Russian animalist sculptor Alexey Sotnikov
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Russian animalist sculptor Alexey Sotnikov Sotnikov belongs to those masters of the 20th century who in a peculiar way managed to develop the principles of great realistic and
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Russian sculptor-animalist Dmitry Gorlov
Russian sculptor-animalist Dmitry Gorlov (2 November 1899 - 8 August 1988)
Russian sculptor-animalist Dmitry Gorlov Born in 1899 in St. Petersburg, Dmitry Vladimirovich Gorlov is a famous animal sculptor and graphic artist, honored Artist of Russia. Soon after birth,
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First launched into space dog Laika monument
First launched into space dog Laika monument
First launched into space dog Laika monument Installed in front of the building of the Institute of Military Medicine (Moscow), the dog Laika monument stands on the Petrovsko-Razumovskaya
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Behind the symbolic Bear monuments
Masha and bear monuments
Behind the symbolic Bear monuments Chosen as the animal symbol of Russia, the bear is truly the king of the forest. Although brown bear appears to be capable
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James Doran-Webb driftwood animal sculpture
James Doran-Webb driftwood animal sculpture
James Doran-Webb driftwood animal sculpture Born in 1967, Doran-Webb is a British sculptor living in the Philippines. James spent his early childhood in Devon. Meanwhile, his parents, art
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Mythological bird Sirin monuments
Sterlitamak, Russia. Work by sculptor Valentin Mikhailovich Rechikov, St. Petersburg. Mythological bird Sirin monuments
Mythological bird Sirin monuments The sculpture of the mythological bird Sirin appeared in the Russian city of Sterlitamak in 2015. According to the Slavic and, in particular Russian
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The history of deer sculpture in Smolensk
The creation of the German animal painter Richard Freese, the Sculpture of the Deer, originally installed in the Rominstenskaya forest, appeared after the Great Patriotic War in the Smolensk garden of Blonje. The history of deer sculpture in Smolensk
The history of deer sculpture in Smolensk is quite interesting. In 1909, during the hunt in the Rominsten forest, the German Kaiser Wilhelm II killed a deer. The
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Ivan Tsarevich and Gray Wolf monuments
Ivan Tsarevich and Gray Wolf monuments
Ivan Tsarevich and Gray Wolf monuments Russian folk tale “Ivan Tsarevich and the Gray Wolf” – loved by both children and adults. The main heroes of the fairy
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