Antique Portrait of Russian Count Orlov circa 1850s - Stock image

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Stock photo ID:184978804
Upload date:October 15, 2013

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'This vintage engraving depicts the portrait of Russian Count Alexey Fyodorochiv Orlov (or Orloff, 1787 - 1862). He was a noted military commander during the Napoleonic Wars and Turkish War, and later a diplomat. At one point he was in charge of the secret police. He eventually rose to the dignity of Prince. Engraved by D.J. Pound (died 1877) after the painting by Franz Kruger (1797 - 1857), the portrait was published in an 1859 history of the Russian Empire and is now in the public domain. Digital Restoration by Steven Wynn Photography.'
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