Russian architect. He studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in St. Petersburg and in Italy, where he met K. Bryullov. He built the Cathedral of Christ the Savior, the Grand Kremlin Palace, the State Arms Reserve, railway stations in Moscow and St. Petersburg.
In the guise of KA Ton, known for his sober poise, Bryullov saw a mental turmoil. His wide eyebrows jerked, the glance turned gloomily inquiring, his head dropped. But no matter how rebellious the experiences are and the soul is excited, they are expressed in a reserved form