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1943—Mikhail Shemyakin, painter, sculptor, is born.
Monuments and sculptural compositions by Shemyakin are set up in New York (Kibela: Goddess of Fertility), Paris (St. Petersburg Carnival), Venice (statue of Jacomo Casanova), and other cities of the world. In 2001 he sets up a monument to Peter I the Great (Russian Emperor) in London in honour of the 300th anniversary of the Great Embassy in Russia. In 1993 Mikhail Shemyakin receives the National Prize of Russian Federation in literature and art.

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