Photo by A. Eihenvald, 1870 (based on autograph) 6.3 х 10.6 cm Signed on the back: "To the sweetest Mila Markova in good memory from Alexandra Sograf. Play often, study diligently, and enter the Moscow Conservatory. November 17, 1870. Kursk." Alexandra Yurievna ZOGRAF-DULOVA (also, Sograff, Sograf-Dulowa, Alexandrine) (1850—1919) was a Russian piano player. She graduated from the Moscow Conservatory (1870), where she studied under Nikolai Rubinstein. In the 1870s and 1880s, she toured Russia and overseas and then taught in Moscow. Author of a book about Nikolai Rubinstein. Petr Tchaikovsky dedicated his Salon Poka Op. 9 to Alexandra Zograf. Among her immediate family members: zoologist and chevalier of the Order of Légion d'honneur Nikolay Zograf (brother); music professor Valentina Zograf-Plaksina (sister); violinist Georgi Dulow (son); and harpist Vera Dulova (granddaughter). C4829 ZOGRAF-DULOVA, A. Yu. (Зограф-Дулова А.Ю.)