Item #2373 Pavil'ony / Pavilions [of Pavlovsk palace and park ensemble]
Pavil'ony / Pavilions [of Pavlovsk palace and park ensemble]
Pavil'ony / Pavilions [of Pavlovsk palace and park ensemble]

Pavil'ony / Pavilions [of Pavlovsk palace and park ensemble]

St. Petersburg: Pavlovsk, 2016. The genius of the Russian imperial family was finding artistic talent to carry their architectural projects wherever they could: architects and designers from Scotland, Italy, France and Russia designed the outbuildings of Pavlovsk Palace ensemble, and they are all gems of neoclassical and romantic architecture. Working roughly from the 1780s to the 1820s, Charles Cameron,, Vincenzo Brenna, Carlo Rossi , Thomas de Thomon, and Andrei Voronikhin created works of modest scale but superb design in the gardens and parks around Emperor Paul's principal palace. Also noted in this concise survey are works of sculpture, reliefs, and landscape architecture by Italian, French, and Russian artists such as Pietro Gonzago, Paolo Trisconi, Ivan Martos, and Henri Francois Violliers. 40 p., 21 x 15 cm, approx. 20 color and b/w illus., Rus. and ENGLISH. Item #2373

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