The artist is Terebenev
Buyalsky Ilya Vasilievich (1789-1866)-Honored Professor of Anatomy, Academician of the Imperial Medical and Surgical Academy. Born July 26, 1789 V C. Vorobyevka Novgorod-Seversky district of Chernigov lips., came from the Zaporizhzhya Cossacks. Primary education received at the Novgorod-Seversky County School. Then, at the end of the philosophical class in the Chernihiv seminary, in 1809 he was admitted to the medical and surgical academy. In 1814 he graduated from the Academy Course as a healer, with the appointment of an academy as a native. In 1821 he was appointed adj-professor according to the department of anatomy. In 1823 he defended his dissertation for the degree of Doctor of Medicine and Surgery. In 1827 he was appointed adjunct professor of the surgical clinic, but he soon left his posts for the disease. For the difference, he was produced in ordinary professors of the Academy in the Department of Anatomy, which he read until 1844. In 1830 he was appointed consultant to military educational institutions. From 1831 – operator of the Tsarskoye Selo Lyceum; Since 1847 – Consultant of the Mariinsky Hospital. According to the method invented by him, the bodies of the Duchess de Tarant, the cousins of Louis XVI (1814), Empress Maria Fedorovna (1828), Princess John Lovich, the wife of Tsarevich Konstantin Pavlovich (1831), and the Oldenburgsky (1843) wife (1843). Work on anatomy and surgery brought him European fame. They were especially popular "Anatomical and surgical tables" (St. Petersburg, 1828) and "Anatomical and surgical tables of cutting and fragmentation operations". He was married to Maria Petrovna Drossard (1796-1842). Portrait Gallery of the Russian Museum. Persons of Russia. SPb. 2012. With. 107. In the timing there is a portrait m. P. Buyalskaya, written in 1824 a. E. Egorov.