The article is devoted to the history of collection of French painting of N.B.Yusupov, his relationships with Parisian art market and modern French painters.
The collection of articles is devoted to different aspects of art collecting and art market in France at the end of the 18th - beginning of the 19th centuries.
This article explores the sociocultural situation of the Petersburg Cooperative of Artists (Artel) and the Peredvizhniki and in doing so interprets the nature of Russian realist (in many respects, populist) art through the prism of the new reality artists of the time faced: the commodification of art and the commercialization of art’s circulation and distribution.
The article concerns the relations between the prince of Nikolai Borisovich Yusupov (1750-1830) and the leading parisian dealer of the epoch Jean-Baptiste Le Brun.
The article concerns Italian painters in the collection of Nikolai B.Yusupov and hisrelations with the european art market in Rome and Paris.