The Mauve Boudoir, Alexander Palace...
Probably the most infamous room in all of Alexander Palace, the Mauve Boudoir, or also known as the "Lilac Study" as Russians are known to call the colour Mauve, was Empress Alexandra's favourite space, and place to do just about anything, from reading, embroidering, taking tea, to even having small meals.
It was a lovely space, encompassed all around by a shiny, lapis-coloured shade of pale pink "lilac" that ran across the entire room, and also was used for the drapery, and curtains, and upholstery for the small delicate pieces of furniture inside the space. The most famous, spot was a beautiful lapis-upholstered arm chair, with fringe at the bottom, though not seen in this drawing/sketch, it was where most Romanov Family fotos were taken there, also Alexandra's day bed, near the doors leading to the Pallisander Drawing Room was also a spot where many fotos were taken of Alexandra, her children, and even her loving adoring Nicky, Nicholas II, her husband.
Sadly, nothing remains if anything of the Mauve Boudoir, but that's the price fine art pieces, pay... WWII, and Stalin's handiwork...
God Bless, please tell me what you think, it was challenging drawing this, from scratch.. lol
God keep and protect you all and your families!