(b. 1745, Firenze, d. 1820, Dresden)
The summer residence of Pavlovsk was built by Charles Cameron for the future Tsar, Paul I. The self-contained ensemble of palace and landscaped park - with its pavilions, cascades, artificial ruins, avenues and river - harmoniously combined the principles of Neoclassical architecture with an English-style Romantic park (reconstructed after World War II).
Cameron was involved in the interior design, but most of the work was done by his Italian pupil, Vincenzo Brenna.
The photo shows the interior of the Greek Room in the Pavlovsk Palace.