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Aleksey Petrovich Antropov
 

 

Antropov Aleksey Petrovich


(b 14 March 1716; d St Petersburg, 12 June 1795). Russian painter. He trained at the Construction Office in St Petersburg, where his teachers included Ivan Vishnyakov, in whose team of painters Antropov later worked. He participated in the decorative painting of the Winter Palace and other imperial residences in St Petersburg and its environs. In 1752 he embarked on painting Andreyevsky Cathedral in Kiev and produced icons for its iconostasis. He returned to St Petersburg in 1758 and then trained for two years with Pietro Antonio Rotari. Soon afterwards he was appointed principal supervisor of the artists and icon painters of the Synod.

 


Uknknown Lady

 

 


Portrait of Elizabeth of Russia

 

 


Portrait of Great Duchess Ekateriana Alexeyevna (future Catherine II)

 

 


Portrait of Catherine II
before 1766

 

 


Portrait of Catherine II

 

 


Portrait of Grand Duke Peter Fedotovich (later Peter III)

 

 


Peter III

 

 


Portrait of Empress Elizaveta Petrovna

 

 


Portrait of Peter the Great
1772

 

 


Portrait of Princess T. A. Trubetzkaya

 

 


Portrait of Catherine II the Great

 

 


Portrait of archbishop Gavriil Petrov

 

 


Portrait of Anna Vasiliyevna Buturlina

 

 


Portrait of M.A. Rumyantseva
1764

 

 


Portrait of Father Fyodor Dubyansky

 

 

 

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