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Entries / Sukhanov S.X., (1769-1840s), stonecutter, sculptor

Sukhanov S.X., (1769-1840s), stonecutter, sculptor

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SUKHANOV Samson Xenofontovich (1769-1840s, St. Petersburg), stonecutter, sculptor. Moved to St. Petersburg around 1800. Many orders for building were fulfilled by him or under his supervision. His most important works in stone in St. Petersburg are several sculpture-groups on the attic of the Bourse building (Neptune with Two Rivers and Navigation, the 1810-20s), rostral columns with four symbolic figures of four Russian rivers (the 1810-20s), the Vasilievsky Island Strelka Embankment, a sculpture composition of the Mining Institute porch (according to the models of sculptor V.I. Demut-Malinovsky and S.S. Pimenov), images of Attic warriors on tower of the Main Admiralty (by models of F.F. Shchedrin), a number of columns for Kazan Cathedral and St. Isaac's Cathedral, and plinths for monuments to M.I. Kutuzov and M.B. Barclay de Tolly (1832-36). He lived in his own house at 50 Pryazhka Embankment.

O. A. Chekanova.

Barclay de Tolly Mikhail Bogdanovich, Prince (Mikhael Andreas)
Demut-Malinovsky Vasily Ivanovich
Kutuzov (Golenishchev-Kutuzov) Mikhail Illarionovich, Gracious Prince
Pimenov Stepan Stepanovich
Shchedrin Feodosy Fedorovich
Sukhanov Samson Xenofontovich

Pryazhka River Embankment/Saint Petersburg, city, house 50

Памятники архитектуры Ленинграда. 4-е изд., перераб. Л., 1975

The subject Index
Plekhanov State Mining Institute, St. Petersburg
Kazan Cathedral
St. Isaac's Cathedral