This page represents only a small part of our collection of original Antique prints of Russia. Please click on an image to see it in high-resolution, with details of the work itself. For enquiries and purchases, please do contact us.
Armenia: View of Erzroum (Karin).
Kiakta on the Kiakta River:Panoramic view of the trading post on the Russo-Mongolian border. After Mikhail Makhaev.
Iakoutsk: Panoramic view over the Lena River of the fort at the base of the Stolbi (granite pillars). After Mikhail Makhaev.
Novogorod: Panoramic view of the city from the centre of the Volkhov River.After Mikhail Makhaev.
Neva River:Panoramic view of the river between the Admiralty and the Academy of Sciences.
Bird’s Eye view from St Alexander Nevsky Monastry to the Instiutute of Mines and including the Kremlin. With key.
Azerbaijan: Schamachie (Shrivan): Panorama of the city ceded by Persia to Imperial Russia in 1828.
RARE Armenia: Erevan (Irivan): Bird’s eye view with key of the capital before the earthquake of 1679.
Novgorod: Scarce panorama looking over the Volkhov River towards the Great Bridge and Detinets (Novgorod Kremlin) in c1665. Engraved by Nicholas Witsen.
Ice Hills during Winter Carnival: RARE 350 examples printed with only 50 coloured by hand under the supervision of M.N. Vorobiev.
Winter Palace:Perspective of the exterior at the confluence of the Moika and Neva Rivers.
Nizhny Novgorod: Scarce panorama of the city and Oka river. After the 1647 view of Adam Olearius, secretary to the embassy of the Duke of Holstein. Engraved by Nicholas Witsen.
Moscow Double Panorama: View of the city from the East. View of St Basil’s and the Kremlin.
Tiflis (Tbilisi): Panoramic view of the capital on the Kura river in the South Caucasus.
Moskvoretskaya Embankment: View on the Moskva river between the Kremlin and Yauza River. Showing the Foundling home (Academies of Missile Forces and of Medicine).
Kamchatka: Petropavlossk. View of the settlement, named by Vitus Bering after his ships St Peter and St Paul, with the Resolution and Discovery at anchor. After John Webber, artist on the Third Voyage.