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Empress Catherine the great. painted by Dmitri Levitski, the Empress  directs his imperial sceptre towards the Crown, Orb and bust of the Emperor Peter the great. The painters famous and anonymous created multiple copies of these portraits, which were hung in official residences of provincial governors, as well as education and social institutions that were under the patronage of the Empress. This portrait of  three meters was given in 1788 the British Adviser to the Empress.

Empress Catherine the great. painted by Dmitri Levitski, the Empress directs his imperial sceptre towards the Crown, Orb and bust of the Emperor Peter the great. The painters famous and anonymous created multiple copies of these portraits, which were hung in official residences of provincial governors, as well as education and social institutions that were under the patronage of the Empress. This portrait of three meters was given in 1788 the British Adviser to the Empress.

Recognized worldwide as a noteworthy historical figure, Catherine the Great was one of the most prominent rulers of Russia and a figure deserving of admiration. During her rule from 1762 to 1796 the Russian Empress Catherine II made such progress in political power that it is hard to find similar examples in world history.

Recognized worldwide as a noteworthy historical figure, Catherine the Great was one of the most prominent rulers of Russia and a figure deserving of admiration. During her rule from 1762 to 1796 the Russian Empress Catherine II made such progress in political power that it is hard to find similar examples in world history.

Empress Catherine the Great of Rrussia wearing the diamond coronation crown, the Great Imperial Crown of Russia

Empress Catherine the Great of Rrussia wearing the diamond coronation crown, the Great Imperial Crown of Russia

Catherine the Great in Coronation gown made of silver silk, with lace sleeves and a lace bertha around the neckline.  Embroidered golden eagles serve as the repeated pattern throughout with ermine trim at the hem.  The blue sash, worn from the right shoulder to the waist, represents the Order of St. Andrew the First Called and is principally bestowed upon the royal family.

Catherine the Great in Coronation gown made of silver silk, with lace sleeves and a lace bertha around the neckline. Embroidered golden eagles serve as the repeated pattern throughout with ermine trim at the hem. The blue sash, worn from the right shoulder to the waist, represents the Order of St. Andrew the First Called and is principally bestowed upon the royal family.