State Russian Museum
Coastal Calm, Ivan Konstantinovich Aivazovsky
Sveaborg, Ivan Konstantinovich Aivazovsky
The Russian Squadron on the Sebastopol Roads, Ivan Konstantinovich Aivazovsky
Brig "Mercury" after a victory over Two Turkish Ships, Ivan Konstantinovich Aivazovsky
Windmills on the Morya, Ivan Konstantinovich Aivazovsky
Large raid in Kronstadt, Ivan Konstantinovich Aivazovsky
The Major Makes a Proposal (Inspecting a Bride in a Merchant's House), Pavel Andreyevich Fedotov
Shrovetide , Maslenitsa, Boris Kustodiev
Merchant's Wife at Tea , Boris Kustodiev
Last Day of Pompei, Karl Pavlovich Bryullov
Portrait of Princess Elezabeta Pavlovna Saltykova, Karl Pavlovich Bryullov
Self Portrait, Kazimir Malevich
Self-Portrait, Kazimir Malevich
Girl's Head, Kazimir Malevich
Head of a Peasant, Kazimir Malevich
Head, Kazimir Malevich
On Vacation, Kazimir Malevich
Unemployed Girl, Kazimir Malevich
Reaper, Kazimir Malevich
Princess Yuliya Pavlovna Samoilova Leaving a Ball with Adopted Daughter Amacilia Pacini, Karl Pavlovich Bryullov
Winter, Alexei Kondratyevich Savrasov
Portrait of an unknown woman with a Locket at her Waist , Jean-Louis Voille
Ivan Perfilevich Elagin (1725-1794), Jean-Louis Voille
Paul I, Jean-Louis Voille
Countess Anna Stepanovna Protasova, Jean-Louis Voille
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The State Russian Museum (formerly the Russian Museum of His Imperial Majesty Alexander III) is the largest depository of Russian fine art in Saint Petersburg.
The museum was established on April 13, 1895, upon enthronement of Nicholas II to commemorate his father, Alexander III. Its original collection was composed of artworks taken from the Hermitage Museum, Alexander Palace, and the Imperial Academy of Arts. After the Russian Revolution of 1917, many private collections were nationalized and relocated to the Russian Museum. These included Kazimir Malevich's Black Square.
The main building of the museum is the Mikhailovsky Palace, a splendid Neoclassical residence of Grand Duke Michael Pavlovich, erected in 1819-25 to a design by Carlo Rossi on Square of Arts in St Petersburg. Upon the death of the Grand Duke the residence was named after his wife as the Palace of the Grand Duchess Elena Pavlovna, and became famous for its many theatrical presentations and balls.
Some of the halls of the palace retain the Italianate opulent interiors of the former imperial residence. Other buildings assigned to the Russian museum include the Summer Palace of Peter I (1710–14), the Marble Palace of Count Orlov (1768–85), St Michael's Castle of Emperor Paul (1797–1801), and the Rastrelliesque Stroganov Palace on the Nevsky Prospekt (1752–54).
The Russian Museum of Ethnography.
The Ethnographic Department was originally set up in a building specially designed by Vladimir Svinyin in 1902. The museum soon housed gifts received by Emperor's family from representatives of peoples inhabiting various regions of the Russian Empire. Further exhibits were purchased by Nicholas II and other members of his family as State financing was not enough to purchase new exhibits. In 1934, the Ethnographic Department was given the status of an independent museum: the Russian Museum of Ethnography.
The city of Málaga, home to thousands of Russian expats, has signed an agreement to host the first overseas branch of the State Russian Museum. Works displayed in Malaga will range from Byzantine-inspired icons to social realism of the Soviet era. They will be on display in 2,300 square metres (2,750 square yards) of exhibition space in La Tabacalera, a 1920s tobacco factory. The new museum is scheduled to open in early 2015.  
Collections of the Russian Museum
Art Culture Museum
Fine Art of Leningrad
Italianate opulent interiors, Russian Museum, Russia.
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"Russian museum to open €5m branch in Spain".