(b. 1955) Modern sculptor and artist, Nikolay Aleksandrovich, half of his life spent in Uzbek SSR. After dissolution of USSR already a well-known artist had to abandon Uzbekistan like many people of non-Uzbek nationality from there. In 1994 he settled down in Lomonosov (a town in Saint-Petersburg area), where he saved a piece of our cultural heritage – almost ruined house of admiral Anjou – and turned it to a workshop. You may see Karlykhanov’s works in state museums (like Tretyakov gallery in Moscow or museum of Arts in Tashkent) and in streets of cities and towns. In this category you will find the most interesting sculptures that decorate Saint-Petersburg and Leningrad region.