Dutch engraver, cartographer. Studied engraving under Romeyn de Hooghe (1676–79). Taught etching to Peter the Great during his Great Embassy to Holland (1697) and was invited to Russia to work on commissions and train Russian artists (1698). Headed the engraving workshop at the Moscow Armoury.
Painter, draughtsman, teacher. Father of Pyotr Petrovich Zabolotsky. Studied under Alexander Warnek and Alexei Yegorov at the Imperial Academy of Arts (1826–31). Awarded a minor silver medal (1829), major silver medal (1830)
Jeweller, silversmith, niello master. Hallmark: С. СКРИПИЦЫНЪ or СС in a rectangle. Born in the family of Ivan Skripitsyn (late 18th or early 19th century). Worked in the Neoclassical style in Vologda (1835–44), where he
Painter, draughtsman, etcher, teacher, restorer. Son of Baron Peter Clodt von Jürgensburg, cousin of Baron Mikhail Konstantinovich Clodt von Jürgensburg, uncle of Baron Nikolai Clodt von Jürgensburg. Studied art at home and in
Sculptor. Born as Chaïm-Jacob Lipchitz in Druskeniki in Hrodno Province (1891). Attended commercial college in Belostok (1902–06) and grammar school in Vilna (from 1906). Studied sculpture at Vilna School of Drawing. Emigrated
Painter, graphic artist, applied artist. Born Marie Vorobieff-Stebelska, daughter of a Polish nobleman (Bronislaw Stebelskij) and actress (Maria Worobjewa). Studied at the Tiflis School of Fine Arts (1907–08) and the Stroganov