Ober Artemij Lavrent'evich (Arthur)( prominent sculptor)
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Biography Ober Artemij Lavrent'evich (Arthur)
Born in 1843. in Moscow, in a family of French origin. Attend classes of the Academy of Fine Arts, then entered the Paris Ecole Imperiale de Dessin; studied drawing and modeling from life of animals "Jardin des plantes". Returning to Russia, worked as a sculptor Mikeshina (modeled, incidentally, a horse under Bohdan Khmelnytsky in Kiev for a monument). In 1872, Mr.. they were exhibited at the Academy "Lion devouring a gazelle" (in the museum of the Imperial Academy of Fine Arts), "Dog" and "Horse-Bashkir". Later they performed Kelin monument in Poltava, . large bust of Emperor Alexander II and Catherine II (the last before the Obukhov Hospital in Petrograd), . fantastic group of "Disaster" (the property of Grand Duke Konstantin Konstantinovich), . group The struggle between two eagles "(the property of Grand Duke Georgy Mikhailovich), . Bull-winner "and a large number of bronze, . Wax, . terracotta, . gypsum, . porcelain and majolica figures and reliefs of various animals and fantastic creatures (in the museum of Alexander III - a grotesque ceramics: "Toad in pleasure"),
. Since 1893, Mr.. - Academician of the sculpture: "Wolf", "Dog" and other. Artworks Aubert different knowledge forms and movements of animals, their subtle penetration into character and rare decorative sense. - Wed. The illustrated catalog of the sculpture exhibition E.L. Lancere and AL. Ober "(St. Petersburg, 1886), catalogs of exhibitions" World of Art "1900, 1901, 1902 and 1903 years, Baron H. Wrangel "History of Sculpture" (V volume "History of Russian Art" and. Grabar, M., undated, p.. 345 - 350).