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Lunacharsky, Anatoly.
KINO NA ZAPADE I U NAS ("Cinema in the West and Here")
Leningrad: Tea-Kino-Pechat', 1928.
First (and the only) edition. Text in Russian. Soft cover. (Constructivist design by Boris Titov). Illustrated. 4000 copies only. [Lunacharsky, Anatoly (1875-1933): the Famous Russian and Soviet writer, art critic. Was the minister of culture in 1920s. - Titov, Boris: well-known book designer and illustrator. Worked with Al'tman. Exhibited in 1927 (Leipzig) with Lissitzky; in 1928 (Cologne) with Klutsis, Telingater; in 1931 (Paris) with Popova, etc. - Rare]

Item ID: 00234R

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Lunacharsky, Anatoly.
PODZHIGATELI ("The Arsonists"). Play.
Moscow: Krasnaya Nov', 1924.
First Edition. Text in Russian. Tall 8vo (9 x 6) Soft Cover. Constructivist cover by N[ikolay] D[enisovsky]. [Lunacharsky, Anatoly (1875-1933): the Famous Russian and Soviet writer, art critic. Was the minister of culture in 1920's. Nikolay Denisovsky: Soviet Avant-garde artist, member of OST.]

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Lunacharsky, Anatoly, et al. (Introduction)
PERVAYA TEATRAL'NO-DEKORATSIONNAYA VYSTAVKA (Catalog of the First Theater Stage-Design Exhibition.)
Moscow: MAKhD, 1929.
First (and the only) Edition. Text in Russian. Stapled Wraps. [Among the participants: Nina Aizenberg, Aleksandr Naumov, Aleksandr Rodchenko, Varvara Stepanova and other Avant-garde artists.]

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Lunacharsky, Anatoly; Bezymensky, Alexandr, et al. Stenberg Brothers.
Magazine: 30 DNEI ("30 Days") 1925 No. 2.
Moscow: 1925.
4to (10-1/4 x 6-3/4) Softcover. Text in Russian. Illustrated. Constructivist cover by Stenberg Brothers. Illustrations by V. Kozlinsky, S. Lodygin, Frans Masereel, et al. Illustrated article on Meyerhold play. Two pages torn with one piece missing. [Bezymensky, Aleksandr (1898-19??): well-known Russian Soviet poet. Participated in Russian Revolution. Proletkul't. Patriotic poetry (Komsomol, Lenin, satirical poetry). Follower of Mayakovsky. - Lunacharsky, Anatoly (1875-1933): a famous Russian and Soviet writer, art critic. Was the minister of culture in 1920s. - Stenberg Brothers (Georgy 1900-1933, Vladimir 1899-1982): Soviet avant-garde artists, constructivists. Posters, design, Agitprop, exhibitions, street design. Members of OBMOKhU with Rodchenko. Members of "Oktiabr'" ("October") with Vesnin brothers, Klutsis, Lissitzky, Meyerhold, Diego Rivera, Eisenstein. Worked for Moscow Chamber Theater. Exhibited in 1922 (Berlin) with Popova, Puni (Pougny), Chagall, Rozanova, Filonov, Archipenko, Gabo, Kandinsky, Malevich, etc. - Exhibited at 'The Great Utopia" in Guggenheim Museum in 1992]

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Lunacharsky, Anatoly.
KONTSERT ("Concert"). Poem. First Edition.
Moscow: Nikitinskiye Subbotniki, 1926.
4to (10-1/4 x 7) Softcover. Text in Russian. Illustrated. 2000 copies only. Avant-garde drawings by M. P. Getmansky. [Lunacharsky, Anatoly (1875-1933): the Famous Russian and Soviet writer, art critic. Was the minister of culture in 1920s. - Rare].

Item ID: 00488R

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Lunacharsky, Anatoly, et al. (Introduction)
PERVAYA TEATRAL'NO-DEKORATSIONNAYA VYSTAVKA (Catalog of the First Theater Stage-Design Exhibition.)
Moscow: MAKhD, 1929.
First (and the only) Edition. Text in Russian. Stapled Wraps. 2000 copies only. [Among the participants: Nina Aizenberg, Aleksandr Naumov, Aleksandr Rodchenko, Varvara Stepanova and other Avant-garde artists.]

Item ID: 00520R

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Lunacharsky, Anatoly; Trotsky, Leon, et al. Edited by Ya. Rozanov.
VOPROSY ISKUSSTVA V SVETE MARKSIZMA ("Art Issues in the Light of Marxism"). Collection of Articles. First edition.
Kiev: GIZ Ukrainy, 1925.
Tall 8vo (9 x 6) Softcover. Text in Russian. 317 pp. Bibliography. [Lunacharsky, Anatoly (1875-1933): a famous Russian and Soviet writer, art critic. Was the minister of culture in 1920s. - Very Rare.]

Copies of this book were systematically withdrawn from libraries and bookshops and destroyed by the order of Soviet government. ("Collated List of Books to Be Withdrawn from Libraries and Book Trading Network" page 65.)

Item ID: 00623R

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Lunacharsky, Anatoly.
ISKUSSTVO I REVOLIUTSIYA ("Art and Revolution"). First edition.
Moscow: Novaya Moskva, 1924
Softcover. Text in Russian. 229, [II] pp. Bibliography. 5000 copies only. [On Art, Revolution, Politics, Propaganda, Productive Arts, the famous 1922 exhibition of Russian avant-garde in Berlin (Kandinsky, Archipenko, Tatlin), "World of Art (Diagilev, Bakst), etc. - Lunacharsky, Anatoly (1875-1933): the Famous Russian and Soviet writer, art critic. Was the minister of culture in 1920s. - Very Rare.]

Copies of this book were systematically withdrawn from libraries and bookshops and destroyed by the order of Soviet government. ("Collated List of Books to Be Withdrawn from Libraries and Book Trading Network" page 217.)

Item ID: 00673R

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Lunacharsky, Anatoly.
DIALOG OB ISKUSSTVE ("Dialog on Art")
Moscow: Proletarskaya Kul'tura, 1919.
Text in Russian. 6-3/4 x 5 Stapled wraps.. [Lunacharsky, Anatoly (1875-1933): the famous Russian and Soviet writer, art critic. Was the minister of culture in 1920s. - Rare.]

Item ID: 00826R

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Miturich) Lunacharsky, Anatoly, Arthur Lurye, et al.
VESTNIK NARODNOGO PROSVESHCHENIYA SOYUZA KOMMUN... ("Bulletin of People's Education of the Union of Communes of the Northern Province"). [Public Education Magazine]. 1918 No. 6-8
Petrograd, 1918
Text in Russian. Small folio (12" x 8-1/2") softcover. Portraits of Lunacharsky by Ivan Bogdanovich Streblov. Authors: Anatoly Lunacharskiy, Arthur Lurye, et al. Covers by Petr Miturich.

Culture - Propaganda - Art - Book reviews - Chronicle - Libraries - Music - Politics - Public Education - Engineering - Lunacharsky - Arthur Lurie - Krupskaya - Etc.

Because of political reasons publishing of many early Soviet magazines was stopped, all published issues were destroyed and very few survived.

Rare. Not in MOMA, not in British Library.

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Item ID: 01687R

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Lunacharsky, Anatoly
ISKUSHENIYE ("Temptation". Poetical Fairy-Tale.) First Edition
Moscow: VKhUTEMAS, 1922

A play written by Anatoliy Lunacharskiy and published by VKhUTEMAS.

Text in Russian. 7" x 4-1/2" softcover. Design: Constructivism.

Reproduced in VHUTEMAS (see p. 120).

Very Rare. Not in MOMA, not in Getty, not in British Library.

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Item ID: 01833R

Price: $445.00

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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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Various Artists and Authors) Lunacharsky, Anatoly (Editor-in-chief)
ISKUSSTVO TRUDIASHCHIMSYA ("Art to the Working People"). Magazine of Theater - Cinema - Music - Painting - Sculpture - Architecture. 1925 No. 33
Moscow: NKhS GUS, 1925

4to (10" x 6-3/4") stapled wraps. Text in Russian. Illustrated with photographs: SINYAYA BLUZA ("Blue Blouse"), etc. Illustrated cover (Constructivism).

Editor-in-chief: Anatoliy Lunacharskiy.
Editorial Board and authors: Sergei Gorodetsky, et al.
Authors: Sergey Gorodetskiy, Vladimir Nemirovich-Danchemko, et al.

Actors - Architecture - Biographies - Children - Chronicle - Cinema - Clubs - Correspondence - Criticism - Dance - Discussions - Drama - Graphics - History - Librettos - Music - Obituaries - Opera - Operetta - Painting - Programs - Satire and humor - Scenery - Variety show - etc.

Scarce. Not in MOMA, not in Getty, not in British Library. .

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Item ID: 02058R

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Titov) Lunacharsky, Anatoly (Editor)
KHUDOZHESTVENNY TRUD ("Artistic Labor"). Magazine of Arts No. 1
Moscow-Petrograd: Khudozhestvenniy Trud, 1923

4 issues published in all (This is the first one). Text in Russian. 4to (10-1/8" x 6-7/8") stapled wraps. Illustrated with photographs and drawings. 5000 copies only.
Two pieces of original textile serve as illustrations to the article on textile design.

Editor: Anatoliy Lunacharskiy.
Avant-garde cover by Boris Titov.
Among the artists: Aleksandr Osmerkin, Georgy Yakulov, Olga Glebova-Sudeikina, Petr Konchalovsky, Robert Falk, Sergey Yutkevich, Vladimir Shchuko, Wassily Masjutin, et al.

VKhUTEMAS - Actors - Applied Arts - Architecture - Book illustrations - Chronicle - Cinema - Correspondence - Drama - Engravings - Exhibitions - Folk Art and artistic industry - Graphics - Japanese Art - Monuments - Music - Opera - Orlenev - Philately - Sociology - Textile - Theater - Toys - 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.

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Item ID: 02060R

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Lunacharsky, Anatoly, et al. (Introduction)
Exhibition Catalogue: PERVAYA TEATRAL'NO-DEKORATSIONNAYA VYSTAVKA ("First Theater-Scenery Exhibition"). First Edition
Moscow: MAKhD, 1929

Intro by Anatoly Lunacharsky. Catalogue of a group exhibition MAKhD. Among the artists: Aleksandr Rodchenko, Varvara Stepanova, Nina Aizenberg, Aleksandr Naumov, and other Avant-garde artists.

Text in Russian. Stapled wraps. Constructivist cover. 2000 copies only.

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Item ID: 02095R

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Chebotarev, Gavrilov, Lunacharsky) Fomin, Anatoly
NA PUTI K ISKUSSTVU BUDUSHCHEGO ("On the Way to Art of the Future. Revolution in Paintings by K. Chebotaryov"). First Edition
Kazan': GKhI, 1922

A book on the Avant-garde artist Konstantin Chebotariov.

Text in Russian, mimeographed. Soft cover. 150 copies only.
A presentation copy to the Minister of Culture Anatoly Lunacharskiy from Kazan' State Artistic Institute (Kazan' VKhUTEMAS) warmly inscribed and signed on behalf of the Institute by its rector Fedor Gavrilov (who also designed the cover).

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Item ID: 02361R

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Titov, Aseev, et al.) Lunacharsky, Anatoly (Editor)
KHUDOZHESTVENNY TRUD ("Artistic Labor"). Magazine of Arts. No. 1, 2, 3
Moscow-Petrograd: Khudozhestvenniy Trud, 1923

Three of four issues published in all.

Text in Russian. 4to (10-1/8" x 6-7/8") stapled wraps. Illustrated with photographs and drawings. 5000 - 6000 copies only.

Two pieces of original textile serve as illustrations to the article on textile design of the 1st issue.
A piece of original wall paper serves as an illustration to the article on wallpaper design of the 3rd issue.

Editor: Anatoliy Lunacharskiy.
Authors: Anatoli Lunacharski, Boris Ternovets, Lev Kuleshov, Nikolay Aseev, et al.

Avant-garde cover by Boris Titov.
Among the artists: Aleksandr Osmerkin, Georgy Yakulov, Mikhail Larionov, Natalia Goncharova, Olga Glebova-Sudeikina, Petr Konchalovsky, Robert Falk, Sergey Yutkevich, Vladimir Shchuko, Wassily Masjutin, et al.

Actors - Anna Pavlova - Applied Arts - Architecture - Artistic education and propaganda - B. M. Snigirev - Ballet - Biographies - Book illustrations - Chronicle - Cinema - Correspondence - Douglas Fairbanks and Mary Pickford - Drama - Engravings - Exhibition of Russian art in New York - Exhibitions - Folk Art and artistic industry - Graphics - Hollywood - Japanese Art - Monuments - Museums - Music - N. A. Kasatkin - Nikolay Efros - Northern bone carving - Obituaries - Opera - Orlenev - Pavel Kuznetsov - Philately - Polygraphy - Porcelain and porcelain industry - Productive arts - Revolution - Russian art abroad - Sculpture - Sociology - Textile - Theater - Tours - Toys - VKhUTEMAS - Wall-paper - Woodcarving - etc.

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Item ID: 02783R

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Various Artists and Authors) Lunacharsky, Anatoly (Editor-in-chief)
ISKUSSTVO TRUDIASHCHIMSYA ("Art to the Working People"). Magazine of Theater - Cinema - Music - Painting - Sculpture - Architecture. No. 23
Moscow: NKhS GUS, [1925]

4to (10" x 6-3/4") stapled wraps. Text in Russian. Illustrated. Illustrated cover (Constructivism).

Editor-in-chief: Anatoliy Lunacharskiy.
Editorial Board and authors: Sergei Gorodetsky, Boris Ternovets, et al.
Authors: Prof. Aleksey Sidorov, Vsevolod Sakhnovsky, et al.
Among the artists: Vasily Chekrygin, et al.

Actors - Architecture - Biographies - Children - Chronicle - Cinema - Clubs - Concerts - Correspondence - Criticism - Culture abroad - Dance - Discussions - Drama - Exhibitions - Graphics - History - Librettos - Music - Obituaries - Opera - Painting - Programs - Reviews - Satire and humor - Scenery - Variety show - Vsevolod Meyerhold and his theater - etc.

Scarce. Not in MOMA, not in Getty, not in British Library. .

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Item ID: 02789R

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Lunacharsky, Anatoly
DIALOG OB ISKUSSTVE ("Dialog on Art"). First Edition
Moscow: VTsIK, 1918

Author: Anatoliy Lunacharskiy.

Text in Russian. Tall 8vo (9" x 6") Softcover. Ex-old (1910s-1920s) library.

Rare.

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Item ID: 02790R

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Lunacharsky, Anatoly
CHTO TAKOE OBRAZOVANIE ("What Is Education")
Gomel', 1919

Author: Anatoliy Lunacharskiy.

Text in Russian. Stapled booklet.

Very rare.

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Item ID: 02792R

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Lunacharsky, Anatoly
CHTO TAKOE OBRAZOVANIE ("What Is Education"). First Edition
Petrograd, 1918

Author: Anatoliy Lunacharskiy.

Text in Russian. Stapled booklet.

Very rare.

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Item ID: 02794R

Price: $225.00

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Lunacharsky, Anatoly
KUL'TURA V KAPITALISTICHESKUYU EPOKHU ("Culture at the Capitalistic Epoch"). First Edition
Moscow: Vserossiysky Proletkul't, 1923

Author: Anatoliy Lunacharskiy.

Text in Russian. Softcover. 5000 copies only.

Copies of this book were systematically withdrawn from libraries and bookshops and destroyed by the order of Soviet government. ("Collated List of Books to Be Withdrawn from Libraries and Book Trading Network" page 217.)

Very Rare.

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Item ID: 02796R

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Lunacharsky, Anatoly
KUL'TURA NA ZAPADE I U NAS ("Culture at the West and Ours"). First Edition
Moscow-Leningrad: GIZ, 1928

Author: Anatoliy Lunacharskiy.

Text in Russian. 6-1/2" x 4-1/2" Softcover.
From the library of well-known Soviet art critic Aleksey Mikhailov.

Rare.

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Item ID: 02798R

Price: $195.00

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Sidorov) Lunacharsky, Anatoly
ISKUSSTVO I MOLODEZH' ("Art and Youth"). First Edition
Moscow: Molodaya Gvardiya, 1929

Author: Anatoliy Lunacharskiy. Cover: woodcut by Aleksey Sidorov.

Text in Russian. Softcover. 133, (2) pp. 4000 copies only.

Rare.

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Item ID: 02800R

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Deni, Victor) Lunacharsky, Anatoly (Foreword)
MY, NASHI DRUZYA I NASHI VRAGI V RISUNKAKH DENI ("We, Our Friends and Our Foes in Deni's Drawings"). [Album]. First Edition
Moscow-Leningrad: GIz, 1930

An album of drawings by a famous Russian Soviet artist Viktor Deni.
Foreword by Anatoliy Lunacharskiy.

Text in Russian, French, German, English. Folio (12" x 9") card covers. 175 pp. printed on heavy stock. 1500 copies only.

Rare.

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Item ID: 03476R

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Lunacharsky, Anatoly; Trotsky, Leon, et al. Edited by Ya. Rozanov
VOPROSY ISKUSSTVA V SVETE MARKSIZMA ("Art Issues in the Light of Marxism"). Collection of Articles. First Edition
Kiev: GIZ Ukrainy, 1925
Tall 8vo (9 x 6) Softcover. Text in Russian. 317 pp. Bibliography. [Lunacharsky, Anatoly (1875-1933): a famous Russian and Soviet writer, art critic. Was the minister of culture in 1920s. - Very Rare.]

Copies of this book were systematically withdrawn from libraries and bookshops and destroyed by the order of Soviet government. ("Collated List of Books to Be Withdrawn from Libraries and Book Trading Network" page 65.)

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Lunacharsky, Anatoly.
ISKUSSTVO I REVOLIUTSIYA ("Art and Revolution"). First edition.
Moscow: Novaya Moskva, 1924
Softcover. Text in Russian. 229, [II] pp. Bibliography. 5000 copies only. [On Art, Revolution, Politics, Propaganda, Productive Arts, the famous 1922 exhibition of Russian avant-garde in Berlin (Kandinsky, Archipenko, Tatlin), "World of Art (Diagilev, Bakst), etc. - Lunacharsky, Anatoly (1875-1933): the Famous Russian and Soviet writer, art critic. Was the minister of culture in 1920s. - Very Rare.]

Copies of this book were systematically withdrawn from libraries and bookshops and destroyed by the order of Soviet government. ("Collated List of Books to Be Withdrawn from Libraries and Book Trading Network" page 217.)

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Lunacharsky, Anatoly
KUL'TURA V KAPITALISTICHESKUYU EPOKHU ("Culture at the Capitalistic Epoch"). First Edition
Moscow: Vserossiysky Proletkul't, 1923

Author: Anatoliy Lunacharskiy.

Text in Russian. Softcover. 5000 copies only.

Copies of this book were systematically withdrawn from libraries and bookshops and destroyed by the order of Soviet government. ("Collated List of Books to Be Withdrawn from Libraries and Book Trading Network" page 217.)

Very Rare.

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Bogorodsky, Fedor and Anatoly Lunacharsky
KATALOG VYSTAVKI KHUDOZHNIKA FYODORA BOGORODSKOGO (On the cover: FYODOR BOGORODSKIY). Exhibition Catalogue
Moscow-Leningrad: OGIz-IZOGIz, 1931

Catalogue of the retrospective exhibition of a well-known Russian Soviet artist Fiodor Bogorodski.
Foreword by Anatoliy Lunacharskiy.
Portrait of the artist by Alexander Deineka.

Text in Russian. Softcover. Many illustrations. 1000 copies only.

Printed at Polygraphic College (former VKhUTEMAS).

Rare.

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Item ID: 03922R

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Exter, Korolev, Al'tman, Yakulov, et al.) Lunacharsky, Anatoly (Editor-in-chief)
ISKUSSTVO ("Art"). Magazine of Narkompros. Complete Set
Moscow: Tea-Kino-Pechat', 1929

Numbers 1-8 in 4 issues. Complete set.

Text in Russian. 4to (11" x7-1/4") Softcovers. 150-200 pp. in each issue. Illustrated. 2500-3000 copies only.

Editor: Anatolii Lunacharskii.

Covers by Boris Titov.

Authors: Aleksandr Deich, Aleksei Tolstoy, Alexander Tairov, Alexander Bezymensky, Anatoliy Lunacharskiy, Evgeny Braudo, Georgy Yakulov, Georgy Chulkov, Nikolay L'vov, Petr Kogan, Sergei Eisenstein, Sergei Dinamov, Sergey Romov, Vladimir Friche, Vladimir Bonch-Bruevich, Vyacheslav Polonsky, et al.

Artists: Abram Arkhipov, Alexander Osmerkin, Alexandra Exter, Beatrisa Sandomirskaya, Boris Korolev, Diego Rivera, Evgenii Katsman, Fedor Fedorovsky, Georgii Iakulov, Il'ia Mashkov, Ilya Repin, Iosif Chaikov, Isaac Rabinovich, Le Corbusier, N. Dokuchaev (architect), Nathan Altman, Niko Pirosmanishvili (Pirosmanashvili), Nikolai Chernyshev, Pyotr Kotov, Piotr Konchalovsky, Vasily Belyaev, et al.

AKhR - Anton Chekhov - Architecture - Art critique - Art history - Ballet - Berlin - Bibliography - Biographies - Buriat art - Caricatures - Choreography - Chronicle - Cinema - Clubs - Composers - Culture abroad - Dance - Drama - Exhibitions - Folk Art and artistic industry - France - Germany - Kiev - Leningrad - Literary critique - Lubok - Mikhail Bulgakov, Moscow - Music - Odessa - Painting - Paris - Portraits - Posters - Propaganda - Rabis - Sculpture - Theater decorations - TRAM (Theater of Working Youth) - Ukraine - Ukrainian theater - Valery Briusov - etc.

Getty Cat. No. 262 (incomplete).

Rare, especially complete set. Not in MOMA. Not in British Library. Not in NYPL.
WorldCat shows only 2 sets worldwide.

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SEE ALSO:
"Iskusstvo" 1923-1928
"Iskusstvo" 1933...


Item ID: 05002R

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Chebotarev, Gavrilov, Lunacharsky) Fomin, Anatoly
NA PUTI K ISKUSSTVU BUDUSHCHEGO ("On the Way to Art of the Future. Revolution in Paintings by K. Chebotaryov"). First Edition
Kazan': GKhI, 1922

Photocopy of:

A book on the Avant-garde artist Konstantin Chebotariov.

Text in Russian, mimeographed. Soft cover. 150 copies only.

Extremely Rare.

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Item ID: c00127

Price: $50.00

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