Portrait of post-director Fedor Ivanovich Pryanishnikov (1793-1867), collector of paintings by Russian artists


The artist is Zaryanko

Pryanishnikov Fedor Ivanovich (1793-1867). He studied at the Moscow University boarding house, served in different departments. In 1835, in the rank of actual state adviser, he was appointed St. Petersburg Post-Director, in 1841, in the rank of secret adviser, as the director of the postal department with the leave of the post-director of the post-director. Carried out the reform of the postal case in Russia. Acting secret adviser, member of the State Council, the Imperial Public Library, IAX and OPH, as well as many commissions and committees. Bibliophile. Collector of paintings by Russian artists, founder and owner of the art gallery, which after his death became part of the Moscow Public and Rumyantsev Museum.
It is depicted in the uniform tail of the post office, on the chest – the star of the Order of St. Vladimir (Order of St. Vladimir 2nd degree f. And. Pryanishnikov received in 1843, 1st degree – after 1857). Portrait Gallery of the Russian Museum. Persons of Russia. SPb. 2012. With. 150.
Repetition -option 1844 – in the GE, undivided repetition – in the GTG.

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