1794, Aug 281873, Aug 23
a self-taught Russian portrait, history and religious painter in the Academic style. For over ten years, he worked on an iconostasis at Saint Isaac's Cathedral. He also created works at smaller churches throughout the region, as well as in chapels at the Winter Palace and the Yelagin Palace. He also did murals at private residences; notably at a mansion belonging to Yusupov family; now home to the St. Petersburg Institute of International Trade, Economics and Law. During these projects, he also made portraits of the aristocracy and other notables.
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