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Sadovnikov, Pyotr Semyonovich (1796 - 1877), an architect

Subject / Architecture/Personnel

Pyotr Semyonovich Sadovnikov (1796 - 1877), an architect. He was V.S. Sadovnikov's brother. He descended from serves of the Prince Golitsin. P.S. Sadovnikov learned from A.N. Voronikhin, graduated incomplete course of the St. Petersburg Academy of Arts (1814-1816). During 1817-1845 P.S. Sadovnikov was the family architect of the Counts Stroganovs. In 1830 he was liberated from serfdom and in 1838 he got the title of a free artist of the Academy of Arts (1849). During 1857-1863 Sadovnikov was an architect of the Stable department. P.S. Sadovnikov's independent creative work started from building several houses and a stone church in Gorodnya (Kaliga Oblast), the estate of the Golitsins. He built the palace and park ensemble in the estate of Count Orlov in Strelna (1833-1839), the building of the Stable Museum in St. Petersburg (1857-1860) and other constructions. He built more then 15 constructions (including the Church Of the Holy Trinity) and remade interiors of the manor-house in the estate Maryino (see the article: Maryino). Pyotr Semyonovich Sadovnikov died in St. Petersburg and was buried in the Volkovskoye Orthodox cemetery.

Chekanova, Olga Aleksandrovna

Orlov, Aleksey Fyodorovich
Sadovnikov, Pyotr Semyonovich
Sadovnikov, Vasily Semyonovich
Stroganovs, the
The Golitsyns
Voronikhin, Andrey Nikiforovich

Наумова А.Н. Крепостной архитектор П.С.Садовников // Архитектурное наследие и реставрация. М., 1984., 201-216
Архитекторы-строители Санкт-Петербурга сер. XIX – нач. ХХ вв.: Справочник / Под общей ред. Б.М. Кирикова. СПб., 1996., 272-273

Subject Index
Maryino, a country estate
The Church of the Holy Trinity (Andrianovo Village, Tosno District)