Portrait of Tsesarevna Anna Petrovna
- oil on canvas. 91,2 х 73,4
Received in 1925 from the Museum of Decorative Arts Provenance: Depository of the Kremlin Palace; the Kremlin Armoury (from 1838)
- State Tretyakov Gallery
At the Ostankino Estate, there is a copy of this portrait made by an unknown artist of the first half of the 18th century, which is proof of its popularity.
Anna Petrovna (February 7, 1708 – May 15, 1728) Tsarevna, daughter of Peter the Great and Catherine Alexeyevna, awarded the title of Tsesarevna on December 23, 1721. On May 21, 1725 she married Duke Charles Frederick of Holstein-Gottorp (April 30, 1700 – June 18, 1739). She had a son, Peter (February 21, 1728 – July 2, 1762), future Emperor Peter III, who would succeed to the throne after Elizabeth Petrovna (1741 – 1761).