Imperial Academy of Arts, Education workshop

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from wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Imperial_Academy_of_Arts)

The Russian Academy of Arts, informally known as the St. Petersburg Academy of Arts, was opened by Count Ivan Shuvalov under the name Academy of the Three Noblest Arts in 1757.
The academy had been located in Shuvalov's palace on Sadovaya Street until 1764, when Catherine the Great renamed it the Imperial Academy of Arts and commissioned its first rector, Alexander Kokorinov, to design a new building for the academy. It took 25 years to construct the Neoclassical edifice. Konstantin Thon was responsible for the sumptuous decoration of the interiors. He also designed a quayside in front of the edifice and adorned it with two 3000-year-old sphinxes, which had to be brought from Egypt.
Ivan Betskoy reorganized the academy into a de-facto government department which supervised matters concerning art throughout the country, distributing orders and awarding ranks to artists. The academy vigorously promoted the principles of Neoclassicism by sending the most notable Russian painters abroad, in order to learn the ancient and Renaissance styles of Italy and France. It also had its own sizable collection of choice artworks intended for study and copying.


Egyptian sphinxes lining Academy Quay (1835).
In the mid-19th-century the Academism of training staff, much influenced by the doctrines of Dominique Ingres, was challenged by a younger generation of Russian artists who asserted their freedom to paint in a Realistic style. The adherents of this movement became known as peredvizhniki and, led by Ivan Kramskoi, publicly broke with the Academy and started its own exhibitions which traveled from town to town across Russia. Ilya Repin, Mikhail Vrubel and some other painters, however, still regarded the academy's training as indispensable for development of basic professional skills.
After the advancement of 20th century modernism, European and American art schools, embraced thinkers who rebelled against nineteenth century academic and historicist traditions, believing the "traditional" forms of art, architecture, literature, religious faith, social organization and daily life were becoming outdated. While art education in the West was changing, traditional academic teachings were nourished in Russian/Soviet Academies.

“As a school, Soviet Socialist Realism surpassed the best naturalist and realist genre painting in the West during the third quarter of the twentieth century! It was a 'renaissance of realism' behind the Iron Curtain.” - Vern Grosvenor Swanson
During the years of the Soviet era, academies were free (financed by the government), but incredibly competitive. Many students would continuously apply for sometimes six, seven years in a row to be accepted to the Academy, without success. With twenty available spots thousands of applicants, the competition was brutal.
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Lloc: город Санкт-Петербург, Russian Federation

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Internal premise at the Stieglitz St. Petersburg State Academy of Art and Industry

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Assembly hall at the Stieglitz St. Petersburg State Academy of Art and Industry.

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Inside the washing machine :)

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This panoram were taken inside the washing machine. Some time ago, I saw panos like this witch were made using a mirror ball, so I tried to...

Imperial Academy of Arts, Education workshop

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from wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Imperial_Academy_of_Arts) The Russian Academy of Arts, informally known as the St. Petersburg...

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Internal premise at the Stieglitz St. Petersburg State Academy of Art and Industry

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I can fly!

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Inginerny Zamok, Saint-Petersburg, Russia

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This panorame taken near the "Inginerny Zamok" castle in Saint-Petersburg, Russia.

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