captured once again—an everlasting reminder of his influential role during this era. Lastly, an artwork depicting Tsar Alexander I standing before troops alongside King Frederick William III encapsulates their shared determination during tumultuous times—showcasing their unwavering commitment towards protecting their people and preserving peace. Emperor Alexander I left an indelible mark on history through both grand gestures and small acts of kindness.