Ramazanov Nikolai( Ckulptor)
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Biography Ramazanov Nikolai
1815 - 67
In 1827, Mr.. defined in paying pupils pupils of the Imperial Academy of Arts and in 1833, Mr.. listed in the regular academics on state content. While studying at the Academy of sculpture under the main direction of Professor B. Orlovsky, Ramazanov showed outstanding abilities and for his success was rewarded in 1836 and 1837 two silver medals, small and large (the latter for relief of "The Temptation of the Savior in the wilderness") and in 1838, Mr.. small gold medal (for the group "Milo of Croton, tormented by a lion"). He graduated from the academic course in 1839, Mr.. with the title of the artist XIV class and a large gold medal, awarded to him for the execution of the program statue Faun carrying a kid ". Having got together with this award right to travel to foreign lands as a pensioner of the Academy to send their journey involved in work on the performance of monuments Karamzin, in Simbirsk and Derzhavin in Kazan (on the project with. Galberga), and only in 1842, Mr.. arrived in Italy and settled in Rome. Here it is modeled, among other things, a statue of "The Nymph, catching a butterfly, sitting on her shoulder, which was then executed, by order of Emperor Nicholas I, made of marble, but broke with the transportation in St. Petersburg. Not finished his six-year term pensionerstva, in 1846, Mr.. was summoned back to Russia because of its clash with the papal police, and soon after obtained a position teaching sculpture at the Moscow School of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture. Occupying a place before the end of his life, contributed to the formation of many young sculptors, and for his wit and love of the arts enjoyed general respect in the circle of the Moscow artists and art lovers. In 1849, Mr.. recognized as an Academician for his previous work and for teaching activities, and in 1858. erected, at the suggestion of President Academy, Grand Duchess Maria Nikolaevna, in a Ph.D.. Major works Ramazanova, . excess of the above - the bas-reliefs on the pedestal of the monument to Nicholas I in St. Petersburg and some of the sculptural decoration on the exterior walls of the Temple of the Savior in Moscow (high relief "Vladimir Mother of God", . "Holy Queen Alexandra", . "Mary Magdalene", . "Hannah" and "Catherine" on the eastern portal, . "Holy Prince Daniel of Moscow and Saint Sava Zvenigorodsky" when one of the window arches north side),
. In sculpture, . Ramazanov worked as literature, . placing in the Moscow Gazette, . Russian Messenger "and" Contemporary Chronicles "their memories of the Russian artists, . their biographies and obituaries, . notes on art exhibitions and other similar news,
. These articles he wanted to reprint in the form of a special collection entitled "Materials for the history of art in Russia", but managed to publish only the first part of this publication (Moscow, 1863). A. P-in.