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DEMIDOFF, Prince de. - Carte de la Crimée pour suivre les opérations de la Guerre d'Orient.


DEMIDOFF, Prince de. -  Carte de la Crimée pour suivre les opérations de la Guerre d'Orient.
Carte de la Crimée pour suivre les opérations de la Guerre d'Orient. - DEMIDOFF, Prince de.



Title : Carte de la Crimée pour suivre les opérations de la Guerre d'Orient..
Map maker : DEMIDOFF, Prince de..
Date : Paris, Ernest Bourdin, 1854.
Size : 21.7 x 32.7 inches. / 55.0 x 83.0 cm.
Colouring : In original o/l colours.

Description :Uncommon map showing the Crimea region, published to follow the Crimean war. With inset maps "Carte des pays riverains de la Mer Noire" et "Port de Sevastopol". With a key to the symbols, the post routes are coloured in orange.
The map is published by Ernest Bourdin in Voyagé dans la Russie Méridionale et la Crimée, par le Prince de Deminoff. With a bind stamp publishers label.

Count Anatole (Anatoly) Nicolaïevitch Demidov, 1st prince of San Donato (5 April 1813 - 29 April 1870), was a Russian industrialist, diplomat and arts patron of the Demidov family. Born in Saint Petersburg, he was the second son of count Nikolay Demidov and Elisabeth Alexandrovna Stroganoff, he grew up in Paris, where his father was ambassador. In 1837-1838, he organized a scientific expedition of 22 scholars, writers and artists (of which Auguste Raffet and the critic Jules Janin became Demidov's friends) to southern Russia and the Crimea, headed up by Frédéric Le Play. It cost 500,000 francs and its results were published as Voyage dans la Russie méridionale et la Crimée (4 vol., 1840-1842), with 100 original lithographs by Raffet and dedicated to the tsar despite his not having taking any interest in the book (irritated as he was that most of the expedition's members had been French). : "Carte des pays riverains de la Mer Noire" et "Port de Sevastopol".

Condition : In good condition.


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