9 Children of the Russian Empire

Children of the Russian Empire

Posted on June 28, 2012 by team


S. M. Prokudin-Gorsky liked to photograph children though each photo cost 10 rubles, it was a huge amount and the photographer was not rich, but he continued to take photos of kids because he liked them (he himself was a father of four).


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One of his most famous photos taken in Belozyorsk 1909

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9 Responses to “Children of the Russian Empire”

  1. (r)evolutionist says:

    More visual Russian social history I’ve never seen before. My thanks.

  2. Maxim Ч. says:

    Tagiiiiiiiiil!

  3. Maesrobert says:

    Can anyone identify the incredibly massive stone wall on the last photo but one? Wonderful set of photographs.

  4. Ines says:

    Really interesting and pretty.

  5. Maria van Overbeek says:

    Stunning !
    Absolutely beautifull and unique !

  6. Paul Shanley says:

    S. M. Prokudin-Gorsky in my opimion is one of the great all time photographers see more of his genius here: http://www.loc.gov/exhibits/empire/

  7. John Nesbitt says:

    Fabulous pictures; a great window into Russians’ (and others’) lives at the turn of the 20th century.

  8. Vandenis says:

    About massive stones. I believe this picture is of
    Solovetsky Monastery wall. I’m not sure for 100% but I really recall this picture from my memory.

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