The Oak Hall in the House of Scientists

January 14, 2019
contest: CHANGE in Wood Culture - Heritage
$ 4800
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Daria Vasilyeva
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The Oak Hall is located in the luxurious mansion of Grand Duke Vladimir Alexandrovich, son of Alexander II, built by the architect A.I. Rezanov in the period 1867-1872. in St. Petersburg, Russia.
The Oak Hall is the grand dining hall. The walls are lined with oak panels, stucco molding imitates dark oak, the panels are painted by Russian artist-painter Vasnetsov on the themes of the Russian epic. Chandeliers made of red copper deserve special attention. This is the most unusual hall of the mansion, made in a gloomy-solemn style. Today the mansion is the House of Scientists, the oldest club for artistic activities of scientists.

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