|Andreas Schlüter (1664–1714)|
German sculptor and architect
|Date of birth/death||1714|
|Location of birth/death||Hamburg or Gdańsk||Saint Petersburg|
English: Andreas Schlüter (May 20 1664 or 1662 – May 1714) was a German baroque sculptor and architect associated with the Petrine Baroque style of architecture and decoration.
- facade of the Royal Chapel, Gdańsk, 1681
- sculptures on the facade of Wilanów Palace, Warsaw, after 1681
- sculptures on the pediment of Krasiński Palace, Warsaw, 1682-3, 1689-93
- epitaph of Adam Zygmunt Konarski, St. Mary's Cathedral of the Assumption, Frombork, after 1683
- altar and crucifix in church, Węgrów near Warsaw, 1688-90
- sepulchral sculptures of the Sobieski family, Zhovkva near Przemyśl, 1692-93
- altar in Czerniaków church, Warsaw, 1690
- portrait bishop Jan Małachowski in Wawel Cathedral, Kraków 1693
- equestrian statue of Frederick William, Elector of Brandenburg, now in the forecourt of Charlottenburg Palace, Berlin, 1689-1703 , with a copy in the Berlin Bode-Museum
- amber room (reconstruction) in the Catherine Palace of Tsarskoye Selo near Saint Petersburg, 1701
- pulpit, St. Mary's Church, Berlin, 1703
- Ceremonial sarcophagi for King Friedrich I and Sophie Charlotte; Berlin Cathedral
This category has the following 16 subcategories, out of 16 total.
- ► 20 Długi Targ Square in Gdańsk (9 F)
- ► Hauptaltar in St Nikolai in Stralsund (23 F)
- ► Krasiński Palace (1 C, 72 F)
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