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The Creative Legacy of Konstantin Rausch von Traubenberg

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Abstract This article reassesses the art of sculptor Baron Konstantin Rausch von Traubenberg, one of many Russian émigré artists who fell into oblivion during the Soviet era. He worked in a variety of materials and genres, created portraits of his contemporaries, equestrian figurines, historical and genre groups, models for the firm of Fabergé & Co., and commissions for the Imperial Porcelain Factory in St. Petersburg. His multifaceted career, launched already before the revolution, constitutes a significant phenomenon when examined in conjunction with his subsequent work abroad.

Affiliations: 1: State Hermitage Museum


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