Khodorovich, Felix Ignatievich
Khodorovich Felix Ignatievich was born in 1840s, in Mogilev province, died in 1912 in Tiflis.
Studied at the Moscow college of painting and sculpture (1851-1863) under N.A. Ramazanov. Lived and worked in Tiflis from 1864. One of the active members-founders of the Caucasian society for fine arts encouragement. Taught at the Tiflis Art school, participated in its establishment. Received a gold medal at the Moscow exhibition in 1872, which was devoted to the 200th anniversary since Peter the Great birth. Worked mainly in the field of genre sculpture, using mostly molded wax and clay; molded several portraits and portrait statues (portrait of Armenian publicist G. Artsruni, the portrait of The Grand Duke Mikhail Nikolaevich with General Melikov, the portrait of General I. I. Vorontsov-Dashkov etc.), as well as a series of ethnographic portrait compositions. Created a model of the monument to Mikhail Lermontov in 1872. Performed a monument to A. S. Pushkin for Tiflis according to model of I. P. Vitali.