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Women in Nineteenth-Century Russia

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Wendy Rosslyn
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Alessandra Tosi

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1Fig. 1 Marie Louise Elisabeth Vigée-Lebrun, Self-portrait, 1800. 92

2Oil on canvas, 78.5 x 68 cm. Inv. no. GE-7586

3The State Hermitage Museum, St Petersburg.

4Photograph © The State Hermitage Museum

5Photo by Vladimir Terebenin, Leonard Kheifets,

6Yuri Molodkovets.

7Fig. 2 Grand Duchess Maria Fedorovna, three Imperial buttons, 1790. Drawings in graphite on vellum, mounted in gold frames. Lot no. 424, The Russian Sale, Sotheby’s, London, 1 December 2004. Photograph courtesy of Sotheby’s. 95

8Fig. 3 Grand Duchess Maria Fedorovna, three Imperial buttons, 1790 (detail of fig. 2). 96

9Fig. 4 Ekaterina Khilkova, The Interior of the Women’s Department of the St Petersburg Drawing School for Auditors, 1855. 99

10Oil on canvas, 73 x 89 cm

11State Russian Museum, St Petersburg.

12Fig. 5 Christina Robertson, Portrait of Grand Duchess Maria Nikolaevna, 1841. Oil on canvas, 249 x 151 cm. 100

13Inv. no. GE-4784. The State Hermitage Museum, St Petersburg.

14Photograph © The State Hermitage Museum.

15Photo by Vladimir Terebenin, Leonard Kheifets,

16Yuri Molodkovets.

17Fig. 6 The dynamics of rape, 1834–1893 212

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