The artist is Semiradsky
Despite the decisive opposition of Alexander Nevsky to the Catholic offensive, Pope Innocent IV did not lose hope of subordinating Rus’ to the Roman throne. In 1248, he sent his ambassadors to Alexander with a rather flattering written message to the Russian Grand Duke. Remaining a firm adherent of Orthodoxy, Alexander Nevsky answered unequivocally, referring to the teachings of seven universal cathedrals: “We are all good to do, and we don’t accept the teachings”. (P. To.)
Electronic catalog “Heroes and villains of Russian history”. SPb, 2010. With. 71.