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Ice Slopes in Moscow on Neglinnaya Street during Shrove Week. 1795

De La Barthe Gerard,
Oil on canvas
75 x 141

State Russian Museum

Пост. в 1931 из Александровского дворца близ Ленинграда; ранее – Аничков дворец, Санкт-Петербург

Annotation

Depicted on the right is the Kremlin Wall showing the corner and the Middle Arsenal Tower. By the wall is the Neglinnaya River (Neglinka), which later, in 1818–1819, was enclosed in a tube (subsequently Alexander Gardens was established in this spot).

Author's Biography

De La Barthe Gerard

De La Barthe, Gerard (Circa 1730 - ?)
French painter, landscapist. Studied under Joseph-Marie Vien. Worked in Russia (1787–1810). Information on the artist is extremely sketchy. Several publications identify him with his namesake, also a painter who worked in the latter half of the eighteenth century. Painted a series of views of Moscow and its environs in oil and watercolours (1794‒1798) which are well-known thanks to the engravings done by various engravers, first published in Moscow in 1799 by Johann Walser.


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