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The Country House of P.P. Chistyakov (an ensemble of the Separated Park)

Categories / Tsarskoe Selo and town of Pushkin. The digital chronological reference book/Monuments of history and culture

Building the country house of the artist and the Academy of Arts Professor P.P. Chistyakov was connected with the special art “colony” in the Separated Park where famous artists - K.A. Gorbunov, M.N. Vasilyev, N.A. Lavrov, M.V. Kharlamov, N.YE. Sverchkov - lived and worked. Acoording to the order of Alexander II in 1874 the architect A.F. Vidov and the garden master V.I. Miller laid out a part of the park territory for building country houses with art studios. In 1876-1877 a house was built to the design of the architect A.X. Kolba on the plot of N.N. Lavrova and her sister L.N. Ogloblina, daughters of the artist N.A. Lavrov. P.P. Chistyakov took part in building the house and in 1881 he became the owner of this house. P.P. Chistyakov lived and worked here in summer and was often visited by friends and students. After 1914, when Chistyakov resigned the Academy of Arts, he lived and worked here permanently until his death in 1919. In 1987 the Memorial Museum of P.P. Chistyakov was opened here.

Semenova Galina Victorovna

Alexander II, Emperor
Chistyakov Pavel Petrovich
Gorbunov, kirill Antonovich
Kharlamov M.V.
Kolb Alexander Christoforovich
Lavrov Nikolay Andreevich
Ogloblina, L.N.
Sverchkov, N.E.
Vasilyev, Mikhail Nikolayevich
Vidov Alexander Fomich
Vidov Alexander Fomich

Moskovskoe Freeway/Pushkin, town, house 23


The country house of P.P. Chistyakov, a professor of painting of the Academy of Arts, who has been living there until 1919, was built on Moscow Road to the design by the architect A. Kolba and with the participation of P.P. Chistyakov
Source: Tsarskoe Selo