Edward Petrovich Gau (1807-1887) was the Russian artist, a watercolor painter. Edward Gau was born in 1807 in Revel (modern Tallinn). He engaged in drawing since his childhood and in 1830-1832 was trained in Academy of Arts of Dresden. The greatest popularity to the artist was brought by watercolors of known buildings' of Moscow,
St.-Petersburg, Gatchina interiors, painted by request of the imperial family. In Moscow he drew interiors of the Big Kremlin palace, the Nikolaev palace; in St.-Petersburg — the Mihajlovsky lock, the Winter palace and the Hermitage, in Gatchina — interiors of the Big Gatchina palace. Here are some of his works.
In former times powerful and majestic, and now just old and rusty, air machines spend their last days at such graveyards to beautiful-junk-lovers' joy.This amazing place, which will make every arcraft-,
post-industrial-, history- or photo-fan squeal with delight is situated not far from Moscow. Here are lots of planes, helicopters and agriculturial airplanes of various models and model years.