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 Fyodor Bruni

 

 

Fyodor Bruni     
 

Fyodor (Fidelio) Antonovich Bruni (Russian: Федор (Фиделио) Антонович Бруни) (June 10, 1799, Milan - August 30 (N.S. September 11), 1875, Saint Petersburg) was a Russian painter of Italian descent.

Fyodor Bruni studied in Rome, but returned to Saint Petersburg, where he eventually became director of the Academy of Fine Arts. His principal works are The Death of Camilla , Christ in the Garden of Gethsemane, The Brazen Serpent, and various figures in the Cathedral of St. Isaac. From 1866 till his death, he superintended the School of Mosaics at Saint Petersburg.
 

 


The Virgin and Child
1858

 

 


Vakhant

 

 


Bacchant Giving Cupid a Drink
1828
The Russian Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia

 

 


Prayer of the bowl

 

 


The Ministry of Angels
1854

 

 


Nehushtan
1841
565x852 cm
The State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia

 

 


Portrait of Z.A. Volkonskaya

 

 


Apostle John

 

 


The Virgin and Child, rest on their way to Egypt
1838

 

 


Saint Cecilia
1825
The State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia

 

 


The Great Martyr Saint Catherine
1841
The State Radishchev Museum of Fine Arts, Saratov, Russia

 

 


The Virgin and Child in the roses
1843
The Tretyakov Gallery in Moscow, Russia

 

 


The death of Camille, the sisters of Horace
1824
350x526,5 cm
The State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia

 

 


Madonna With Child
1835

 

 


Self-Portrait
1810s

 
 

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