Petersburg sculptor Alexey Arkhipov


Watch RTG TV’s new programme to find out how Alexey Arkhipov recreated the sculpture of the eagle that is perched on the famous Singer House in St. Petersburg, what inspires him and much much more about the artist’s creative life.

Alexey Arkhipov, a sculptor from St. Petersburg, was never one who actively sought the public’s approval and recognition for his work. Nevertheless, today his pieces can be found in such prestigious museums as the State Hermitage Museum and the State Russian Museum in St. Petersburg, the State Historical Museum in Moscow, the Goethe Museum in Weimar, the Paris Mint and in many other private collections all over the world. Commemorative medals, elegant statuettes, bas-reliefs and busts – pieces ranging from very small to monumental - are all part of this artist’s genius repertoire. Watch RTG TV’s new programme to find out how Alexey Arkhipov recreated the sculpture of the eagle that is perched on the famous Singer House in St. Petersburg, what inspires him and much much more about the artist’s creative life.