ZHAMET Albert Danilovich( Russian painter-landscape)
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Biography ZHAMET Albert Danilovich
(1821 - 1877) studied from 1840 g. St. Petersburg Academy of Arts, where his chief mentor was Professor MN. Vorobyov. In 1847, Mr.. went to Italy and stayed in foreign countries prior to 1859, visiting, except for the classic country of art, France, England and Germany. In 1854, Mr.. received from the Roman Academy of St. Luke's Award for view of Lake Nemi. In the same year, for sending in St. Petersburg now Tivoli and its waterfalls (located in the Grand Duke Nikolai Nikolayevich the Elder), was awarded neklassnogo artist, and in 1859, Mr.. elevated to the rank of the academician, especially for species in Rocca di Papa (belonged to Count Kushelev-Bezborodko). Once again traveled to foreign lands, in 1861 - 63 years. Since 1864, Mr.. until his death was a decorator at the Vilna City Theater. The best works of this artist, besides the above: "Alban Lake (located at X. Soldatenkova, Moscow), Arco, MCSD, and different types of villas Butera, Palermo (in the Winter Palace), "The Roman Colosseum (Count Abaza)," Type in the neighborhood of Naples (in the collection D. Botkin, Moscow), "Roman Campaign for Porta Maggiore" (the Count Branitsky) and "Roman type (Count Tyshkevich). A. P-in.