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Entries / Kitner I.S., (1839-1929), architect

Kitner I.S., (1839-1929), architect

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KITNER Ieronim Sevastyanovich (1839, St. Petersburg - 1929), architect, member of the Academy of Architecture (1867), honorary member of Academy of Fine Arts (1911). Graduated from the School of Engineering (1859), worked in the studio of architect A.I. Stakensсhneider and completed his education in Europe (1861-65). He taught at the School of Engineering (professor, inspector), and in the Railways Institute. In 1905-17, he became the head of Architects Society. He was a follower of late Eclecticism, Rationalism, and one of the inventors of so-called brick style. Collaborated with A.I. Rezanov, A.L. Gun, V.A. Schreter. His main buildings in St. Petersburg are: the building of Agricultural Museum in the Salt Town (1 Gangutskaya Street; 1876-79), Sennoy Market (1883-1885; neither of which exist today), building of IGI (4, 2nd Krasnoarmeiskaya Street; 1881-83, together with R.B. Bernhard), building of the Artists Encouragement Fund (38 Bolshaya Morskaya Street, today the Union of Artists; 1890-93), a factory and the town house of K. Siegel (63 Marata Street ; 1888-89). From 1918, he lived in Germany.

Reference: Китнер Ю. И, Николаева Т. И. Иероним Китнер. СПб., 2000.

T. A. Slavina

Bernhard Rudolf Bogdanovich
Gun Andrey Leontievich
Kitner Ieronim Sevastianovich
Rezanov Alexander Ivanovich
Schreter Viktor Alexandrovich
Siegel Kurt Bogdanovich
Stakensсhneider Andrey Ivanovich

2nd Krasnoarmeiskaya St./Saint Petersburg, city, house 4
Bolshaya Morskaya St./Saint Petersburg, city, house 38
Gangutskaya St./Saint Petersburg, city, house 1
Marata St./Saint Petersburg, city, house 63

Николаева Т. И., Китнер Ю. И. Иероним Китнер. СПб., 2000

The subject Index
Academy of Arts
Academy of Arts
Society of Architects, Petersburg
Society of Architects, Petersburg
Historical style (Eclecticism)
"Brick Style"
Solyanoy Settlement
Society for the Encouragement of the Arts