Alexander ROSLIN<br/>
<em>Anastasia Ivanovna, Countess of Hesse-Homburg, Princess Trubetskaya</em> 1757 <!-- (recto) --><br />

oil on canvas<br />
63.5 x 53.0 cm<br />
National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne<br />
Everard Studley Miller Bequest, 1971<br />
E7-1971<br />


Reading a Portrait: Princess Trubetskaya

NGV curators Dr Maria Quirk and Danielle Whitfield discuss the symbolism in Alexander Roslin’s portrait, Anastasia Ivanovna, Countess of Hesse-Homburg, Princess Trubetskaya, to share the story of the painter, the noblewoman and her wardrobe.


Danielle Whitfield, Senior Curator, Fashion and Textiles, NGV
Dr Maria Quirk, Assistant Curator, Collections and Research, NGV