Aleksandr Vesnin was a renowned Russian artist and architect who is most famous for his Constructivist inspired works. His early career can be traced to the World of Art movement that arose in Saint Petersburg, Russia during the the beginning of the twentieth century. His work was heavily influenced by this early art movement and he is best known for creating designs for monuments, theater sets, and architectural plans which utilized his own blend of Constructivism. Some of his most notable works include his sculptures of Lenin, The Monument to the Third International, and the Red Wedge Monument.
Aleksandr Vesnin, Constructivism, Russian Artist, Architecture, World of Art
— Mei Wang
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