Benois is a surname that may refer to:

  • Any of the Benois family of Russian artists, musicians, and architects, some of whose members are:
  • Nicholas Benois (1813–1898), Russian architect
  • Albert Benois (1852–1936), Russian water-colorist, son of Nicholas Benois
  • Leon Benois (1856–1928), Russian architect, son of Nicholas Benois
  • Alexandre Benois (1870–1960), Russian painter and stage designer, son of Nicholas Benois
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Other articles related to "benois":

Alexander Pomerantsev - Educator
... its architectural school, creating three parallel graduate workshops, and assigned Leon Benois, Pomerantsev and Antony Tomishko (after the death of Tomishko in 1900 his seat was awarded to Mikhail ... (1896) was not good for Pomerantsev only one of his students passed the bar compared to ten for Benois and ten for Tomishko ... Although Pomerantsev was the eldest of three professors, Benois was clearly more popular among students, and his workhop regularly had more regular students ...
Albert Benois
... Albert Nikolayevitch Benois (Russian Альберт Николаевич Бенуа) (March 14, 1852 – May 16, 1936) was a talented Russian water-colorist ... The Benois family produced many talented artists over several generations ... Albert was the elder son of architect Nicholas Benois, brother of artist and theatrical designer Alexandre Benois, uncle of the painter Zinaida ...
Maria Kuznetsova - Personal Life and Death
... Kuznetsova's first husband was Nikolai Albertovich Benois, the son of watercolorist Albert Nikolayevich Benois (1852–1936) ... After the death of Benois, Kuznetsova wed Jules Massenet's nephew, the banker and industrialist Alfred Massenet ...
Ballets Russes And Descendants - The Company's Genesis
... The World of Art, led by Alexandre Benois, had produced painting exhibitions and published a culture magazine ... In 1907 Benois and his circle conceived the idea of bringing Russian nationalist opera to Paris ... They were warmly received, and Benois made plans for another season the following year ...