Vladimir Lukyanov

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Vladimir Lukyanov

Vladimir Sergeevich Lukyanov (born August 18, 1945) is a Russian architect, painter and graphic artist.

Lukyanov was born in Leningrad and educated at the Saint Petersburg Art and Industry Academy.[1] Early in his career he designed buildings and facilities for Siberia and the Far North, influenced by his graduate school professor, architect Alexander Shipkov. Lukyanov's most notable architectural work are his memorials. In both his architecture and visual arts Lukyanov takes on neo-classical themes and style.

Lukyanov has been a member of the Union of Soviet Architects since 1980. His wife Tatyana V. Lukyanov is a noted artist.

Work

Lykyanov's major work includes:

References

  1. ^ http://artru.info/ar/42511/ (Russian language)


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