Pavel Alexandrov

Born: 1798
Died: after 1832

Painter, lithographer. Born in the family of Alexei Alexandrov (1798). Studied at the Imperial Academy of Arts (1806–17). Awarded a minor silver medal (1814) and a major silver medal (1815), but expelled for bad behaviour (1817). Painted a series of portraits as private commissions (1820s). Created numerous lithographs of St Petersburg types and albums of views of St Petersburg published by Alexandre Pluchart (1823, 1825). Contributed nine lithographs for the album Gallery of Views of Pskov and its Environs Taken from Life (1837–38), including a view of the Svyatogorsky Monastery of the Dormition in Pushkinskie Gory after a drawing by Ilya Ivanov (1837) and a view of the Mirozhsky Monastery of the Transfiguration in Pskov after a drawing by Ilya Ivanov (1838). Died in an unknown location (after 1832).

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