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ANTOKOLSKY Mark Matveyevich

1842, Vilna - 1902, Bad Homburg vor der Höhe, Germany

The sculptor Mark Antokolsky moved to St Petersburg in 1862, where he studied under Nikolai Pimenov and Johann Reymers at the Imperial Academy of Arts. In 1871 he started work on his sculpture of Ivan the Terrible (plaster, Kensington Museum, London). During the early 1870s he lived in Italy, before moving to France in 1877, although he visited Russia every year. Antokolsky was awarded a gold medal and Légion d’honneur at the Exposition Universelle, Paris in 1878 and was later made a professor, then full member of the Imperial Academy of Arts, where he held solo exhibitions in 1880 and 1893. He was also an honorary member of Académie des Beaux-Arts in Paris, Akademie der Künste in Berlin and Accademia di Belle Arti in Urbino.

Collection of the Russian Museum

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Jewish Tailor
Jewish Tailor
1864
Jewish Miser
Jewish Miser
1865
Nathan the Wise
Nathan the Wise
1868
Ivan the Terrible (1530–1584)
Ivan the Terrible (1530–1584)
Christ on Trial before the People
Christ on Trial before the People
Смерть Сократа (469-399 гг. до н. э.)
Смерть Сократа (469-399 гг. до н. э.)
1875
Mephistopheles
Mephistopheles
Yaroslav the Wise
Yaroslav the Wise
Nestor the Chronicler
Nestor the Chronicler
Ермак
Ермак
1891
Portrait of Emperor Nicholas II
Portrait of Emperor Nicholas II
1896
Portrait of Empress Alexandra Feodorovna
Portrait of Empress Alexandra Feodorovna
1896
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