Brandt Vladimyr Aleksandrovych, 1874 - 1944

A Russian architect and painter. Born in St. Petersburg to a family of German immigrants. The artistХs grandfather, academician and first director of the Zoological Museum of St. Petersburg Academy of Sciences, was invited by Emperor Nicholas I to serve in Russia. Graduated from St. Petersburg Institute of Civil Engineers of Emperor Nicholas I, ...

A Russian architect and painter. Born in St. Petersburg to a family of German immigrants. The artistХs grandfather, academician and first director of the Zoological Museum of St. Petersburg Academy of Sciences, was invited by Emperor Nicholas I to serve in Russia. Graduated from St. Petersburg Institute of Civil Engineers of Emperor Nicholas I, from which he graduated in 1898. He was informally learning to paint, and after his marriage to the daughter of the famous Bavarian artist A. Fink, he studied painting under the leadership of the latter. In different years, he was a city architect of Poltava and Rostov-on-the-Don. In 1905, he continued to learn to paint in Munich. In the 1920's he settled in Czechoslovakia. He participated in the exhibitions of the Association of Russian Artists in Prague.  He taught architecture in Warsaw and Prague. In 1930, he participated in the Great Exhibition of Russian Art in Belgrade and was a member of the Commission of the Russian Cultural and Historical Museum in Prague. The author of a number of architectural projects, the most famous of which is the Orthodox Dormitory Church in Olshansky Cemetery in Prague.

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