Klein, Roman

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Name: Klein, Roman
Gender: Male
Birth: 1858 Moskva
Death: 1924 Moskva
Description: Roman Ivanovich Klein was a Russian architect and educator, best known for his Neoclassical Pushkin Museum in Moscow. Klein, an eclectic, was one of the most prolific architects of his period, second only to Fyodor Schechtel. In 1880s-1890s, he practiced Russian Revival and Neo-Gothic exteriors; in 1900s, his knowledge of Roman and Byzantine classical architecture allowed him to integrate into the Neoclassical revival trend of that period.
Places:  Moskva
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