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This book contains approximately 500 color illustrations presenting reproductions of art works, photographic views of the rooms and buildings, as well as photographs that introduce the reader to the history of the Hermitage Museum.

This book contains approximately 500 color illustrations presenting reproductions of art works, photographic views of the rooms and buildings, as well as photographs that introduce the reader to the history of the Hermitage Museum. Danae: The Fate of Rembrandt's Masterpiece".

The Hermitage an A to Z of Art. 820. Phillips Catherine, Livshits Leah. The History of the Buildings and Collections. Great Escapes South America. Добровольский Владимир.

History of the Hermitage Museum. The Announcement of the Hermitage and the Winter Palace to be State Museums. The Transfer of Works of Art from Museums and Nationalized Private Collections. Numerous works of art and world-renowned cultural relics entered the Hermitage collection.

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Today, the Hermitage Museum encompasses many buildings on the Palace Embankment and its neighbourhoods. The collection of classical antiquities occupies most of the ground floor of the Old and New Hermitage buildings. Apart from the Small Hermitage, the museum now also includes the "Old Hermitage" (also called "Large Hermitage"), the "New Hermitage", the "Hermitage Theatre", and the "Winter Palace", the former main residence of the Russian tsars. The interiors of the ground floor were designed by German architect Leo von Klenze in the Greek revival style in the early 1850s, using painted polished stucco and columns of natural marble and granite.

Other buildings feature art collections from all around the world, purchased by the members of Russian Imperial family .

Other buildings feature art collections from all around the world, purchased by the members of Russian Imperial family between 18th and 20th century. Room of coins and metals, New Hermitage, Source: ww. rthermitage. Some of the most famous and acclaimed artists featured in numerous Hermitage collections are Titian, Tintoretto, Velasquez, Michelangelo, El Greco, Goya, Rubens, Rembrandt, Monet, Van Gogh, Renoir, Gaugin, Cezanne, Degas, Picasso, Da Vinci, Kadinsky, Malevich and many more.