Moscow Sculptor Captures Last Tsar’s Likeness in New Bust

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Photo © Victoria Alexandrovna Tishchenko

This bust of Emperor Nicholas II, by contemporary Russian sculptor Victoria Alexandrovna Tishchenko, has truly captured the tsar’s likeness.

Born on 26 May 1986 in Moscow, Tishchenko graduated from the Institute of Management and Fashion Industry of MGUTU with a degree in economics and enterprise management. In 2012 she graduated from the Ilya Glazunov Russian Academy of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture, specializing in art and sculpture. In 2015, she graduated from the graduate school of RAZHViZ majoring in art history. She is Member of the Moscow Union of Artists and the Moscow Association of Sculptors.

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Photo © Victoria Alexandrovna Tishchenko

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Photo © Victoria Alexandrovna Tishchenko

Her other works include a bust of General Count Fyodor Arturovich Keller (1857-1918), one of only two Tsarist generals, who remained loyal to the Russian Orthodox emperor and refused to swear allegiance to the Provisional Government.

© Paul Gilbert. 18 May 2020

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