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Author: Jaroslav Xenophonov

The founder of the Creative Union "TERRA FABERUS", who united the masters working in the technique of the blocked stone-cutting miniature, where he becomes the leader in this direction of creativity. Since 2010 actively works with a monochrome stone, preferring to create sophisticated in plastic and semantic overtones of the work. Repeated prize-winner and diploma of the International Jeweler Olympus stone-cutting art competition. Y. Xenofontov's works are in the collection of the State Hermitage Museum, the contemporary art museum Fondation Louis Vuitton in Paris, the Mineralogical Museum RAS. Fersman, private collections in Russia, the United States, Great Britain, Japan, New Zealand, Australia.

About work

This work was exhibited at the exhibition during the Faberge Conference in October 2015 at the Fabergé Museum in St. Petersburg, as well as at the collection exhibition at the Fersman Mineralogical Museum A.E. from November 2016 to the present. Published in the catalog - Best Russian Artists Decoratively Applied Art - 2017.

Collection: Maximilian Art Foundation

The collection of stone-cutting works of the Maximilian Art Foundation is one of the most outstanding and significant in Russia (more than 80 sculptures collected in 25 years) and is represented by the best masters of the St. Petersburg and German schools.

Details

Material:
Black jasper and rock crystal
Dimensions:
20 x 7.5 x 10.5 cm
Year:
2015
Number of copies:
1

Author: Vyacheslav Leontiev

St. Petersburg stone-cutter, works in this form of creativity relatively recently, but already managed to win the reputation of a first-class master in the professional community.

About work

This work was awarded a diploma at the International Stone-cutting Competition "Jewelry Olympus". It balances between the figurative and abstract plastic language, it is distinguished by painstaking and delicate carving on the whole piece of carnelian, the ability to identify and emphasize the natural properties of the stone.

Collection: Maximilian Art Foundation

The collection of stone-cutting works of the Maximilian Art Foundation is one of the most outstanding and significant in Russia (more than 80 sculptures collected in 25 years) and is represented by the best masters of the St. Petersburg and German schools.

Details

Material:
Carnelian, petrified wood
Dimensions:
19 x 8.5 x 8 cm
Year:
2014
Number of copies:
1

Author: Gennady Pylin

One of the most original and interesting modern stone-cutters in St. Petersburg and Russia. Works mainly in the genre of animal studies. G. Pylin's works are on display at the State Hermitage Museum, private collections in Russia, Britain, Germany and the United States.

Collection: Maximilian Art Foundation

The collection of stone-cutting works of the Maximilian Art Foundation is one of the most outstanding and significant in Russia (more than 80 sculptures collected in 25 years) and is represented by the best masters of the St. Petersburg and German schools.

Details

Material:
Brazilian agate
Dimensions:
7 x 7 x 20 cm
Year:
2016
Number of copies:
1

Author: Sergey Shimansky

Repeated prize-winner and diploma of the International Jeweler Olympus stone-cutting art competition. The works of S. Shimansky are in the collection of the State Hermitage, Armory Chambers of the Moscow Kremlin, private collections of Russia, the United States, Great Britain.

Collection: Maximilian Art Foundation

The collection of stone-cutting works of the Maximilian Art Foundation is one of the most outstanding and significant in Russia (more than 80 sculptures collected in 25 years) and is represented by the best masters of the St. Petersburg and German schools.

Details

Material:
White jade, quartz with rutile
Year:
2017
Number of copies:
1

Author: Gennady Pylin

One of the most original and interesting modern stone-cutters in St. Petersburg and Russia. Works mainly in the genre of animal studies. G. Pylin's works are on display at the State Hermitage Museum, private collections in Russia, Britain, Germany and the United States.

Collection: Maximilian Art Foundation

The collection of stone-cutting works of the Maximilian Art Foundation is one of the most outstanding and significant in Russia (more than 80 sculptures collected in 25 years) and is represented by the best masters of the St. Petersburg and German schools.

Details

Material:
Smoky quartz
Dimensions:
4.5 x 5 x 6.5 cm
Year:
2011
Number of copies:
1

Author: Gennady Pylin

One of the most original and interesting modern stone-cutters in St. Petersburg and Russia. Works mainly in the genre of animal studies. G. Pylin's works are on display at the State Hermitage Museum, private collections in Russia, Britain, Germany and the United States.

About work

This is the second hypostasis of Human-Wolf series. The first work is in the collection of the State Hermitage, donated to the great museum by Maxim Arzinovich in 2011.

Collection: Maximilian Art Foundation

The collection of stone-cutting works of the Maximilian Art Foundation is one of the most outstanding and significant in Russia (more than 80 sculptures collected in 25 years) and is represented by the best masters of the St. Petersburg and German schools.

Details

Material:
Smoky quartz. Rose gold and pomegranates
Dimensions:
9 x 5.5 x 5.5 cm
Year:
2016
Number of copies:
1

Author: Anton Ananiev

One of the most notable figures in the St. Petersburg stone-cutting community, a master who set the goal of constantly striving for an ideal. The first works of A. Ananiev were performed in a blocked miniature, but for several decades he prefers to cut a monochrome stone, creating complex, emotionally filled, technically virtuosic works. The works of A.Ananiev are in the collection of the State Hermitage Museum, the Armory Chambers of the Moscow Kremlin, MMOMA, the Mineralogical Museum. Academician Fersman, in private collections in Russia, Britain, Germany and the United States.

About work

This work metaphorically embodies the difficult fate of the people and the country, on the body of which each ruler left its imprint.
Exhibited during the Faberge Conference in October 2015 at the Faberge Museum in St. Petersburg, during the 4th Art Russiapaper Russia Awards ceremony in Moscow in Manege in April 2016, from November 2016 to the present at the exhibition of the collection in the Mineralogical Museum of Fersman A.E. Published in the catalog - The Best Russian Artists Decoratively Applied Art - 2017

Collection: Maximilian Art Foundation

The collection of stone-cutting works of the Maximilian Art Foundation is one of the most outstanding and significant in Russia (more than 80 sculptures collected in 25 years) and is represented by the best masters of the St. Petersburg and German schools.

Details

Material:
Rhinestone
Dimensions:
15 x 10 x 11 cm
Year:
2012
Number of copies:
1

Author: Maxim Morozov

Irkutsk stone carver, works mainly in the genre of animal studies. His range of "bestiary" is very diverse, the images of animals are expressive and range from completely realistic images to grotesque interpretations saturated with subtext.

About work

The participant of the "Silver Bubr" competition, held in Irkutsk in November 2017 in the framework of the Baikal Jewelry Show.

Collection: Maximilian Art Foundation

The collection of stone-cutting works of the Maximilian Art Foundation is one of the most outstanding and significant in Russia (more than 80 sculptures collected in 25 years) and is represented by the best masters of the St. Petersburg and German schools.

Details

Material:
Honey jade
Year:
2016
Number of copies:
1

Author: Jaroslav Xenophonov

The founder of the Creative Union "TERRA FABERUS", who united the masters working in the technique of the blocked stone-cutting miniature, where he becomes the leader in this direction of creativity. Since 2010 actively works with a monochrome stone, preferring to create sophisticated in plastic and semantic overtones of the work. Repeated prize-winner and diploma of the International Jeweler Olympus stone-cutting art competition. Y. Xenofontov's works are in the collection of the State Hermitage Museum, the contemporary art museum Fondation Louis Vuitton in Paris, the Mineralogical Museum RAS. Fersman, private collections in Russia, the United States, Great Britain, Japan, New Zealand, Australia.

About work

A four-armed company with female plastic and butterfly wings. The creature in the pose of copulation, whether giving birth, or herself fertilizes. It personifies the kundalini snake, the transformation of sexual energy into the energy of creativity and the transformation of consciousness.
This work was exhibited at the exhibition during the Faberge Conference in October 2015 at the Faberge Museum in St. Petersburg. Published in the catalog - Best Russian Artists Decoratively Applied Art - 2017г.

Collection: Maximilian Art Foundation

The collection of stone-cutting works of the Maximilian Art Foundation is one of the most outstanding and significant in Russia (more than 80 sculptures collected in 25 years) and is represented by the best masters of the St. Petersburg and German schools.

Details

Material:
Carnelian
Dimensions:
8.5 x 7.8 x 5.3 cm
Year:
2015
Number of copies:
1

Author: Jaroslav Xenophonov

The founder of the Creative Union "TERRA FABERUS", who united the masters working in the technique of the blocked stone-cutting miniature, where he becomes the leader in this direction of creativity. Since 2010 actively works with a monochrome stone, preferring to create sophisticated in plastic and semantic overtones of the work. Repeated prize-winner and diploma of the International Jeweler Olympus stone-cutting art competition. Y. Xenofontov's works are in the collection of the State Hermitage Museum, the contemporary art museum Fondation Louis Vuitton in Paris, the Mineralogical Museum RAS. Fersman, private collections in Russia, the United States, Great Britain, Japan, New Zealand, Australia.

About work

This work was exhibited at the exhibition during the Faberge Conference in October 2015 at the Faberge Museum in St. Petersburg.

Collection: Maximilian Art Foundation

The collection of stone-cutting works of the Maximilian Art Foundation is one of the most outstanding and significant in Russia (more than 80 sculptures collected in 25 years) and is represented by the best masters of the St. Petersburg and German schools.

Details

Material:
Obsidian
Dimensions:
12 x 10 x 8 cm
Year:
2015
Number of copies:
1

Author: Gennady Pylin

One of the most original and interesting modern stone-cutters in St. Petersburg and Russia. Works mainly in the genre of animal studies. G. Pylin's works are on display at the State Hermitage Museum, private collections in Russia, Britain, Germany and the United States.

Collection: Maximilian Art Foundation

The collection of stone-cutting works of the Maximilian Art Foundation is one of the most outstanding and significant in Russia (more than 80 sculptures collected in 25 years) and is represented by the best masters of the St. Petersburg and German schools.

Details

Material:
Brazilian agate
Dimensions:
17 x 7 x 8cm
Year:
2017
Number of copies:
1

Author: Anton Ananiev

One of the most notable figures in the St. Petersburg stone-cutting community, a master who set the goal of constantly striving for an ideal. The first works of A. Ananiev were performed in a blocked miniature, but for several decades he prefers to cut a monochrome stone, creating complex, emotionally filled, technically virtuosic works. The works of A.Ananiev are in the collection of the State Hermitage Museum, the Armory Chambers of the Moscow Kremlin, MMOMA, the Mineralogical Museum. Academician Fersman, in private collections in Russia, Britain, Germany and the United States.

About work

This work was exhibited at the exhibition during the Faberge Conference in October 2015 at the Faberge Museum in St. Petersburg.

Collection: Maximilian Art Foundation

The collection of stone-cutting works of the Maximilian Art Foundation is one of the most outstanding and significant in Russia (more than 80 sculptures collected in 25 years) and is represented by the best masters of the St. Petersburg and German schools.

Details

Material:
Two-color jasper
Dimensions:
16 x 6.5 x 12 cm
Year:
2015
Number of copies:
1

Author: Gennady Pylin

One of the most original and interesting modern stone-cutters in St. Petersburg and Russia. Works mainly in the genre of animal studies. G. Pylin's works are on display at the State Hermitage Museum, private collections in Russia, Britain, Germany and the United States.

Collection: Maximilian Art Foundation

The collection of stone-cutting works of the Maximilian Art Foundation is one of the most outstanding and significant in Russia (more than 80 sculptures collected in 25 years) and is represented by the best masters of the St. Petersburg and German schools.

Details

Material:
Black and green jade, silver
Dimensions:
15 x 8 x 12 cm
Year:
2015
Number of copies:
1