Lenin) Zilberstein, I.|
LENIN ("Lenin In Sketches and Memoirs of Contemporaries"). First Edition.
Moscow-Leningrad: GIZ, 1928.
Text in Russian. Card covers. Illustrated. Cover by M. Kirnarsky. 3000 copies only. Illustrations: Dobuzhinsky, Altman, Chekhonin, et al. [Kirnarsky, Mark (1893-1941?): graphic artist, book designer. Studied in VKhUTEMAS, the famous school of Russian avant-garde. Exhibited: in 1923 (Petrograd) with Tatlin, Filonov, Chernikhov; in 1927 (Leipzig) with Altman, Lissitzky; in 1928 (Cologne) with Klutsis, Telingater; in 1931 (Paris) with Popova (p/h), Rodchenko, Stepanova, etc. - Dobuzhinsky, Mstislav (1875-1957): the famous Russian and Lithuanian artist. Graphic artist, painter, theater artist. Studied in Munich. One of major artists of "World of Art". Emigrated in 1925. From 1939 lived in the United States. Exhibited in 1919 (Petrograd) with Altman, Boris Grigoriev, Roerich; in 1922 (Berlin) with Archipenko, Burliuk, Chagall, Gabo, Kliun, Klutsis, Lissitzky, Malevich, Puni (Pougny), Rozanova, Stepanova, Tatlin; in 1923 (Petrograd) with Chernikhov, Filonov, Larionov I.; in 1924 (New York) with Bakst, Chekhonin; in 1925 (Paris) with Annenkov, Kandinsky, Mayakovsky, Popova, Rodchenko, Stenberg, Stepanova, Ilia Zdanevich; in 1929 (Copenhagen) with Benois, Somoff; etc. - Chekhonin, Sergei (1878-1936 Germany): Well-known Russian and Soviet avant-garde artist. Painter, graphic artist. Posters, porcelain, bookplates, agitprop. "World of Art", "Dom Iskusstv", "Obshchina Khudozhnikov", AKhRR. Exhibited in 1922 (Berlin) with Archipenko, Chagall, Dobuzhinsky, Exter, Filonov, Gabo, Kandinsky, Lissitzky, Malevich, Popova, Puni (Pougny), Rodchenko, Rozanova, Stenberg, Stepanova, Tatlin, etc. - Altman, Nathan (1889-1970): Famous Russian and Soviet Jewish avant-garde artist. Paintings, graphics, sculpture, theater, posters, book design, porcelain, agitprop. Studied in Odessa and in Paris. Exhibited from 1906 ("World of Art", "Knave of Diamonds", "Union of Youth", etc) in 1922 (Berlin) with Archipenko, Chagall, Filonov, Gabo, Lissitzky, Malevich, Puni (Pougny), Rozanova, Tatlin; in 1925 (Paris) with Kandinsky, Mayakovsky, Popova, Rodchenko, etc.. Worked for Jewish theater, illustrated Jewish books. - Rare]
Item ID: 01201R
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