THE EMPRESS OF ART: Catherine the Great and the Transformation of Russia
A self-proclaimed "glutton for art," Catherine the Great created the world-class Hermitage Museum, filling it with marvels from antiquity, Rembrandts, and other masterpieces. Her involvement in the expansion of St. Petersburg and the magnificent architectural wonder that city became furthered her artistic influence. 24 pages of color illus.
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