Portrait of prince N. B. Yusupov with his hound.

Johann Baptist Lampi I (1751—1830), Jacob Philipp Hackert (1737—1807).
Oil on canvas. 61 × 58 cm.
Inv. No. ГЭ 5766.

Saint Petersburg, The State Hermitage Museum

Origin:
The picture was written under the order of prince N. B. Yusupov between 1782 and 1789,
originally it was contained in the palace on Fontanka, Saint Petersburg;
then in the Moscow house;
before 1850 — it was transported to the palace on Moika, Saint Petersburg;
1919—1924 — in the Palace-Museum of the Yusupovs, Petrograd.
Credits:
© Photo, text: Antichnoe nasledie v iskusstve Zapadnoi Evropy. Katalog vystavki. s. 75 cat. No. 65.
© 2004 — Gosudarstvennyi Ermitazh, Sankt-Peterburg.
© 2004 — AO “Slaviya”, Sankt-Peterburg.
© 2004 — OOO “Kompaniya “Bazovyi element”, Moskva.
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