Filonov and his school) Maisky, I. M. (Foreword)|
KALEVALA: A Finnish Folk Epic
Moscow-Leningrad: Academia, 1933
Illustrated by the Masters of Analytic Art ( Filonov's pupils).
Translation by L. P. Bel'sky. Editor D. B. Bubrikh.
Artists: Alisa Poret, Elena Bortsova, Konstantin Vakhrameev, Liubov' Tagrina, Mikhail Tsibasov (Tsybasov), Nina Ivanova, Pavel Zal'tsman, Sof'ia Zaklikovskaya, Tatyana Glebova, et al.
Artistic Editor Pavel Filonov.
Text in Russian. 4to (10" x 7") Cloth decorated to boards and spine. 330, (i) pp. + plates. Many illustrations (in text and on separate sheets). Ribbon.
MOMA Cat. No. 1023. British Library Cat. No. 165.
Rare. Not in Getty. Not in NYPL.
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Item ID: 04243R
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