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Benois Albert (Aleksandrovith)

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Benois Albert (Aleksandrovith). Venice. Fine art postcard A6
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Albert Benois 1888 (St. Petersburg) - 1960 (Paris)
Albert Benois is a little-known in Russia architect and artist; he is the representative of a dynasty given a line of the remarkable figures of art. Nicholas Benois is on the top of this line. He is a well-known architect and also a professor of the Academy of Applied Arts. N. Benois is a great-uncle of Albert. The history of a Benois dynasty in Russia began in 1794, when from France a confectioner Lui Jul Benois arrived at Russia (1770-1822). He was working at a courtyard of Pavel I. The Albert Benois father was an aquarellist Alexander Benois (Konskyi).

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