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PUSHKIN’S DRAWINGS
CATALOGUE

This edition of Pushkin’s Drawings contains approximately 400 illustrations found in Pushkin’s manuscripts.

The manuscripts are stored at the Archives of Manuscripts of Pushkinsky Dom (Pushkin’s House the Russian Academic Institute of Pushkin Studies), f. 244, op. 1.

The drawings included in the present edition are provided with catalogue numbers (for example I.10) and archives codes (i. e. 838, . 2) which mean: the Pushkin’s House Archives of Manuscripts, the number of the item and a number of the sheet containing the drawing. Using this code, the reader can find the brief description in the catalogue:

the title

technique

the reference to the manuscript

the date, etc.

I.1. SELF-PORTRAITS

I.1-1. Pushkin’s self-portrait in a roundel on
tinted background. Portrait bust.
Ink
On a separate sheet
1817 or 1818 (?)
794, . 1.

I.1-2. Pushkin’s self-portrait
Ink
The Prisoner of the Caucasus
May 1821, Kishinev
46, . 6.

I.1-3. Pushkin’s self-portrait (down left)
Ink
The Prisoner of the Caucasus
June 1821 or March 1822, Kishinev
46, . 15.

I.1-4. Two of Pushkin’s self-portraits in profile
Ink
The Dagger
March (?) 1821
830, . 64.

I.1-5. Pushkin’s self-portrait
Ink
The Bakhchisarai Fountain
1822
832, . 23.

I.1-6. Three of Pushkin’s self-portraits: as an
Old Man, as a Youth and as a Young Man
(down)
Ink
Eugene Onegin

453

May or October 1823
834, . 9 .

I.1-7. Pushkin’s self-portrait as a Young
Blackamoor
Ink
Eugene Onegin
Early November 1823, Odessa
834, . 34 .

I.1-8. Self-portrait of Pushkin Wearing black
Foulard
Ink
Eugene Onegin
November or December 1823
834, . 36 .

I.1-9. Pushkin’s self-portrait
Ink
Eugene Onegin
February 1824
834, . 37.

I.1-10. Pushkin’s self-portrait à la Voltaire
(down)
Ink
Eugene Onegin
February 8,1824
834, . 48 .

I.1-11. Pushkin’s self-caricature as a Woman
(above)
Ink
Cleopatra
October 1824
835, . 23 .

I.1-12. Pushkin and Onegin on the Neva Quay
Pencil drawing
Letter to Pushkin’s brother Lev Pushkin
Early November 1824, Mikhailovskoye
1261, . 34.

I.1-13. Pushkin’s self-portrait
Ink
Eugene Onegin and The Gypsies
1824
835, . 3 .

I.1-14. Three of Pushkin’s self-portraits in
profile
Ink
Eugene Onegin (Tatiana’s letter)
1824
835, . 5 .

I.1-15. Three self-portraits imitating the style
of the Great French Revolution (above)
Ink
What for you have been sent...
1824
835, . 6 .

I.1-16. Pushkin’s self-caricature as a Horse
Ink
André Chenier
May or June 1825
835, . 60 .

I.1-17. Pushkin’s self-portrait
Ink
Eugene Onegin
January 4,1826, Mikhailovskoye
835, . 79 .

I.1-18. Full-lenght self-portrait of Pushkin
with a Cane Wearing a Visored Cap
Pencil drawing
Eugene Onegin
January 1826
835, . 80.

I.1-19. Pushkin’s self-portrait as a Rider on
horse-back
Pencil drawing
Eugene Onegin
July 1826
836, . 42.

I.1-20. Two of Pushkin’s self-portraits
Ink
On a separate sheet
September 9, or October 1827, Moscow
1715, . 1 .

I.1-21. Pushkin’s self-portrait as a Blackamoor
Ink
The Negro Godson of Peter the Great,

454

ch. 3
1827
836, . 22 .

I.1-22. Pushkin’s self-portrait
Pencil drawing
N. Kiselev’s note-book
June 14,1828, Moscow
905, . 21.

I.1-23. Pushkin’s self-portrait with his own
inscription in Russian: AP {Alexander
Pushkin} drawn by himself during his
sad confinement in the Gummransky
Quarantine on June 28, 1829.
Pencil drawing
On a separate sheet
June 28, 1829
801, . 1.

I.1-24. Pushkin’s self-portrait as a Poet
Ink
On a sheet, glued into an album
1829
1723, . 16.

I.1-25. Pushkin’s self-caricature as a Monk
Tempted by Devil
Ink
On a separate sheet
1829
1723, . 74.

I.1-26. Self-portrait of Pushkin on horseback
with a Lance Wearing a Felt Cloak
Ink
On a separate sheet
1829
1723, . 74 .

I.1-27. Pushkin’s self-portrait
Pencil drawing
On a separate sheet
1829
1723, . 7 .
I.1-28. Self-portrait of Pushkin Wearing a
Laurel Wreath
Ink
Thazit
Late 1829 or early 1830
842, . 8.

I.1-29. Pushkin’s self-portrait
Ink
Thazit
Late 1829 or early 1830
842, . 8.

I.1-30. Pushkin’s self-portrait
Ink
Pushkin’s draft-letter to Caroline Sobanska
February 2,1830, St.-Petersburg
842, . 27.

I.1-31. Pushkin’s self-portrait as a Turk with
a Sabre
Ink
Today Gyaurs are Singing Praises of
Istanbul
September 1830, Boldino
140.

I.1-32. Pushkin’s self-portrait as an Old Man
Pencil drawing
On a separate sheet for The Little House
in Kolomna
Autumn 1830, Boldino
134, . 1 .

I.1-33. Pushkin’s self-caricature as a Woman
Pencil drawing
On a separate sheet
May 1831
1728, . 1 .

I.1-34. Pushkin’s self-portrait à la Dante
Wearing a Laurel Wreath
Pencil drawing
On a separate sheet, glued into an album
1835 or 1836 (?)
1723, . 59.

I.1-35. Pushkin’s last self-portrait
Ink
The letter to Count Sollogub
February 1836, St.-Petersburg
343, . 1 .

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I.2. PORTRAITS OF PUSHKIN’S ACQUAINTANCES AND
HISTORICAL PERSONS

I.2-1. Alexander I (?)
Ink
Leafy forests where in calm of freedom
November 1818
829, . 43.

I.2-2. K. N. Batyshkov (?)
Ink
Oh, how delightful!..., Ruslan and
Lyudmila
Late December 1818
829, . 49.

I.2-3. E. P. Bakunina (?) (right)
Ink, pencil drawing
Oh, how delightful!..., Ruslan and
Lyudmila
Late December 1818
829, . 49.

I.2-4. A. A. Bestuzhev (?)
Ink
On a separate sheet
1818
829, . 51 .

I.2-5. W. Wordsworth (?)
Ink
On a separate sheet
1818 or 1819
829, . 45.

I.2-6. Alexander I (?)
Ink, pencil drawing
Lais, I love...
February 1819
829, . 68 .

I.2-7. Drawings of the Green Lamp society
members painted from nature (?)
Pencil drawing
On separate sheets
April 17,1819, St.-Petersburg
763, . 1, 1 .

I.2-8. Laval
Ink
There at the forest nearby the valley
Late November 1819, St.-Petersburg
25, . 1.

I.2-9. Paul I
Ink
Liberty
November 1817
33, . 1 .

I.2-10. G. I. Velio (?)
Ink, pencil drawing
Leafy forests where in calm of freedom
FebruaryNovember 1818
829, . 43.

I.2-11. Portraits of actresses (?)
Ink, pencil drawing
Ruslan and Lyudmila
Late December 1818
829, . 50.

I.2-12. I. G. Burtzov (?) (down right)
Ink
Ruslan and Lyudmila
1819
829, . 51.

I.2-13. D. N. Barkov (?)
Ink
Ruslan and Lyudmila
1819
829, . 53.

I.2-14. General N. N. Raevsky (?) (right)
Ink
The Prisoner of the Caucasus
February 23, or March 1821, Kamenka
831, . 22 .

I.2-15. Sand, Marat (down right)
Ink
The drafts of The Bandit Brothers and
The Lay of Wise Oleg
July 1826,1821
831, . 46.

456

I.2-16. P. I. Chaadaev (?), K. A. Ohotnikov (?),
K. Polikhroni (?), M. F. Orlova (?), etc.
Ink
Page of Pushkin’s journal with Turkish
words and translation
July or December 1821, Kishinev
698, . 1 .

I.2-17. Calipso Polikhroni (?)
Ink
On the back of a sheet with the line: As
the grey, grey mist fell down...
September 26,1821, Kishinev
39, . 1 .

I.2-18. N. S. Alexeev (?)
Ink
Napoleon
September or October 1821
831, . 63.

I.2-19. N. S. Alexeev (?) (above left)
Ink
Napoleon
September or October 1821
831, . 63.

I.2-20. M. N. Volkonskaya (?) (in the centre)
Ink
Napoleon
September or October 1821
831, . 63.

I.2-21. Theodore Balsh (?)
Ink
To a Foreign Girl
1823 (?)
830, . 63 .

I.2-22. V. Balanesk-Rosset (?)
Ink
To a Foreign Girl
1823 (?)
830, . 63 .

I.2-23. Portraits of the Hetaerists
Ink
On a separate sheet
1822
831, . 69 .

I.2-24.O. Kotsebu (?) (right)
Ink
I envy you, audacious child of the sea
October 1823, Odessa
834, . 12.

I.2-25. I. D. Yackushkin (?), F. I. Tolstoi (?),
K. F. Ryleev (?) etc., Pushkin’s self-portrait
as an Old Man (above)
Ink
Eugene Onegin
October 22November 23, 1823, Odessa
834, . 26 .

I.2-26. Calipso Polikhroni (?) (down)
Ink
Eugene Onegin
Late October 1823, Odessa
834, . 27 .

I.2-27. E. K. Vorontsova (?)
Pencil drawing
Eugene Onegin
Late October 1823, Odessa
834, . 37.

I.2-28. Count F. I. Tolstoi (?)
Ink
Eugene Onegin
October 22 or November 23, 1823, Odessa
834, . 26 .

I.2-29. O. S. Pavlischeva (?), E. S. Semenova
(?), E. K. Vorontsova (?)
Ink
Eugene Onegin
OctoberNovember, 1823, Odessa
834, . 29 .

I.2-30. E. K. Vorontsova (?)
Ink
Eugene Onegin
OctoberNovember, 1823, Odessa
834, . 29 .

I.2-31. M. S. Vorontsov (?)
Ink
The Immobile Guard

457

Late 1823 or early 1824, Odessa
834, . 42.

I.2-32. Dante (?), Napoleon (?)
Ink
The reasons, that slowed down the
course of our literature...
1824
835, . 29 .

I.2-33. Calipso Polikhroni (?) (right)
Ink
The reasons, that slowed down the
course of our literature...
1824
835, . 29 .

I.2-34. M. N. Rayevskaya (?) (right)
Ink
Eugene Onegin
October 22November 23, 1823, Odessa
834, . 26 .

I.2-35. M. U. Vielgorskyi (?) (left)
Ink
Eugene Onegin
1823, Odessa
834, . 36.

I.2-36. M. S. Vorontsov (?)
Ink
Eugene Onegin
Late October 1823, Odessa
834, . 37.

I.2-37. Voltaire Wearing a Nightcap
Ink
Eugene Onegin
February 8,1824
834, . 48 .

I.2-38. Alexander I (?) (down in the center)
Ink
Eugene Onegin
Early February 1824
834, . 49 .

I.2-39. F. F. Viegel (?)
Ink
Eugene Onegin
1823, Odessa
834, . 36.

I.2-40. A. N. Wulf (?)
Ink
On a sheet with Zhukovsky’s poem
September 1824
835, . 8.

I.2-41. Mirabeau (?) (down in the centre)
Ink
The reasons, that slowed down the
course of our literature...
1824
835, . 29 .

I.2-42. Pushkin’s nurse Arina Rodionovna (?)
Ink
Eugene Onegin
September or October 1824
835, . 19.

I.2-43. A. Mickiewicz (?) (left)
Ink
The Gypsies
1824
834, . 45 .

I.2-44. D. B. Davydov (?) (second from above)
Ink
Extracts from Onegin’s Pilgrimage
Early 1825, Mikhailovskoye
835, . 66 .

I.2-45. A. N. Wulf (?) (down)
Ink
When first the roses wither
January 25,1825
835, . 56 .

I.2-46. Voltaire (second from above)
Ink
On Classical Poetry...
May or early June 1825
1068, . 3 .

I.2-47. Prince A. M. Gorchakov (?)
Pencil drawing
André Chenier, Eugene Onegin

458

18251826
835, . 64.

I.2-48. Portraits of the Decembrists (?)
Ink
On a separate sheet
1826, Trigorskoye
798, . 1 .

I.2-49. V. D. Venevitinov, caricature
Ink
On a separate sheet
September or October 1826
252, . 3 .

I.2-50. V. F. Vyazemskaya
Ink
On a separate sheet
September or October 1826
1718.

I.2-51. K. F. Ryleev (?)
Ink
On a separate sheet
September 9, or December 1826 (?),
Moscow (?)
808, . 1.

I.2-52. P. A. Vyazemsky (?), P. I. Pestel (?),
S. P. Trubetzkoi (?), K. F. Ryleev (?),
V. F. Vyazemskaya (?)
Ink
On a separate sheet
September 9, or December 1826 (?),
Moscow (?)
808, . 1.

I.2-53. Portraits of the Decembrists (?)
Ink
Draft of the line And I could as a joker
h<ang>
1826
836, . 37.

I.2-54. Leaders of the French Revolution (?)
Ink
Eugene Onegin
1826
836, . 49.

I.2-55. Portrait of M. Palchikov
Ink
On a separate sheet
1826
1716.

I.2-56. Portraits of the Decembrists (?)
Ink
On a separate sheet
1826, Trigorskoe
798, . 1.

I.2-57. V. D. Venevitinov (?)
Ink
From Ariostov
1826 (?)
835, . 69.

I.2-58. A. O. Bekleshova (?)
Pencil drawing
On a separate sheet
1826 (?)
836, . 17 .

I.2-59. Full-lenght portrait of P. A. Vyazemsky (?)
Ink
On a separate sheet
1826 (?)
799.

I.2-60. A. Kh. Vostokov (?)
Ink
Casual Gift
May 26,1828
80, . 1.

I.2-61. Two portraits of A. S. Griboyedov
Pencil drawing
Presentiment
May 9, 1828, St.-Petersburg (?)
838, . 14.

I.2-62. P. V. Kyreevsky (?) (right)
Pencil drawing
Exhausted by the troubles of life
September (?) 1828, St.-Petersburg
838, . 17 .

459

I.2-63. E. A. Baratinsky (?) (in the centre)
Ink
At the corner of a small square...
18291830 (?)
838, . 97 .

I.2-64. M. N. Volkonskaya (?) (above)
Ink
Poltava
October 1828
838, . 48.

I.2-65. Two hanged men. Gallows with five
executed Decembrists (?)
Ink
Poltava
1828
838, . 39 .

Portraits from Elizaveta Ushakova’s
album ( 1723).
Middle of March April; September
20 October 12, 1829, Moscow

I.2-66. A. I. Yakubovich (?)
Pencil drawing
Sheet 2.

I.2-67. Schiller (?) and Goethe (?)
Pencil drawing
Sheet 10 (back).

I.2-68. P. L. Schilling
Pencil drawing
Sheet 18 (b).

I.2-69. A. A. Delvig (?)
Pencil drawing
Sheet 19.

I.2-70. N. M. Smirnov (?)
Pencil drawing
Sheet 24 (b).

I.2-71. Full-lenght portrait of Ek. Ushakova (?)
Ink
Sheet 27 (b).

I.2-72. F. B. Bulgarin (?) (down left)
Ink
Sheet 30.

I.2-73. E. N. and M. F. Orlov (?)
Pencil drawing
Sheet 39.

I.2-74. Portrait of a woman 2
Ink
Sheet 40 (b).

I.2-75. Barbara-the-Martyr
Ink
Sheet 46.

I.2-76. Portrait of Pushkin’s acquaintance
Ink
Sheet 50 (b).

I.2-77. Gentleman in Waiting of Fathali-shah Court
Pencil drawing
Sheet 57.

I.2-78. A. S. Griboyedov
Pencil drawing
Sheet 66.

I.2-79. Caricature of Prince P. I. Shalikov (?)
Pencil drawing
Sheet 77 (b).

I.2-80. Fahrhat-bek
Pencil drawing
Sheet 84 (b).

I.2-81. Farajuhlah-bek
Pencil drawing
Sheet 85.

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I.2-82. Napoleon (?) (right)
Ink
To Fahzil-Khan
May 25,1829, Kobi
841, . 127.

I.2-83. Lord Byron (?) (above)
Ink

460

Over the Georgian hills...
May 15,1829
841, . 128 .

I.2-84. A. Riznitch (?)
Pencil drawing
On a separate sheet
September 20, or October 22, 1829,
Moscow
1725.

I.2-85. E. K. Vorontsova (?)
Pencil drawing
On a separate sheet
September 20, or October 22, 1829,
Moscow
1725.

I.2-86. G. G. Chernetsov (?)
Ink
Onegin’s Pilgrimage
After October 2, 1829, Moscow
841, . 108.

I.2-87. E. V. Veliasheva (?)
Ink
Approaching Izhori
October 1829
841, . 112.

I.2-88. A. Kh. Benkendorf (?)
Ink
A White-sided Magpie-the-Chirrer
SeptemberNovember 1829
841, . 121 .

I.2-89. E. V. Veliasheva (?)
Ink
The Epistolary Novel
October or November 1829
252, . 3 .

I.2-90. Voltaire Wearing a Nightcap
Ink
Poltava
1829
838, . 105 .

I.2-91. A. N. Olenin (?), E. M. Olenina (?), etc.
Ink, pencil drawing
On a separate sheet
May 27,1829
110, . 1 .

I.2-92. Beaumarchais (?)
Ink
On a separate sheet
The 1820-s
803, . 1.

I.2-93. E. A. Baratinsky (?) (down right)
Ink
Rough copy of the essay about Baratinsky
Autumn 1830 first half of 1831
1088, . 1.

I.2-94. Ek. N. Ushakova (?)
Pencil drawing
Sheet with old Russian words
October or November 1830, Boldino
1083, . 1 .

I.2-95. F. B. Bulgarin (?)
Ink
On a separate sheet
November 1830, Boldino
1621, . 2 .

I.2-96. Prince M. A. Dondukov-Korsakov (?)
Ink
Conversation on criticism
January or February 1830
841, . 113 .

I.2-97. N. N. Goncharova (?) (above left), two
caricatures of E. M. Zavadovskaya
Pencil drawing
The first draft of the line I thought the
heart had forgotten
January 1831 (?)
174, . 2 .

I.2-98. A. Ypsilanti (?)
Ink
Mistress into Maid
Autumn 1830, Boldino
999, . 49 .

461

I.2-99. Portrait of A. S. Griboyedov Wearing
a Fes
Ink
On a separate sheet
May 1831, St.-Petersburg
1723.

I.2-100. A. A. Rimskaya-Korsakova (?)
Ink
Romance at the Caucasian Spa
September or October 1831, St.-Petersburg (?)
271, . 1.

I.2-101. A. F. Veltman (?)
Pencil drawing
Dubrovsky
December 14,1832
1074, . 1.

I.2-102. E. F. and E. Z. Cankrin (?)
Pencil drawing, ink
The list of The Tales of Bielkin, the
draft of the novel Dubrovsky
December 121, 1832 (?), St.-Petersburg
184, . 1.

I.2-103. S. G. Volkonsky (?) (above)
Pencil drawing
The list of The Tales of Bielkin, the
draft of the novel Dubrovsky
December 121, 1832 (?), St.-Petersburg
184, . 1.

I.2-104. N. N. Goncharova (?) (left)
Ink
The Bronze Horseman
October 6,1833, Boldino
845, . 7 .

I.2-105. N. N. Goncharova (?)
Pencil drawing
On a separate sheet 1833 (?)
823, . 2 .

I.2-106. Sitting Man
Pencil drawing
On a separate sheet
1834
200.

I.2-107. K. P. Bryullov (?)
Ink
The Golden Cockerel
August 1834Spring 1835
845, . 23.

1.2-108. A. N. Goncharova (?)
Ink, pencil drawing
The Wanderer
Late June 1835, St.-Petersburg
983, . 6.

I.2-109. Lord Byron
Ink
...I Visited Anew
1835September 1836 (?)
846, . 30 .

I.2-110. A. P. Bryullov (?)
Pencil drawing
On a separate sheet
March 1832
840, . 100 .

I.2-111. Voltaire (with a signature)
Ink
Cover design for the essay about Voltaire
1836
1122, . 1.

I.2-112. V. K. Kuchelbecker (?)
Ink
What for you have been sent...
1824
835, . 6 .

I.3. FANTASY DRAWINGS

I.3-1. Women’s legs. A drawing with an inscription
in French
Ink
Ruslan and Lyudmila
1818
829, . 48.

462

I.3-2. Man’s leg
Ink
Hussar the Singer...
1821
831, . 38.

I.3-3. Man’s leg
Ink
Hussar the Singer...
1821
831, . 38 .

I.3-4. Lots of portraits
Ink
To Chedaev
1821
831, . 28.

I.3-5. Sitting Naked Woman, Women’s legs
etc.
Ink
Who saw the land, where nature’s splendour
1821
831, . 25 .

I.3-6. Crossed legs
Ink
To Ovid
1821
831, . 55 .

I.3-7. Portrait of a Man
Ink
The Bandit Brothers
May 1822
832, . 18 .

I.3-8. Lots of portraits
Ink
The Dagger
March (?) 1821
830, . 64.

I.3-9. Legs in Stirrups
Ink
The Bakhchisarai Fountain
1822
834, . 1 .

I.3-10. Men’s heads
Ink
On a separate sheet
Early November (?) 1823
830, . 66 .

I.3-11. Sitting Woman, Legs
Ink
The epistle to A.Turgenev
December 1,1823
834, . 40 .

I.3-12. Men’s heads and Pushkin’s self-portrait
Ink
Eugene Onegin
1823
834, . 8.

I.3-13. Profiles of Two Men
Ink
Eugene Onegin
1823
834, . 13 .

I.3-14. Lensky (?)
Ink
Eugene Onegin
1823
834, . 35 .

I.3-15. Men’s heads
Ink
To a Foreign Girl
1823 (?)
830, . 63 .

I.3-16. Lots of portraits
Ink
Eugene Onegin
Late 1823 or early 1824, Odessa
834, . 42.

I.3-17. Woman’s figure, Men’s heads
Ink
Eugene Onegin
February 1824
834, . 37.

463

I.3-18. Old Man’s head in a Fes
Ink
The Gypsies
February 1824
834, . 48.

I.3-19. Women’s legs, a Leg in Stirrup
Ink
The Gypsies
1824
836, . 11.

I.3-20. Woman’s leg, a Horsecroupe, Man’s
head
Ink, pencil drawing
Eugene Onegin
1826
835, . 83 .

I.3-21. Legs, Portrait of a Woman, Portraits
of Men
Ink
Sheet with B. Zhukovsky’s verse
September 1824
835, . 8.

I.3-22. Portraits of Men, Portrait of a Woman
Ink
The Negro Godson of Peter the Great
1827
836, . 28 .

I.3-23. Lots of legs
Pencil drawing, ink
Poltava
1828
838, . 19.

I.3-24. Women’s legs, Portrait of a Woman
Ink
On a separate sheet
Autumn 1829, Moscow
1723, . 61.

I.3-25. Women’s legs, Arms and a Fist
Ink
At the corner of a small square...
18291830 (?)
838, . 97 .

I.3-26. Portrait of a Man in Profile
Ink
Ezersky
January or February 1833
842, . 23.

I.3-27. Crossed Legs, Legs on the Pillow
Pencil drawing
Tsar observed in front of him
February or early March 1833
956, . 1 .

I.4. GENRE DRAWINGS

I.4-1. Bacchanal scene
Pencil drawing, ink
On a separate sheet
1819, St.-Petersburg
829, . 57.

I.4-2. Moldavian Church during a Matins
Pencil drawing
On a separate sheet
April 12,1821, Kishinev
831, . 69.

I.4-3. Caricature of Degilyie
Ink
On a separate sheet
June 46, 1821, Kishinev
831, . 42.

I.4-4. Caricature of P. A. Vyazemsky as a
Churchwarden
Ink
Ushakova’s album
October 1829, Moscow
1723, . 8.

464

II.1. PUSHKIN’S ILLUSTRATIONS

II.1-1. Warrior
Ink
Ruslan and Lyudmila, Lais, I love...
1819
829, . 68 .

II.1-2. Cossack Picket, a Trunk
Ink
The Prisoner of the Caucasus
December 1820, Kamenka
831, . 21 .

II.1-3. Sitting Girl
Ink
The Prisoner of the Caucasus
December 1820
46, . 5.

II.1-4. Riders, Mountains
Ink
To Vyazemsky
1821, Kamenka
831, . 36.

II.1-5. Highlander against a background of
Three Mountains
Ink
The Prisoner of the Caucasus
June 1821March 1822, Kishinev
46, . 3.

II.1-6. Two Sitting Figures
Ink
Tavrida
1822
832, . 13.

II.1-7. Knight
Ink
Tavrida
1822
832, . 14 .

II.1-8. Grapes
Pencil drawing
Grapes
November 1824, Mikhailovskoye
835, . 38.

II.1-9. Gypsy Camp
Ink
The Gypsies
January or February 1824
834, . 46.

II.-10. Angel
Pencil drawing
The Gypsies
October 1824
836, . 9.

II.1-11. Hunting Horseman
Pencil drawing
On a separate sheet for Count Nulin
December 13,1825
74, . 2 .

II.1-12. Slave
Pencil drawing
Anchar
August or September 1828
838, . 22.

II.1-13. Hanged Persons
Ink
Poltava
October 13, 1828, St.-Petersburg
838, . 44 .

II.1-14. Hanged Man
Ink
Poltava
October 1828, St.-Petersburg
838, . 40.

II.1-15. Rider on horse-back
Ink
Delibash
Not before June 14 (?), 1829
911, . 1.

II.1-16. Mares
Ink, pencil drawing
Anacreontic
June 6,1828
838, . 16.

465

II.1-17. Running Beast
Ink
Anchar
November 9,1828
102.

II.1-18. The Bronze Horseman without Peterz
the Great
Ink, pencil drawing
Thazit
1829
842, . 6.

II.1-19. Highlander and a Monk
Ink
Thazit
1829
842, . 13.

II.1-20. Dog
Ink
The Tale of the Dead Princess and the
Seven Knights
October or November 1833
839, . 48 .

II.1-21. Illustrations for The Tale of the
Pope...
Ink, pencil drawing
On a separate sheet
September 13,1830, Boldino
839, . 45 .

II.1-22. Tea-drinking
Ink, pencil drawing
The Undertaker
Early September 1830, Boldino
997, . 31 .

II.1-23. Funeral Procession
Ink
The Undertaker
September 9 (?), 1830, Boldino
997, . 33 .

II.1-24. Skeleton; the Crucifixion
Ink
The Undertaker
Early September 1830, Boldino
997, . 35.

II.1-25. Coachman (the end of the story)
Ink
The Undertaker
Early September 1830, Boldino
997, . 37.

II.1-26. Goblet
Ink
The Undertaker
Early September 1830, Boldino
997, . 32 .

II.1-27. Mavrushka
Ink
The Little House in Kolomna
October 59, 1830, Boldino
915, . 7 .

II.1-28. Mavrushka Barbering
Ink
On a separate sheet for The Little House
in Kolomna
October 59, 1830, Boldino
915, . 9 .

II.1-29. Madrid
Ink
The Stone Guest
November 4 (?), 1830, Boldino
920, . 4 .

II.1-30. Steed and a Hero with a Spear
Ink
He lived among us
August 10,1834
198.

II.1-31. Illustrations for The Wanderer
Ink
The Wanderer
June 26,1835, St.-Petersburg
982.

II.1-32. Lion
Ink
In Vain I Seek to Flee...
Late May June 5, 1836
237, . 1 .

466

II.1-33. Monk in his Cell
Ink
Pure men, and women too...
July 22,1836
990, . 1.

II.2. TITLE-PAGES

II.2-1. The title-page of the Poems of Alexander Pushkin
Ink
1817
829, . 1.

II.2-2. The title-page of the poem The Caucasus
Ink
April or May 1821
830, . 9.

II.2-3. The title-page of The Epistle to the
Noble
Ink
April 23,1830, Moscow
122, . 1.

II.2-4. The table of contents for Eugene
Onegin
Ink
Not before October 25, 1830, Boldino
129, . 1 .

II.2-5. The title-page of The Dramatic
Scenes
Ink
November 1830, Boldino
1621, . 1.

II.2-6. The title-page of The Preface to Eugene
Onegin
Ink
November 28,1830, Boldino
1084, . 1.

II.2-7. The title-page of The Chronicle of
Goryukhino Village
Ink
October or November 1830, Boldino
1059, . 2.

II.2-8. The title-page of The Golden Cockerel
Ink
September 20,1834, Boldino
972, . 1.

II.2-9. The title of The Wanderer (a manuscript
with corrections)
Ink
The Wanderer
June (July ?) 26, 1835, St.-Petersburg
981, . 1.

II.2-10. The title-page of the essay The Fragment
from literary chronicle
Ink
1829, Moscow
303, . 1.

II.2-11. The title-page of the review on The
Frackien elegies by B.Teplyakov
Ink
1836
1107, . 1.

III.1. COPIES FROM PAINTINGS AND ENGRAVINGS

III.1-1. Drawings of vignettes
Pencil drawing, ink
On a separate sheet
Late 1817 or early 1818, St.-Petersburg
829, . 45.

III.1-2. Le baiser (a kiss): after an an-
tique original (?)
Pencil drawing
On a separate sheet
December 15,1818, St.-Petersburg
829, . 46.

III.1-3. Woman’s Figure
Ink
Ruslan and Lyudmila

467

1819
829, . 67 .

III. 1-4. St.Sebastian and Virsavia (?).
Temptation of St.Antony (?)
Pencil drawing
Ruslan and Lyudmila, epilogue
June or July 1820
830, . 2 .

III.1-5. Susannah in a Bath House (?). Virsavia
by K.Bryullov (?)
Ink
Who saw the land...
April 1821, Kishinev
831, . 26.

III.1-6. The title-page of the 12 Sleeping
Maids by B.Zhukovsky
Pencil drawing
On a separate sheet
JanuaryJune 1822, Kishinev
830, . 57.

III.1-7. Praying Women
Ink
Eugene Onegin
May 1823
834, . 8 .

III.1-8. Heracles or David
Ink
Eugene Onegin
Late October 1823, Odessa
834, . 24 .

III.1-9. Imitation of an antique original
Ink
Eugene Onegin
1823
834, . 39 .

III.1-10. Women’s Figures
Ink
Eugene Onegin (Tatiana’s letter)
Early June 1824
835, . 77 .

III.1-11. Portrait of A.Zakrevskaya (a copy
from a picture by an anonymous artist)
Ink
Poltava
October 13, 1828, St.-Petersburg
838, . 44 .

III.1-12. Copy of a bas-relief (?)
Ink
Poltava
October 1828, St.-Petersburg
838, . 12.

III.1-13. Copy from an illustration by anonymous
artist (?)
Ink
The bearded elder Avdei
1828 (?)
838, . 100 .

III.1-14. Copy of Les Mauvais Garçons
Ink
On a separate sheet
1828 (?) or Summer 1830 (?)
838, . 99.

III.1-15. Landscape Under Pine Trees
Ink
On a separate sheet
Early 1830-s
1671, . 1.

III.1-16. Illustration for W. Shakespeare’s
Measure for Measure
Ink
Autumn
October 1833, Boldino
838, . 83.

III.1-17. Copies of Henry Monnier’s vignette
from the book Cesare, Revelation by
Al. Guirand.
Ink
On separate sheets
1831
268, . 2, 2 .

III.1-18. Bat. Vignette in romantic style
Ink
Journey from Moscow to Petersburg
December 1833, St.-Petersburg
1096, . 4 .

468

III.1-19. Copy
Ink, pencil drawing
On a separate sheet for the poem Angelo
1833
804.

III.1-20. Copy from The Wreck of Pompeii
by K. Bryullov (fragment)
Ink
Vesuvius yawned...
August or September 1834, St.-Petersburg
845, . 21.

III.1-21. Copies of the Hebrew and the Arabic
alphabets
Ink, pencil drawing
On separate sheets
1833
840, . 94, 94 ., 95.

III.1-22. Copies from a book of romantic
school (presumably)
Pencil drawing, ink
On separate sheets
May 25mid-September 1831, Tsarskoye Selo
838, . 99 .
1729, . 1, 1 .

III.2. COPIES FROM SCULPTURES

III.2-1. David’s head by Michelangelo (?)
(left)
Ink
The draft of the essay on French literature
1822 (?)
286, . 1 .

III.2-2. Voltaire by J. A. Goudon
Pencil drawing
On a separate sheet
March 10, 1832, St.-Petersburg
840, . 95 .

III.2-3. Flying Mercury by G. Bologna
Ink
Eugene Onegin
May 2224, 1824, Odessa
835, . 2.

III.3. TOPOGRAPHICAL MAPS

III.3-1. Map of the UfaChesnokov front of
the 1774 Civil War
Ink, pencil drawing
On a separate sheet for the History of
the Pugachev Rebellion
1833
1217, . 2.

III.3-2. Map of Ukraine
Ink, pencil drawing
On a separate sheet
1827
833, . 36 .

IV. 1. POET’S FAVOURITE PLACES

IV.1-1. View of the House
Pencil drawing, ink
The Prisoner of the Caucasus
November 18December 1820, Kamenka
830, . 37.

IV.1-2. View from the Pushkin’s room win-
dow at Inzov’s house in Kishinev
Pencil drawing
On a separate sheet
April 1March 31, 1821, Kishinev
831, . 51 .

IV. 1-3. Moscow Kremlin (?)
Ink
Eugene Onegin
August or September 1827
836, . 21 .

469

IV.1-4. Stub, Trees
Ink
Eugene Onegin
Late 1828, Malinniki
838, . 98 .

IV.1-5. Landscape
Ink
Draft copy of the poem I woke up
and my last dream
1828
838, . 104 .

IV.1-6. View of Arzrum with a signature
Ink
On a separate sheet
September 20October 12, 1829, Moscow
1723, . 58 .

IV.1-7. Tsarskoye Selo Lyceum
Ink
Letter to N.N.Goncharova
July 20,1830, St.-Petersburg
841, . 33 .

IV.1-8. Darial Gorge
Ink
Here is the gorge..., Dreadful and
boring
Not before June 20 August 1830
841, . 42 .

IV. 1-9. Bridge in Gruzini (?)
Ink
On a separate sheet
May 25September 1831
1729, . 1.

IV.1-10. Landscape with Mountains and
Bushes
Ink
Ezersky
Late 1832 or January 1833
840, . 13 .

IV.1-11. Landscape with Houses and a
Church
Pencil drawing
On a separate sheet
September 15,1833
844, . 2.

IV.1-12. Landscapes with a River
Pencil drawing
On separate sheets
Late November 1833 (?), St.-Petersburg (?)
839, . 58 ., 59, 59 .

IV.2. LANDSCAPES, EMBODYING THE STATE OF NATURE

IV.2-1. Trees, Bending in the Wind
Ink
Poltava
September 1828, St.-Petersburg
838, . 44.

IV.2-2. Wood
Ink
On a separate sheet
Autumn 1828
838, . 100.

IV.2-3. Clouds and the Moon
Ink
Devils
September 7,1830, Boldino
125, . 2 .

IV.2-4. Country landscape with a Britzka
Ink
On a sheet with the Greek text of Odyssey
Late 1833
840, . 2.

IV.3. INTERIOR SKETCHES

IV.3-1. Writing-desk with a Letter and an
Inkwell
Ink
The plan of the narrative poem The Bandit
Brothers
October 1820 or early 1821, Kishinev
831, . 62 .

470

IV.3-2. View of a Room in Kishinev, a Table
with Different Items
Ink
On a separate sheet
October 1820early 1921, Kishinev
831, . 68 .

IV.3-3. Study Corner and Book Shelves
Ink
On a separate sheet
November 1830, Boldino
1621, . 2 .

V. CALLIGRAPHY

V.1.   Bird-like Flourishes
Ink, pencil drawing
I’m yours again, young friends of
mine...
March 1817
829, . 29 .

V.2.   Bird
Ink
On the sheet with F. Steven’s inscription
of Pushkin’s poem Despondency
1816
829, . 15.

V.3.   Bird-like Flourishes
Ink
Ruslan and Lyudmila
Early 1818, St.-Petersburg
829, . 47 .

V.4.   Bird
Ink
The Prisoner of the Caucasus
AugustDecember, 1820
830, . 39.

V.5.   Bird
Ink
The heavy clouds at lenght are scattering
Late November 1820
35, . 1 .

V.6.   Colophon-flourish
Ink
The Prisoner of the Caucasus
February 23,1821, Kamenka
831, . 18.

V.7.   Colophon-flourish
Ink
To My Inkwell
April 11, 1821, Kishinev
831, . 33 .

V.8.   Signature-monogram
Ink
To Alexeev
1821
833, . 14.

V.9.   Flying Bird
Ink
To My Friends
February 15,1822
886, . 1 .

V.10. Flourishes, Signatures
Ink
On a separate sheet
May 27,1822, Kishinev
834, . 1.

V.11. The title-page of Tavrida
Ink
On a separate sheet
1822
832, . 12.

V.12. Bird-like Signature
Ink
The Gypsies
Oct.<ober> 810, 1824, Mik<hailovskoye>
836, . 12 .

V.13. Flourish: a Head of a Bird
Ink
The Gypsies
October 1824
838, . 31.

V.14. Pecking Bird
Pencil drawing

471

Poltava
AprilSeptember 1828, St.-Petersburg
838, . 11.

V.15. Bird-like Vignette; a Serpent
Pencil drawing
Poltava
AprilSeptember 1828, St.-Petersburg
838, . 13.

V.16. Calligraphic inscription
Ink, pen-and-ink line
Eugene Onegin
1827 or 1828
838, . 77.

V.17. Two Birds
Ink
Thazit
1829
842, . 13 .

V.18. Bird-like Colophon
Ink
Romance at the Caucasian Spa
1831
269, . 1 .

V.19. Flying Birds
Ink, pen-and-ink line
Autumn
October 1833
838, . 82 ., 86.

V.20. Feather
Ink
Journey from Moscow to Petersburg
December 28, 1833, St.-Petersburg
846, . 5 .

VI. WEAPONS, ITEMS OF MILITARY AMMUNITION,
HERALDRY DRAWINGS

VI.1.  Sabre, a Pistol
Ink
Let me reveal my soul to you...
1818
829, . 45 .

VI.2.  Hatchets
Ink
Ruslan and Lyudmila
1819
829, . 56.

VI.3.  Dagger
Ink
Ruslan and Lyudmila
1819
829, . 53 .

VI.4.  Man with a Sword
Ink
Ruslan and Lyudmila
1819
829, . 53.

VI.5.  Sword
Ink
Ruslan and Lyudmila
1819
829, . 64 .

VI.6.  Sabre, a Pistol
Ink
The Prisoner of the Caucasus
1820
830, . 32.

VI.7.  Pistol
Ink
Yawning during the Mass
April or May 1821
831, . 37 .

VI.8.  Sabre
Ink
Here is the Muse, the frisky chatterer
May 1821
831, . 39.

VI.9.  Highlander with a Weapon
Ink
The Prisoner of the Caucasus
1821
831, . 20 .

472

VI.10. Rifle
Ink
On the sheet with B.Zhukovsky’s poem
September 1824
835, . 8.

VI.11. A humorous representation of the coat
of arms for Pushkin’s gentry family
Ink
List of people participating in publishing
of The Moskovsky Vestnik
September or early November 1826
1691.

VI.12. Pistol
Ink
Poltava
1828
838, . 54.

VI.13. Dagger
Ink
Remembrance
May 19,1828
838, . 15 .

VI.14. Pistol
Ink
Onegin’s Pilgrimage
Oct.<ober> 3,1829, Pavlovskoye
841, . 117 .

VI.15. Sitting Highlander; a Dagger
Ink
Thazit
November or December 1829
841, . 24.

VI.16. Duel with Rapiers
Ink
The Stone Guest
OctoberNovember 4, 1830, Boldino
921, . 4 .

VI.17. A Noble’s Coat of Arms
Ink
The Little House in Kolomna
Oct.<ober> 9,1830, Boldino
915, . 9.

VI.18. Hatchet
Ink
Ezersky
January or February 1833
842, . 21.

VI.19. Highboot with a Spur
Ink
The Bronze Horseman
October 1833
845, . 12 .

VI.20. A Noble’s Coat of Arms
Ink
Journey from Moscow to Petersburg
December 1833
846, . 8 .

VII.1 ANIMALS

VII.1-1. Tom-cat
Ink
Ruslan and Lyudmila
1818
829, . 52.

VII.l-2. Galloping Horse
Ink
The Prisoner of the Caucasus
1821
46, . 4.

VII.1-3. Dog
Ink
Eugene Onegin
October 1823
834, . 28.

VII.1-4. Bear on a Leach
Ink
The bushes are rustling...
1830 (?)
833, . 51.

VII.1-5. Mounting a Horse
Ink
Eugene Onegin
Late September or October 1824
835, . 17 .

473

VII.1-6. Horseman and a Bull
Ink
The Gypsies
November or December 1824
835, . 9 .

VII.1-7. Cancer ( sign of the Zodiac ?)
Pencil drawing
Eugene Onegin
Not before July 1825
835, . 74 .

VII.1-8. Tom-cat
Pencil drawing
Eugene Onegin
January 1826
835, . 82 .

VII.1-9. Riders
Pencil drawing, pen-and-ink line
Eugene Onegin
January 1826
835, . 83 .

VII.1-10. Steed
Pencil drawing
Eugene Onegin
February 1828
838, . 3 .

VII.1-11. Portrait of a Woman; a Horse
Pencil drawing
The Tale of Tsar Saltan
June 1828
838, . 16 .

VII.1-12. Taurus ( sign of the Zodiac ?)
Ink
Poltava
June or September 1828
838, . 46 .

VII.1-13. Kicking Mare
Ink
Poltava
JuneSeptember 1828
838, . 45 .

VII.1-14. Five Horses
Ink
Poltava
Mid-October 1828, St.-Petersburg
838, . 62 .

VII.1-15. Steeds
Ink
Poltava
1828
838, . 52 .

VII.1-16. Swan
Ink
Poltava
1828
838, . 54.

VII.1-17. Horses’ heads and a Circassian
Ink
Journal notes
May 1522,1829
841, . 9 .

VII.1-18. Trotting Horse
Ink
The March across the Caucasus
July 18,1829, Arzrum
841, . 11 .

VII.1-19. Seven Horses
Ink
On a separate sheet
Late September or early October 1829,
Moscow
1723, . 76.

VII.1-20. Horseman
Ink
On a separate sheet
Late September or early October 1829,
Moscow
1723, . 75 .

VII.1-21. Running Horse
Ink
Onegin’s Pilgrimage
Oct.<ober> 3, 1829, Pavlovskoye
841, . 117 .

VII.1-22. Tom-cats
Ink

474

On sheets of E. Ushakova’s album
Oct.<ober> 5,1829, Moscow
1723, . 71, 77 ., 79 .

VII.1-23. Horse Wearing a Wide-brimmed
Hat and a Frock-coat
Ink
The Epistolary Novel, letter 8
1829
841, . 109.

VII.1-24. Tom-cat and a Cock
Ink
The Book of the Bear
Autumn 1830, Boldino
929, . 1.

VII.1-25. Horse at a Castle
Pencil drawing
On a separate sheet
May 25mid-September 1831, Tsarskoye Selo
1729, . 1 .

VII.1-26. Rearing up Horse
Ink
Ezersky
Late 1832 or January 1833
842, . 21.

VII.1-27. Tom-cat
Ink
Letter to N. I. Goncharova
July or August 1833, Chernaya Retchka
589, . 1 .

VII.1-28. Two Galloping Horses
Ink
Ezersky
Early November 1833, Boldino
842, . 21 .

VII.1-29. Horse
Pencil drawing, ink
Cleopatra
1835
846, . 56 .

VII.2. PLANTS, ORNATE FLOURISHES

VII.2-1. Ornate Flourishes
Ink
To Baratinsky
Mid-November 1827
833, . 83 .

VII.2-2. Trunk, Leafage
Ink, pencil drawing
Here is a sad matchmaker at the table;
Eugene Onegin; on a separate sheet
AugustOctober 10,1827
836, . 26 ., 27, 34, 34 .

VII.2-3. Trunk of a Dry Tree
Ink
Eugene Onegin
August or September 1827 (?), Malinniki(?)
838, . 70.

VII.2-4. Tree and a Bush
Ink
Eugene Onegin
August or early September 1828
838, . 70 .

VII.2-5. Plants, Ornate Flourishes
Ink, pencil drawing
Eugene Onegin
AugustSeptember 1827
836, . 22.

VII.2-6. Curved Trunks and Goblets
Pencil drawing
On a separate sheet
1828
838, . 23.

VII.2-7. Curved Dry Trees
Ink
Onegin’s Pilgrimage
October 3,1829
841, . 117.

VII.2-8. Sapling with Dry Branches
Ink

475

The Undertaker
September 9,1830, Boldino
997, . 32 .

VII.2-9. Trunks and Branches with Foliage
Pencil drawing
On a separate sheet
May 25mid-September 1831, Tsarskoye Selo
1729, . 1.

VII.2-10. Sapling, a Stub, Branches with
Foliage
Ink
Romance at the Caucasian Spa
1831
270, . 1.

VII.2-11. Trees, Different Items
Ink
On a separate sheet of bar. E. Vrevskaya’s
house-keeping book
October 1833, Golubovo
805, . 6 .

VII.2-12. Bushes, Tree-branches, Ornament
Ink
List of items to be purchased
August 1836 (?)
841, . 81 .

VII.3. INFERNAL DRAWINGS

VII.3-1. Infernal Drawings with a Hanged
Man and a Skeleton
Ink
The Bakhchisarai Fountain
1821, Kishinev
831, . 49 .

VII.3-2. Infernal Drawings
Ink
A celebration in Gehenna...
1821, Kishinev
831, . 50.

VII. 3-3. Devil-in-Love
Ink
On a separate sheet
1821, Kishinev
831, . 50 .

VII.3-4. Infernal Drawings
Ink
Eugene Onegin
July 1823, Kishinev Odessa
834, . 18.

VII.3-5. Hanged Man over the Fire
Ink
On a separate sheet
November 1823, Odessa
834, . 42 .

VII.3-6. Devils
Ink
Boris Godunov
January 1825, Mikhailovskoye
835, . 56.

VII.3-7. Mephistopheles
Ink
Eugene Onegin
1825, Mikhailovskoye
835, . 74 .

VII.3-8. Witch Riding the Broom, Zemfira (?)
Ink
The Gypsies
October 1824
836, . 7.

VII.3-9. Devil’s head
Ink
Eugene Onegin
Late 1823 or early 1824, Odessa
834, . 42.

476

VIII. SHIPS, BOATS

VIII.1.  View of the Sea with a Sailing-vessel
Ink
Ruslan and Lyudmila
Early 1819, St.-Petersburg
829, . 67.

VIII.2.  Four Small Boats
Ink
To the Sea
October 210, 1824, Mikhailovskoye
835, . 18.

VIII.3.  Sailing-vessel and a Pyroskaph Funnel
Pencil drawing
Remembrance
May 19,1828
838, . 15.

VIII.4.  Bow of a Boat and a Sail
Pencil drawing
Poltava
Late Juneearly August 1828
838, . 20 .

VIII.5.  Boats
Ink
Eugene Onegin
November 4 (?), 1828, Malinniki
838, . 61 ., 64 .

VIII.6.  Fishermen in a Boat
Ink
Eugene Onegin
November 4 (?), 1828, Malinniki
838, . 71.

VIII.7.  View of the Sea with a Sailing-vessel
Ink
When I am being mercilessly abused
October 1830, Boldino
134.

VIII.8.  Fisherman in a Small Boat
Ink
When memory at times...
October 1830, Boldino
138, . 2.

VIII.9.  Dug-out on the Waves
Ink
Autumn
October 19 (?), 1833, Boldino
838, . 85 .