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"The prince told me Rasputin looked him in the eyes, and he fell down under his gaze," Contreras said.
The poor man had to be alert - otherwise the big guy the husband'll have his head for such things.
In the shadow of the cathedral of Cuernavaca, one hour south of Mexico City, hidden in a deep oak armoire, hangs the pearl-encrusted robe of Prince Felix Yusupov, the man who killed Rasputin. Petersburg, the robe was sewn for the prince to sit for portraits, but its sable trim was all but worn off at Parisian soirees in the early 1960s by his protege, Victor Contreras, who now preserves the robe along with photographs and personal papers documenting Rasputin's murder. She invited him to lunch with her grandparents, the Prince and Princess Yusupov."I had no idea who they were at the time," Contreras said, laughing.
'"The artist described Yusupov as the antidote to Rasputin.
"The same powers that man had, he had in good," Contreras said. "But the artist was unwilling to say anything about Rasputin's murder in the interview.
One of Mexico's best-known sculptors, Contreras is sprightly despite his 65 years, and boasts that he was even more handsome and talented in his youth. "I was served like royalty, and there was this beautiful old gentleman sitting across from me." The artist's voice took on a special intensity when he recounted the instant connection he felt with the prince, then in his 70s."He was a very great soul," Contreras said, "a mystic, who could heal with the hands."Indeed, the prince -- not unlike Rasputin -- had a reputation as a faith healer. Contreras used to accompany the prince on visits to sick members of the Russian emigre community.