Kazakov, Matvey Feodorovich
Kazakov collaborated with Quarengi and others on the Sheremetev Palace, Ostankino (1791–8), one of the grandest houses of the time, with an opulent theatre and various pavilions in the grounds, including ‘Italian’ and even ‘Egyptian’ fabriques. As a Goth he produced curious effects, as in the Petrovsky Palace, near Moscow (1775–82).
G. Hamilton (1983);
Middleton & and Watkin (1987)
Jane Turner (1996)
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