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English: Portrait of Dmitry Ivanovich Mendeleev wearing the Edinburgh University professor robe. Watercolour on paper. 57.5 × 46 cm. The State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow.
Español: Retrato de Dimitri Ivánovich Mendeleyev con la toga de catedrático de la Universidad de Edimburgo. Acuarela sobre papel. 57,5 × 46 cm. Galería estatal Tretiakov, Moscú.
Русский: Портрет Дмитрия Ивановича Менделеева в мантии профессора Эдинбургского университета. Бумага, акварель. 57.5 × 46 см. Государственная Третьяковская галерея, Москва.
Date 1885
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