Stefan Shiller

Stefan Schiller (Polish: Stefan Szyller; 1857—1933) was a Polish architect, eclectic representative, academician of the Imperial Academy of Arts.

Stefan Shiller
Stefan Szyller
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Born(1857-09-04)September 4, 1857
DiedJune 22, 1933(1933-06-22) (aged 75)
EducationMember Academy of Arts (1888)[1]
Alma materImperial Academy of Arts (1881)[1]
Known forArchitecture
Awards(1881)[1]

BiographyEdit

Graduate of the Imperial Academy of Arts (1881). During his studies he received awards from the Academy of Arts: a small silver medal (1878), a large silver medal (1879), a small gold medal (1880) for the program “Project of the City Council”, a large gold medal (1881) for the program “Project of the district court in the capital. " Cool artist 1st degree. The title of academician (1888). The main works made in the Renaissance and Baroque style are in the Polish capital.[1]

Moved to Warsaw (1888). In Warsaw and its surroundings, Schiller created about 700 Renaissance and Baroque buildings and restored many historical buildings. Schiller was the chief editor of an architectural magazine and architect of the city of Warsaw.

BooksEdit

  • Do we have Polish architecture? (1916)
  • The tradition of folk architecture in Polish architecture (1917).

WorksEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d Directory of the Imperial Academy of Arts 1915, p. 412.

LiteratureEdit

  • С. Н. Кондаков (1915). Юбилейный справочник Императорской Академии художеств. 1764-1914 (in Russian). 2. p. 412.