Shubin, Feodor Ivanovich
Shubin Feodor Ivanovich. Russian sculptor of the XVIIIth century, representative of classicism.
Kholmogory, Arkhangelsk, White Sea, Feodor, bone-carving, Shubin, St. Petersburg, Mikhail Lomonosov, carving bone, nacre, sculptor, Palace, Academy of Fine Arts, Shuvalov, folk art, artist, sculpture, The Murder of Askold and Dir, Paris, Rome, Pompey, Herculaneum, archaeological excavations, Tretyakov gallery, A. M. Golitsyn, Russian Museum, Academy of Fine Arts, Catherine II, Rurik, Elizabeth Petrovna, Chesmensky Palace, Armory, statues, Marble Palace, sculptures, Trinity Cathedral, Alexander Nevsky, monastery, mausoleum, Lieutenant-General P. M. Golitsyn, Pandora, Grand cascade, Peterhof, P. B. Sheremetev, Kuskovo, General I.I. Michelson, a medallion, the Legislator, Minerva, portrait sculpture, Council of the Academy, Voronezh, Museum of fine arts, Emperor Alexander l, adjunct Professor.