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Aleksandrina Maria (Alina Ivanovna) Bryullova (Ernst)

<span class='language-label'>Russian: Александра Мария (Алина Ивановна) Брюллова (Эрнст)</span>
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Birthplace: Petergof, gorod Sankt-Peterburg, Saint Petersburg, Russia (Russian Federation)
Death: 1932 (82-83)
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Johan Ernst, von and Lidija Jeanette Karlovna Ernst
Wife of Woldemar (Vladimir Alexandrovich) Brüllow
Ex-wife of Hermann Karlovich Conrady
Mother of Nikolai Germanovich Conradi; Вера Германовна Конради and Nadežda Vladimirovna Brjulov-Šaskol'skaja
Sister of Лидия Катарина Ивановна Эрнст

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About Aleksandrina Maria (Alina Ivanovna) Bryullova

http://dokumente.ios-regensburg.de/amburger/index.php?id=16008

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http://en.tchaikovsky-research.net/pages/Alina_Bryullova Alina Bryullova Tchaikovsky Research (Redirected from Alina Meyer) Mother of Nikolay Konradi (b. 1849; d. 1932), born Alina Ivanovna Meyer (Алина Ивановна Мейер); known after her first marriage as Alina Ivanovna Konradi (Алина Ивановна Конради), and after her second marriage as Alina Ivanovna Bryullova (Алина Ивановна Брюллова). It was from Alina's first marriage to the agriculturist Herman Konradi (1833–1882) that she had a deaf-mute son Nikolay ("Kolya"), to whom Tchaikovsky's brother Modest became tutor in 1876. The composer and his brother often stayed at the Konradis' estate at Grankino, and knew the family well, although relations with Alina became strained after she divorced from her husband in 1881, and Modest was granted permanent guardianship of Kolya the following year. During the 1880s Alina married her second husband Vladimir Aleksandrovich Bryullov (1846–1918), the manager of the Russian National Museum. Although Tchaikovsky's letters reveal that in private he found Alina a very "unsympathetic" person, for Nikolay and Modest's sake he concealed his misgivings. Tchaikovsky's works dedicated to Alina Bryullova Echo rustique — No. 13 of the Eighteen Pieces, Op. 72 (1893). Correspondence with Tchaikovsky 2 letters from Tchaikovsky to Alina Bryullova (Konradi) have survived, dating from 1879 and 1880: Letter 1226 – 5/17 July 1879, from Nizy Letter 1484 – 25 April/7 May 1880, from Kamenka 4 letters from Alina Bryullova to the composer, dating from around 1878 to 1881, are preserved in the Klin House-Museum Archive.

Об Александре Марии (Алиной Ивановна) Брюлловой (русский)

http://naukarus.com/n-v-bryullova-shaskolskaya-etnolog-eser-chelovek-epohi

[http://dokumente.ios-regensburg.de/amburger/index.php?id=13220] - из данной ссылки следует, что жену Германа Карловича Конради звали Александрина Мария Ивановна Эрнст.

Исходя из сведений, приведенных в описании личного фонда Алины Ивановны Брюлловой как секретаря правления Общества помощи ручному труду - ЦГИА СПб. Ф. 2125 (года 1861-1912) (https://spbarchives.ru/web/group/information_resources/-/archivestore/fund/2-2256), следует, что Алина Ивановна была дочерью Лидии Карловны Эрнст (см. дела 3-34).

Правнучка А.И. Брюлловой (Эрнст), М.Э. Шаскольская, о Германе Карловиче и Алине Ивановне: они "состояли в близком родстве между собой" http://bdn-steiner.ru/glossword/index.php/term/1,939.xhtml

Откуда взялась переходящая из описания в описания фамилия Мейер - пока неясно (возможно, это просто неверно прочтенное при переложении с латиницы на кириллицу второе имя - Мария).

http://en.tchaikovsky-research.net/pages/Alina_Bryullova Alina Bryullova Tchaikovsky Research (Redirected from Alina Meyer) Mother of Nikolay Konradi (b. 1849; d. 1932), born Alina Ivanovna Meyer (Алина Ивановна Мейер); known after her first marriage as Alina Ivanovna Konradi (Алина Ивановна Конради), and after her second marriage as Alina Ivanovna Bryullova (Алина Ивановна Брюллова). It was from Alina's first marriage to the agriculturist Herman Konradi (1833–1882) that she had a deaf-mute son Nikolay ("Kolya"), to whom Tchaikovsky's brother Modest became tutor in 1876. The composer and his brother often stayed at the Konradis' estate at Grankino, and knew the family well, although relations with Alina became strained after she divorced from her husband in 1881, and Modest was granted permanent guardianship of Kolya the following year. During the 1880s Alina married her second husband Vladimir Aleksandrovich Bryullov (1846–1918), the manager of the Russian National Museum. Although Tchaikovsky's letters reveal that in private he found Alina a very "unsympathetic" person, for Nikolay and Modest's sake he concealed his misgivings. Tchaikovsky's works dedicated to Alina Bryullova Echo rustique — No. 13 of the Eighteen Pieces, Op. 72 (1893). Correspondence with Tchaikovsky 2 letters from Tchaikovsky to Alina Bryullova (Konradi) have survived, dating from 1879 and 1880: Letter 1226 – 5/17 July 1879, from Nizy Letter 1484 – 25 April/7 May 1880, from Kamenka 4 letters from Alina Bryullova to the composer, dating from around 1878 to 1881, are preserved in the Klin House-Museum Archive.

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Aleksandrina Maria (Alina Ivanovna) Bryullova's Timeline

1849
February 11, 1849
Petergof, gorod Sankt-Peterburg, Saint Petersburg, Russia

РГИА. Россия, дубликаты Лютеранских метрических книг, 1833-1885 https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:VTS3-C4D

1868
1868
1877
1877
1886
December 13, 1886
Санкт-Петербург, Санкт-Петербургская губерния, Russian empire
1932
1932
Age 82