Metropolitan Museum of Art
Scattered holdings in various departments of the Museum pertain to the Russian Empire/Soviet Union. Among holdings pertaining to this guide (excluding much of the art works) are: Armenian manuscripts (No. 16.99 and No. 38.171.2); 53 watercolors of American scenes by Pavel Svinin; a wax mask of Anna Pavlova (35.105); another wax sculpture—Pavlova Gavotte (26.105); a poster by Leon Bakst; and a number of costumes for Ballets Russes productions.
The Russian reproductions at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City
A review of the most prominent replicas from the antique plate of the Hermitage and Winter Palace, St. Petersburg, of the Kremlin and patriarchal treasures, Moscow, and other collections in Russia / by John W.Miles. (1884). vii, -96 p. : ill. ; 26 cm. Digitized copy available: http://libmma.contentdm.oclc.org/cdm/ref/collection/p15324coll10/id/9677