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On the role of the Russian academy of Arts in training of ar-chitects, artists and art critics for the region of Siberia

T.M. Stepanskaya
80,00 Р


The doctor of art criticism, the professor,
the member of the Russian Union of artists ,
the head of the department of history of domestic and foreign art,
Altay state university, Barnaul
Advantages of Russian academic school in training of architects and artists for the region of Siberia are presented by the author. Shown are some memorials of architecture and graphic creativity of Siberia, history of which is connected with activity of pupils of the Russian Academy of Arts.
Key words: architectural school of Russia, factory architect, architects, artists, pupils of Arts academy, art criticism environment, academic art, professionalism.
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