Titov) Lunacharsky, Anatoly (Editor)|
KHUDOZHESTVENNY TRUD ("Artistic Labor"). Magazine of Arts No. 3
Moscow-Petrograd: Khudozhestvenniy Trud, 1923
4 issues published in all. Text in Russian. 4to (10-1/8" x 6-7/8") stapled wraps. Profusely illustrated with photographs and drawings. A piece of original wall paper serves as an illustration to the article on wallpaper design. 6000 copies only.
Editor: Anatoliy Lunacharskiy.
Authors: Anatoli Lunacharski, Lev Kuleshov, et al.
Avant-garde cover by Boris Titov.
Actors - Artistic education and propaganda - B. M. Snigirev - Biographies - Book illustrations - Chronicle - Cinema - Douglas Fairbanks and Mary Pickford - Drama - Engravings - Folk Art and artistic industry - Graphics - Museums - N. A. Kasatkin - Polygraphy - Porcelain and porcelain industry - Productive arts - Revolution - Theater - Tours - Toys - Wall-paper - Woodcarving - etc.
Getty Cat. No. 321.
Because of political reasons publishing of many early Soviet magazines was suspended, all published issues were destroyed and very few survived.
Rare. Not in MOMA, not in British Library.
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Item ID: 02030R
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