Formal Enfilade of the Yelagin Palace (exhibition)
Thanks to the inspired work of architect Carlo Rossi, the interiors of Yelagin Palace had no equal in Russian architecture during the first quarter of the 19th century, both in terms of stylistic perfection and brilliance of execution. Documents related to the work of the architect who reconstructed the palace reveal a remarkable fact: production of interior decorations was entrusted solely to Russian factories and workshops. Contemporaries noted that the result was an exhibition of sorts, featuring works by Russia’s art industry.
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