In the parade portrait, the principles of the West European portrait are combined and the figures of stiffness, stiffness, and flatness coming from the Russian parsunal letter.
A middle-aged woman is depicted with her hands hanging aside, her head fluttering, against the background of a traditional twisted column with leaves. The artist does not hide her stoop and age. The full-blown decorative colorfulness of this portrait is striking.
Anna Karlovna Vorontsova, nee Skavronska – Countess, the wife of Chancellor Count M. I. Vorontsov. Since 1742 – the State Secretary of the Empress Elizabeth Petrovna, since 1760 – the Ober-Hofmeister. It is depicted in the Order dress of the cavalry lady of the Order of St. Catherine of the Great Cross.