WOLVES Fyodor Ivanovich( Architect)
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Biography WOLVES Fyodor Ivanovich
One of the first architects trained in the Imperial Academy of Arts, was born in St. Petersburg in 1755, died there in 1803, Mr.. Entering students in the Academy in 1764, he was awarded the gold medals from it: small, in 1770, a draft of the exchange, and large, in 1772, the draft carousel. As in the following year was sent abroad in order to complete their education, . studied in Venice, Thomas Tremantsi, . visited Vicenza, . Padua, . Verona, . Rome and Paris, in Venice, won the contest to get a gold medal for the church project, . and studied in Paris under the direction of Duvalier and was his assistant at various buildings, . incidentally in the construction of theater halls in Choisy, . and again earned a gold medal from the Paris Academy,
. On his return to St. Petersburg in 1782, Academy for the work performed by him in Rome, acknowledged his designated in academics, and in 1794, Mr.. made directly to professors. From 1796, Mr.. and by the end of his life he was in charge of the facility-class architecture, with the title of Associate Rector. Volkov enjoyed in their time standing skilled technique and a talented artist and made a lot of buildings in St. Petersburg and in other cities. Unfortunately, the reference to them is now impossible, since some of them no longer exist, others completely change your appearance, but many did not survive for any information. In the archival documents mention that they built, among other things, state-owned brewery in the Vyborg district, the barracks of the Life Guards of the Semenov regiment, the government offices in different cities and parts of the Tauride Palace in St. Petersburg. A. P-in.