SCULPTOR

Ivan Martos

1754 - 1835

Ivan Martos

Ivan Petrovich Martos (Russian: Иван Петрович Мартос; Ukrainian: Іван Петрович Мартос; 1754 — 5 April 1835) was a Russian sculptor and art teacher of Ukrainian origin who helped awaken Russian interest in Neoclassical sculpture. Martos was born between Chernihiv and Poltava in city of Ichnia and enrolled at the Imperial Academy of Arts between 1764 and 1773. He was then sent to further his education with Pompeo Batoni and Anton Raphael Mengs in Rome. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Ivan Martos has received more than 16,855 page views. His biography is available in 16 different languages on Wikipedia making him the 134th most popular sculptor.

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  • 16

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Among SCULPTORS

Among sculptors, Ivan Martos ranks 134 out of 163Before him are W. J. Coffee, Katarzyna Kobro, Louise Nevelson, Kārlis Zāle, Magda Frank, and Ernst Neizvestny. After him are Tony Cragg, Sergey Merkurov, Eva Hesse, Jacob Epstein, David Černý, and Ron Mueck.

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Contemporaries

Among people born in 1754, Ivan Martos ranks 34Before him are Louis Claude Richard, Franz Anton Hoffmeister, Pierre Charles L'Enfant, Nicolas Baudin, William Murdoch, and Banastre Tarleton. After him are Hipólito Ruiz López, Vincenzo Monti, Juan Meléndez Valdés, Archibald Menzies, George Crabbe, and Abraham Baldwin. Among people deceased in 1835, Ivan Martos ranks 20Before him are Franz von Paula Schrank, John Marshall, Tomás de Zumalacárregui, Alexander McDonnell, Leopoldo Nobili, and Sally Hemings. After him are Gilbert Thomas Burnett, Thomas Hardwicke, James Hogg, William Cobbett, and Muthuswami Dikshitar.

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