Rurik:Vasili IV Shuyskiy

Tsar Vasily-Vasili IV Ivanovich-Ioannovich Shuyskiy-Shuisky (Rurik dynasty) (22 Sep 1552-12 Sep 1612) Russia. Tsar from 1606-1610 after the murder of Tsar False Dmitriy I. Child of Ivan Andreyevich Shuisky & Marfa Feodorovna. He married 1st Elena Mikhailovna Repnina, no children. Married 2nd Princess Ekaterina-Maria Buynosova-Rostovskaya (name changed to Maria) no living children.
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Stanisław Żółkiewski painting in 1840 of Tsar Vasily-Vasili IV Ivanovich-Ioannovich Shuyskiy-Shuisky (1552-1612) with brothers Ivan & Dmitry at the Warsaw parliament of Poland. Copy of painting of Tommaso Dolabella. The Romanov’s elected Tsar’s in 1613 recognized Vasily-Vasili IV Ivanovich-Ioannovich Shuyskiy posthumously as a legal Tsar & during their negotiations with Poland demanded the right to rebury his body in Russia.

Stanisław Żółkiewski painting in 1840 of Tsar Vasily-Vasili IV Ivanovich-Ioannovich Shuyskiy-Shuisky (1552-1612) with brothers Ivan & Dmitry at the Warsaw parliament of Poland. Copy of painting of Tommaso Dolabella. The Romanov’s elected Tsar’s in 1613 recognized Vasily-Vasili IV Ivanovich-Ioannovich Shuyskiy posthumously as a legal Tsar & during their negotiations with Poland demanded the right to rebury his body in Russia.

Engraving by Tomasz Makowski after lost painting by Tommaso Dolabella of Tsar Vasily-Vasili IV Ivanovich-Ioannovich Shuyskiy-Shuisky (1552-1612) with his brothers at the parliament of Poland of Warsaw. In 1610 he was deposed by his former supporters, was made a monk & transported with his 2 brothers to Warsaw Ivan & Dmitry by Polish Stanisław Żółkiewski. He died a prisoner in the castle of Gostynin near Warsaw in 1612, followed by his brother Dmitry.

Engraving by Tomasz Makowski after lost painting by Tommaso Dolabella of Tsar Vasily-Vasili IV Ivanovich-Ioannovich Shuyskiy-Shuisky (1552-1612) with his brothers at the parliament of Poland of Warsaw. In 1610 he was deposed by his former supporters, was made a monk & transported with his 2 brothers to Warsaw Ivan & Dmitry by Polish Stanisław Żółkiewski. He died a prisoner in the castle of Gostynin near Warsaw in 1612, followed by his brother Dmitry.

Painting by Jan Matejko in 1892 of Tsar Vasily-Vasili IV Ivanovich-Ioannovich Shuyskiy-Shuisky (1552-1612) at the parliament of Poland in Warsaw. He was not recognized as Tsar by the Russian people. Even in Moscow he had little or no authority & he only avoided deposition by the boyars because they had no one to replace him with.

Painting by Jan Matejko in 1892 of Tsar Vasily-Vasili IV Ivanovich-Ioannovich Shuyskiy-Shuisky (1552-1612) at the parliament of Poland in Warsaw. He was not recognized as Tsar by the Russian people. Even in Moscow he had little or no authority & he only avoided deposition by the boyars because they had no one to replace him with.

Portrait of Tsar Vasily-Vasili IV Ivanovich-Ioannovich Shuyskiy-Shuisky (Rurik dynasty)  (22 Sep 1552-12 Sep 1612) Russia. Tsar from 1606-1610 after the murder of Tsar False Dmitriy I by Unknown Artist. He was the only member of Shuysky to become Tsar & the last member of the Rurikid dynasty to rule, both his brothers Prince’s Dmitri Shuisky & Ivan Shuisky the Button also died childless & the Shuiskys' house became extinct after the death of Ivan in 1638.

Portrait of Tsar Vasily-Vasili IV Ivanovich-Ioannovich Shuyskiy-Shuisky (Rurik dynasty) (22 Sep 1552-12 Sep 1612) Russia. Tsar from 1606-1610 after the murder of Tsar False Dmitriy I by Unknown Artist. He was the only member of Shuysky to become Tsar & the last member of the Rurikid dynasty to rule, both his brothers Prince’s Dmitri Shuisky & Ivan Shuisky the Button also died childless & the Shuiskys' house became extinct after the death of Ivan in 1638.

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