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Demuth-Malinovsky Vasily Ivanovich

Demuth-Malinovsky Vasily Ivanovich (1779–1846)

Vasily Demuth-Malinovsky was a Russian sculptor whose works represent the quintessence of the Empire style.

He entered the Imperial Academy of Arts at the age of six and studied under Mikhail Kozlovsky for fifteen years. Upon the death of his teacher, he won a competition to design his tomb and departed for Rome to study with Canova. Success came to him with two colossal statues for the Kazan Cathedral in St Petersburg.

In the aftermath of the Russian victory over Napoleon, Demuth-Malinovsky executed a number of patriotic pieces, including a tomb and a large statue of Barclay de Tolly in Estonia. Later Alexander I assigned to him the task of preparing bas-reliefs symbolizing the Neva and the Volga for the Alexander Column on Palace Square. Demuth-Malinovsky also designed statuary and decorations for other St Petersburg churches, palaces, and public monuments, especially those designed by Carlo Rossi: the General Staff Building, the Bourse, the Admiralty, the Mining Institute, the Egyptian Gate, the Narva Gate, and the Mikhailovsky Palace.

Ukraine, 1919, Vladimir Monument in Kiev

Ukraine, 2008.07.26, Kiev. 1020th Anniv of baptizing of Russia

Russia, 1996, Monumemt to Ivan Susanin in Kostroma

Ukraine, 2008, 1020th Anniv of baptizing of Russia


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