Praskovya Ivanovna Kovaleva-Sheremetevoy, on the stage of Zhemchugova, a wonderful Russian actress, the former serf Count Sheremetev, a woman of rare talent and kindness. Surprising and beautiful is the love
The grandson of the first Russian Count, Peter I’s associate Boris Sheremetev, Count Nikolai Petrovich Sheremetev, after his father’s death inherited enormous possessions: Kuskovo with the serf theater and Ostankino.
Ivan Petrovich Argunov – a well-known portraitist of the second half of the 18th century, who remained serf by the Count Pavel Sheremetev until the end of his life. There
Muravyov, Nikolai Nikolayevich – statesman, adjutant-general, general from the infantry. With honors he took part in the wars of 1812-1814, then served in the Caucasus and took part in military
Count Alexander Matveyevich Dmitriev-Mamonov – one of the favorites of Catherine II. Since childhood he was enrolled in the Izmaylovsky Regiment and, patronized by Prince Potemkin, in 1784 he was
Argunov himself came from the peasant environment, so the main direction of his work can be called the desire to show the dignity and beauty of man, regardless of his