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Griboedov () Alexander Sergeyevich
(1790 or 17951829)

Griboedov () Alexander Sergeyevich (1790 or 17951829)

Alexander Griboedov was a Russian diplomat, playwright, and composer. He is recognized as homo unius libri, a writer of one book, whose fame rests on the brilliant verse comedy Woe from Wit, still one of the most often staged plays in Russia. One expert, Angela Brintlinger, argues that "not only did Griboedov's contemporaries conceive of his... More...


Bulgaria, 1947, Kristo Sarapov as Famusov

Russia, 1995, Alexander Griboedov

USSR, 1945, Aleksander Griboedov

USSR, 1945, Aleksander Griboedov

USSR, 1954, Aleksander Griboedov

USSR, 1954, Aleksander Griboedov

USSR, 1959, Aleksander Griboedov, Wit Works Woe

Russia, 1995.01.05, Moskow. Aleksandr Griboedov

Russia, 1995.01.15, Hmelita. Griboedov (drawing of Pushkin)

Russia, 1995, Griboedov's Museum Khmelita

Russia, 1997, Actor Lensky as Famusov

Russia, 2003, Actor Tsarev as Chatsky

Russia, 2006, Griboedov Monument in Sankt-Petersburg

USSR, 1964, Griboedov monument in Moskow

USSR, 1969, Aleksander Griboedov

USSR, 1976, Griboedov monument in Moskow

USSR, 1984, Griboedov monument in Moskow

USSR, 1984, Griboedov monument in Leningrad

USSR, 1988, Griboedov monument in Moskow

Russia, 2001, Birth Centenary of Actor Iliinsky

USSR, 1971.09.23, Detail of monument Millenium of Russia

USSR, 1972.06.20, Griboedov monument in Leningrad

USSR, 1983.01.31, Griboedov monument in Yerevan

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