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Shterenberg, Padalka, Chekrygin, et al.) N. Romanov, V. Adaryukov and A. Sidorov
Exhibition Catalogue: KATALOG VYSTAVKI GRAVIURA S.S.S.R. ZA 10 LET ("USSR Engraving for 10 Years")
Moscow: GMII, 1927

Catalogue of a group exhibition. Forewords by N. Romanov, Vladimir Adariukov and Aleksey Sidorov.
Among the artists: Aleksandr Dovgal', Aleksey Kravchenko, Aleksey Shchusev, Alexander Shevchenko, Andrey Goncharov, Aristarkh Lentulov, Boris Kustodiev, David Shterenberg, Dmitry Mitrokhin, Georgy Echeistov, Ignaty Nivinsky, Ivan Padalko (Padalka), Konstantin Yuon, Kuz'ma Petrov-Vodkin, Leonid Pasternak, Lev Zhegin, Maria Kotliarevskaya, Mstislav Dobuzhinsky, Pavel Kusnetsov, Petr Miturich, Robert Falk, Sarra Shor, Sofya Nelepinskaya-Boichuk, Solomon Yudovin, Vasily Chekrygin, Vladimir Favorsky, Wassily Masjutin, et al.

Text in Russian. 4to (10" x 6-3/4"). Stapled. Frontispiece and 3 illustrations in text (woodcuts). Artists' years of birth and whereabouts. 1000 copies only. Missing covers.

An important catalogue, rare in any condition.
WorldCat shows only 8 copies worldwide.

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Item ID: 00002R

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EZHEGODNIK OBSHCHESTVA ARKHITEKTOROV-KHUDOZHNIKOV (The Year-Book of the Society of Architects-Artists) No. 14. First edition.
Leningrad: L.S.S.A., 1935.
Text (very little) in Russian, Table of contents and indexes in Russian and French. Hard cover. 12 x 10 in, 282 pp. Contents of more than 500 illustrations of architectural projects. Cover by Mark Kirnarskii. 3000 copies only. [One of 3 issues related to Constructivism. Participants: well-known architects such as Iofan (Palace of Soviets), etc. M. Kirnarsky (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 Al'tman, Lissitzky; in 1928 (Cologne) with Klutsis, Telingater; in 1931 (Paris) with Popova (p/h), Rodchenko, Stepanova, etc.].

Item ID: 00003R

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K DESIATILETIIU SOVETSKOI VLASTI. (Production, Art, Industry and Commerce for 10 years of Soviet Power).
Leningrad: A.Kh. (Academy of Arts), 1927.
First edition. Text in Russian. Hard cover. 13-1/2 x 10 in. XVIII, 640 pp. Illustrated (mostly photographs). Book decoration by E. Belukha. Photo of Lenin and Kalinin by M. Nappel'baum (first reproduction). Heavy volume with gilt emblem. [Kalinin, Mikhail (1875-1946): one of the top leaders of the Soviet State in 1020's - 1930's.]. Nappel'baum, Moisei (1869-1958): the famous Russian and Soviet photographer. Belukha [Nimich], Evgenii (1889-1943): well-known Soviet graphic artist. Lived in Leningrad. Book illustrations, porcelain, posters. Exhibited from 1918: in 1923 (Petrograd) with, I. Larionov, Tatlin, Filonov; in 1925 (Paris) with Kandinsky, Mayakovsky, Popova, Rodchenko, Stenberg, Stepanova; in 1927 (Leipzig) with Lissitzky; in 1928 (Cologne) with Klutsis, etc.].

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Menu: ARTILLERIISKII ZAVTRAK (Artillery Breakfast).
Odessa: 1889.
Thick paper. 12 x 7-3/4 in.

Item ID: 00005R

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Exhibition Catalog: 8 VYSTAVKA AKhRR (8th Exhibition of paintings and sculptures of AKhRR).
Moscow: AKhRR, 1926.
First edition. Guide-Catalog with 92 illustrations. Text in Russian. SC. 8vo, 162 pp. Pictorial cover. In this important exhibition participated such previously avant-garde artists as F. Bogorodskii, R. Fal'k, A. Lentulov, A. Drevin, I. Mashkov ('Knave of Diamonds', etc.).

Item ID: 00006R

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Sheet Music MEZHDUNARODNYI GIMN ('International' Hymn).
Moscow: VTSIK, 1918.
Text in Russian. SC. Large 8vo, 4 pp., Illustrated.

Item ID: 00014R

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Gusev V., Chekin I., Shtok I. (text). Roslavetz N. (music).
SBORNIK LETNIKH MATERIALOV… (Plays for clubs).
Moscow: 'Teakinopechat'', 1929.
First edition. Text in Russian. SC. 6-3/4' x 5'. 111, I pp. (pp. 90-111 music). Constructivist cover attributed To Boris Erdman. Music by the famous composer Roslavetz.

Item ID: 00017R

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ONI U NAS (Mary Pickford and Douglas Fairbanks in the U.S.S.R.). First Edition.
Moscow: Kinopechat', 1926.
Text in Russian. SC. 12mo, 32 pp., illustrated. Constructivist cover by Konstantin Vialov. [K. Vialov: 1900-1976. Well known Russian avant-garde painter and graphic artist. VKhUTEMAS, 'OST'. Exhibited in 1923 (Moscow) with Popova, Rodchenko, Exter; 1924 (Moscow) with Stenberg; 1925 (Paris) with Al'tman, Kandinsky, Maiakovskii, Stepanova; 1927 (Leipzig) with Lissitzky; 1930 (Moscow) with Malevich, etc.].

Item ID: 00018R

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Exhibition Catalog: 1-YA VYSTAVKA KARTIN PROFESSIONAL'NOGO SOYUZA KHUDOZHNIKOV ZHIVOPISTSEV V MOSKVE ("1st Exhibition of Paintings of the Professional Union of the Artists Painters in Moscow".)
Moscow, 1918.
First (and the only) edition. Text in Russian. Stapled wraps. Exhibited works of many known artist including abstract works by Vesnin, Grishchenko, Pestel' Popova, Rodchenko, et al.

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YUNYI KHUDOZHNIK ("Young Artist"). Magazine. 1938 No. 11.
Moscow-(Leningrad): Detizdat, 1938.
Text in Russian. SC. 11-1/2 x 9-1/2 in. 24 pp. Illustrations, Pictorial cover (A famous Efanov's 'Unforgettable Meeting' .). Design by Evgenii Goliakhovsky. [E. Goliakhovsky (1902-1971): Graphics and book illustrations. Exhibited from 1920.]

Item ID: 00021R

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Magazine: FIZKUL'TURA I SPORT (Physical Education and Sports) 1928 No. 32.
Moscow: O.V.S.F.K., 1928.
Text in Russian. SC. 12 x 9 in, 20 pp. Pictorial cover. Illustrated by photos: Cavalry, Soccer, Push-ball, Gymnastics (by [Mark Penson] - school of Rodchenko).

Item ID: 00022R

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Bilibine) Rimsky-Korsakov N.; Bel'sky V. (after Pushkin A.).
Sheet Music ZOLOTOI PETUSHOK ('The Golden Cockerel'). A Fable. Opera. First Edition.
Moscow: Jurgenson, 1908.
Text in Russian and French. (French text by de M. D. Calvocoressi). Hardcover. 11-3/4' x 9-1/4'. 206 pp. Beautifully designed cover by I. Bilibin. [Rimsky-Korsakov, Nikolai (1844-1908): One of the greatest Russian composers. Pushkin, Aleksandr (1779-1837): the most famous Russian poet. Bilibin or Bilibine, Ivan (1876-1942): the famous Russian artist. Graphics and theater, book illustrations. Studied under Repin. Member of 'World of Art' with Bakst, Somov, Benois. Was often using traditional Russian folk motifs. Participated in many exhibitions.]

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Four Exhibition Catalogs: MIR ISKUSSTVA ("World of Art".)
Moscow, 1913; Moscow, 1915 (1st & 2nd); Petrograd, 1915.
Four different catalogs. Text in Russian. Stapled wraps. Exhibited works of many known artists (Altman, Benua, Bilibin, Boris Grigoriev, Dobuzinsky, etc.)

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Exhibition Catalog: MIR ISKUSSTVA ("World of Art".)
Moscow, 1913.
First edition. Text in Russian. Stapled wraps. Exhibited works of many known artists (Altman, Benua, Bilibin, Boris Grigoriev, Dobuzinsky, etc.) including modernist works by Goncharova, Larionov)

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Sheet Music CHANG (Fox-trot).
Rostov: Muzpred, c. 1922.
Repertoire of Valentin Parnakh: Jazz-Band. SC. 14 x 10 in., 3 pp. Illustrated cover (cubism). ].

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Exhibition Catalog: MIR ISKUSSTVA ("World of Art".)
Moscow, 1915.
Second edition [Second edition of a catalog means that it was printed for an exhibition if there were any changes in exhibited works or participants.]. Text in Russian. Stapled wraps. Exhibited works of many known artists (Altman, Benua, Bilibin, Boris Grigoriev, Dobuzinsky, Somov [Somoff], etc.)

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KNIZHKA SPRAVOK (Handbook of the Citizen of the Soviet Village).
Moscow: Moskovsky Rabochii, 1923.
First edition. Text in Russian. Hard cover. 8vo. 339 pp. Illustrated and illustrated cover in a style reminding folk 'luboks' and depicting peasants reading this book at their leisure. Information for all occasions, from pigs to sending a parcel.

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VSESOIUZNAIA SEL'CKOKHOZIAISTVENNAIA VYSTAVKA (All-Union Agriculture Exhibition 1941. Guide.)
Moscow: OGIZ-Sel'khozGIZ, 1941.
Text in Russian. SC. 8vo, 160 pp, hundreds of photographs, folded map. Pictorial cover. Book design by Nikolai Troshin.

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VSESOIUZNYI PARAD FIZKULTURNIKOV (Gymnastics Parade on the Red Square on August 12, 1945).
[Moscow, 1945].
Text (almost none) in Russian. Hard cover. 11-1/4 x 9-1/2 in. 60 unnumbered pages, all color photographs. Color photograph albums were pretty novelty for Russia at that time.

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RASSKAZY STROITELEI METRO (Stories of the Subway Constructors. History of the Moscow subway).
Moscow: I.F.Z., 1935.
First edition. Text in Russian. Half-leather. 10-1/4 x 7 in.. 452 pp. Plates, woodcuts, plenty of photo-illustrations. Book design: N. Mashkovtsev et al. Typical 'Stalinist style' book, but some photographs are still close to avant-garde style.

Item ID: 00038R

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Magazine: RADIANS'KYI TEATR (The Soviet Theater) 1929 No. 1.
Kharkov: Proletar, 1929.
Text in Ukrainian. SC, 9-1/2 x 7 in. 64 pp. Illustrated. Constructivist cover and design by Vassily Ermilov.

Item ID: 00041R

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Exhibition Catalog: MIR ISKUSSTVA ("World of Art".)
Petrograd, 1915.
Second edition [Second edition of a catalog means that it was printed for an exhibition if there were any changes in exhibited works or participants.]. Text in Russian. Stapled wraps. Exhibited works of many known artists (Altman, Benua, Bilibin, Boris Grigoriev, Dobuzinsky, Somov [Somoff], etc.)

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Exhibition Catalog: VYSTAVKA UKRAINSKOGO NARODNOGO ISKUSSTVA (Exhibition of Ukrainian Folk Art. The Brief Guide). First Edition.
Moscow - Kharkov: Mystetstvo, 1936.
Text in Russian. SC, 12mo. 40 pp., 15 plates. Pictorial cover: woodcut by K. Kozlovsky. [In this pure 'Stalinist' period of Russian art the craftsmen were still using designs made by Ukrainian formerly avant-garde artists (school of Boichuk) Ivan Padalka and Vasyl' Sedliar. Konstantin Kozlovsky: Ukrainian artist, exhibited from 1930].

Item ID: 00051R

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Playbill: IMPERATORSKII MALYI TEATR (The Imperial Malyi Theater. I. Surguchev. 'Business House').
Moscow: Levenson, 1914.
Text in Russian. SC. 7 x 5 in, 3 pp. Cover by Piotr Afanas'ev. [P. Afanas'ev (1866-1960): well-known Russian and Soviet painter, graphic artist. Posters, theater (including Bolshoi and Malyi). Studied from Korovin. Exhibited from 1895.]

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Movie play-bill: SINEMA-TEATR (Movie Theater 'Parisiana'.) 'The King of Night'.
Petrograd: Rodnik, 1915.
Text in Russian. SC. 8 x 6 in, 4, 4 pp. AD illustrations, pictorial cover (name illegible).

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Sheet Music POKHORONNY MARSH I 'SMELO, TOVARISHCHI, V NOGU..." ("The Funeral March & "Be Brave, Comrads...").
Moscow: VTSIK, 1918.
Text in Russian. SC. Large 8vo, 4 pp., Illustrated.

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Troshin N., Deineko O.]
Proof (sample print) of the cover for the children's book CHTO KAK SDELANO (How It Was Made).
Moscow: Posrednik, 1931.
Text in Russian. SC. Book size: 8-1/2 x 6-1/2 in. (actual size of the proof of both covers: 8-1/2 x 13 in.). Cover with constructivist elements [by N. Troshin and O. Deineko]. Light foxing, otherwise FINE. [Troshin, Nikolai (1897-199?): Well-known designer of posters, books and exhibitions. Studied in VKhUTEMAS, the famous school of Russian avant-garde. Was Lissitzky's co-author in poster design. Exhibited from 1918 (Riazan') with Pasternak; in 1931 (Paris) with Al'tman, Klutsis, Lebedev, Popova (p/h), Rodchenko, Stepanova, Telingater, etc. Was the chief artist of the magazine "USSR in Construction". Deineko, Ol'ga (1897-1970): Wife and co-author of N. Troshin. Poster artist, book designer. She also studied in VkhUTEMAS and worked in the magazine "USSR in Construction". Exhibited in 1934 (Moscow) with Klutsis; in 1937 (Moscow) with Kliun, Lentulov, Udal'tsova, etc.]

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Bilibin, Bilibine) Metner N.
Sheet Music CHETYRE SKAZKI (Four Fairy Tales. Op. 26 No. 3.) For piano.
Berlin-Moscow-St. Petersburg: R.M.I., 1909(?).
SC. 13-1/4 x 10-1/2 in. 5 pp. Cover by I. Bilibin. [Metner, Nikolai (1879-1951): well-known Russian composer. Studied under Arensky and Taneev. Lived mostly abroad. Bilibin, Ivan (1876-1942): the famous Russian artist. Graphics and Theater, book illustrations. Studed under Repin. Member of 'World of Art' with Dobuzhinsky, Bakst, Somov, Benois. Frequently used traditional Russian folk motifs. Participated in many exhibitions.]

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SLOVAR' RUSSKO-LAMUTSKY I RUSSKO-KORIAKSKY (Russian-Lamut and Russian-Koriak Dictionary).
Petropavlovsk-on- Kamchatka: K.I.K., 1926.
First edition. SC. 4-1/2 x 3-1/2 in. 57 pp.

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RABOTY ARKHITEKTURNO-PROEKTIROVOCHNYKH MASTERSKIKH (Works of the Architectural Projects' Workshops 1934). Vol. 1 & 2 (complete set).
Moscow: [Mossovet], 1936.
Text in Russian and partly in French (explanations to pictures, Indexes). Two 12' x 9' HB folders containing 12 SC books, including introductory book and Indexes. Mostly illustrations, some in color. Near 700 pp. of glossy paper, containing, probably, 1000 illustrations (if not more than that). In this set were presented 10 major architectural workshops from constructivist Mel'nikov to 'classicist' Zholtovsky. Invaluable reference book on Soviet architecture of the period of transition from constructivist to 'Stalinist' styles.

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Magazine: STROITEL'STVO MOSKVY (Construction of Moscow). 1929 no. 5.
Moscow: Mossovet, 1929.
Text in Russian. SC. 12 x 9 in. 40 pp. Illustrated with drawings and photographs. Constructivist cover design: L. Lissitzky. This copy was exhibited at the exhibition 'The Great Utopia' in Guggenheim Museum in 1992 (Catalog No. 518).

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Kozlovsky S., Kolin N.
KHUDOZHNIK-ARKHITEKTOR V KINO (Artist-Architect in the Cinema).
Moscow: Teakinopechat', 1930.
1st edition. Text in Russian. SC. 8vo, 112 pp. Profusely illustrated (photographs and drawings). Constructivist cover by V. Stepanova. First Russian theoretical book on this subject. Besides other material, the book provides short biographies of cinema artists.

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Exhibition Catalog: Katalog Vystavki Kartin Gruppy Khudozhnikov OSLINY KHVOST ("Donkey's Tail").
Moscow: MUZhVZ, 1912.
First Edition. Text in Russian. Stapled wraps. Exhibited works of many famous artists such as Goncharova, Larionov, Malevich, Tatlin, Chagall, et al.

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Futuristov, M. (Ill. Goncharova N.).
MARSH (The March).
Moscow: Yambor, 1910's.
Text (cover) in Russian. SC. 8 x 5-1/2 in. 4 pp. On the cover: reproduction of N. Goncharova's work. Parody on futurists. [Goncharova, Natalia (1881-1962): one of the most famous artists of Russian Avant-Garde. Painter, graphic and theater artist. Wife of M. Larionov, worked in collaboration with him: theorists of 'Rayonism'. Participated in the most famous exhibitions: 'Knave of Diamonds', 'Union of Youth', 'Donkey's Tail', 'Target', etc. Lived in Paris from 1915.]

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Exhibition Catalog: VYSTAVKA KARTIN … 'ZELIONAYA KOSHKA' ("The Green Cat").
Khabarovsk, 1919.
First (and the only) edition. Text in Russian. Stapled wraps. Among the participants - Pavel Liubarsky (Futurism). [Not listed in reference books.]

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Grigoriev, Boris) Antipova, R. N.
Exhibition Catalogue: BORIS GRIGORIEFF
Pskov, 1989

Catalogue of the retrospective exhibition of a famous Russian artist Boris Grigoryev.

Text in Russian. Stapled wraps. Illustrated. 5000 copies only.

Scarce.

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Item ID: 00126R

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SOLDATSKIE SKAZKI ('Soldiers' Fairy Tales').
Iaroslavl': Nekrasov, 1915.
1st edition. Text in Russian. SC. 7' x 5'. 16pp. Illustrated cover. Typical Russian folk fairy tales where the hero is soldier.

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A PAGEANT OF YOUTH (Photo-album).
Moscow and Leningrad: State Art Publishers, 1939.
1st edition. Text in English. HB. 10-1/4 x 8 in. [96] pp.; 135+ photographs; [Design by Rodchenko].

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Punin N. (2 books about Tatlin).
1st BOOK. TATLIN. PROTIV KUBIZMA (Tatlin. Against Cubism). 2nd BOOK. PAMIATNIK III INTERNATIONALA (Monument of the Third International).
1st BOOK. Petersburg: Gosudarstvennoie Izdatel'stvo, 1921. 2nd BOOK. Petersburg: IZO NKP, 1920.
1st BOOK. 1st edition. Text in Russian. SC. 1. 12 x 9-1/4 in. 25, I pp. 16 plates. 2nd BOOK. 1st edition. Text in Russian. SC. 11 x 8-1/2 in. [6] pp. Illustrated. Tatlin's project on the cover.

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S. CHEKHONIN.
Moscow (- Petrograd): GIZ, c. 1923.
1st edition. Text in Russian. SC. 11-1/2' x 9'. [113] pp. including over 60 full page plates. Cover [by the artist] with elements of Suprematism. [Chekhonin, Sergei (1878-1936 Germany): Well-known Russian and Soviet 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. Efros, Abram (died 1954): Well-known Russian and Soviet art critic. Punin, Nikolai: Well-known Russian and Soviet art critic. Specialty: Russian Avant-garde. Wrote about Malevich, Tatlin, etc.]

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TEATR 'LETUCHAIA MYSH'' (Theater 'The Bat'). Review of 10-years artistic activity of the first Russian theater-cabaret. First Edition.
Petrograd: 'Solntse Rossii', [1918].
Text in Russian. Card covers. 12' x 9-1/2'. 48 pp. + 29 plates. Profusely illustrated (1 to 2 illustrations on each page besides the plates). Cover (light-brown color, beautifully composed) and book ornamentation by S. Chekhonin. 'The Bat' was the famous Russian Theater of Miniatures: the first theater-cabaret. Founded by Nikita Baliev in 1908, existed until 1920. [Baliev, Nikita (1886?-1936): Well-known Russian actor. Especially known as director and master of ceremonies of founded by him first Russian Theater-cabaret 'The Bat'. Emigrated with his theater in 1920. Performed in Paris, New York. Died in U.S. Chekhonin, Sergei (1878-1936 Germany): Well-known Russian and Soviet 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.]

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Rostov-on-Don. (Travel brochure).
Moscow: Intourist, [1939].
Text in English. Pb. 8-3/8 x 4-3/8. [12] pp. Illustrated with photos. Pictorial cover with constructivist elements. [Book design by M. Ioffe (attrib.)]. [Ioffe, Mark (1897-1977): Soviet graphic artist and art critic, Jewish by origin. Studied in VKhUTEMAS, the famous school of Russian avant-garde. Wrote about Soviet posters.]

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Two Exhibition Catalogs: VYSTAVKA KARTIN I SKUL'PTURY ("Exhibition of Paintings and Sculpture for the Benefit of Belgians - Victims of War".) 1st & 2nd editions.
Moscow: Lemercier (?) Gallery, 1915.
1st & 2nd editions. Each catalog: Text in Russian. Stapled wraps. 9-1/2 x 6-1/8. 16 pp. Photo: portrait of Belgian King. CATALOGS DIFFER IN LISTS OF THE ARTISTS AND IN NUMBERS OF WORKS. Participants: Benois, Golovin, Goncharova, Boris Grigoriev, Dobuzhinsky, Roerich, Somov, Soudeikine, Shukhaev, Yakovlev, etc. Important exhibition. 1st edition belonged to some artist who visited the exhibition and contains drawings made obviously at the exhibition. Owner's name: Ko…? (Korovin? Konenkov?]

Item ID: 00218R

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Magazine KHUDOZHNIK I ZRITEL' ("Artist and Spectator") No. 1.
Moscow: "Krashaya Nov'", 1924.
1st issue of 7 published. Text in Russian. SC. 9-1/8 x 7-1/4. 96 pp. Illustrated. Cover: constructivist design by A. Sofronova. Design by V. Mukhina, A. Akhtyrko, and A. Sofronova. Important issue: Fine Art, Theater of Revolution (Meyerhold), Kamerny Theater, Music (classic and avant-garde), constructivist architecture, VKhUTEMAS, poster art, Cinema, etc. [Safronova or Sofronova, Antonina (1892-1966): Well-known Russian and Soviet avant-garde artist. Painter and graphic artist. Participated in exhibitions: "World of Art", "Knave of Diamonds", "13", MTKh, etc. Exhibited in 1917 (Moscow) with Boris Grigoriev, Dobuzhinsky, Lissitzky, Shevchenko; in 1919 (Moscow) with Drevin, Kandinsky, Kliun, Popova; in 1925 (Paris) with Al'tman; in 1932 (Konigsberg) with Favorsky, Rodchenko, Stepanova, etc.]

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Exhibition Catalog: 34 VYSTAVKA ("34th Exhibition of Paintings of the Students of the School of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture").
Moscow, 1913.
Text in Russia. SC. 7-1/2 x 5. 42, (III) pp. Among the participants: D. Burliuk, A. Gerasimov, S. Gerasmiov, V. Pal'mov, Tatevosian, L. Shekhtel' (Zhegin), V. Chekrygin, N. Ragovin (Rogovin), et al.: the famous artists in the future.

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Exhibition Catalog: KATALOG VYSTABKI KARTIN ("Exhibition Catalog").
Vladivostok: Gorodskoi Komitet Pri Primgubkompomgole, 1923.
Text in Russian. SC. 7-1/2 x 4-7/8. 7 pp. Cover: futurist drawing by P. Liubarsky (participant in the exhibition). Inscription by the owner - artist P. Ivanov (friend of P. Liubarsky). Cover = Title page? All funds raised by this exhibition were used for famine relief. Not listed in reference books.

Item ID: 00226R

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Punin N., Grabar' I., and Arkad'ev M. (Forewords).
KHUDOZHNIKI RSFSR ZA 15 LET ("Artists of Russian Federation in 15 Years".) Catalog of Anniversary Exhibition. Painting, Graphic, Sculpture.
Leningrad: State Russian Museum, 1932.
Text in Russian. SC. 6 x 4-1/4. 119, I pp. Cover design with Suprematist elements (lithograph?). One of the most important Soviet exhibition of Russian Avant-garde. The participants exhibited their works executed in the period from 1917. All styles were presented there: Realism, Futurism, Suprematism, Constructivism, etc. At this exhibition participated Malevich (30 works including the famous Red Square, Black Square, Architectons, etc.); Filonov: (74 works); such well-known avant-garde artists as Kuprin, Mashkov, Lebedev, Drevin, Udal'tsova, Shevchenko; members of Malevich's group: Ermolaeva, Kliun, Suetin, Chashnik; members of Filonov's group; students of VkhUTEMAS, the famous school of Russian avant-garde; artists of "World of Art" style, "4 Arts", OST, "Tsekh", OMKh, etc. Porcelain section was represented by Al'tman, Dan'ko, Kobyletskaia, Suetin, Tatlin, Chekhonin, Shchekatikhina, et al.

Item ID: 00229R

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Newspaper: MOSCOW DAILY NEWS (11 vols).
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Magazine SOLOVEI (Nightingale") 1 & 2.
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ISKUSSTVO KADRA ("The Art of the Still [Frame]). The Practice of the Film Script".
Kharkov, 1926.
First (and the only) edition. Text in Russian. Stapled wraps (Cover design with constructivist elements). Illustrated. 3000 copies only. [Rare].

Item ID: 00245R

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