The exhibition presents the articles of the Prince Yusupov Porcelain Factory from the collection of the Russian Museum: sets, beakers with the portraits of the prince, Nikolai I and Empress Maria Fyodorovna, plats with the image of flowers and fruits and another articles, with the paintwork made from the famous engravings and paintings by the European artists. These unique works painted by the serf painters who were educated by the French specialists, are distinguished by the distinctive style of paintwork and decorum. The splendid Yusupov porcelain of 1810 – 1830s was not intended for sail and was presented to the friends and guests of N. Yusupov and also to the members of Emperor’s family.
The exhibition runds from 11 November 2010 - May 2011 at the Stroganov Palace in St. Petersburg.
© The State Russian Museum. 26 March, 2011