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Bobrinsky, A. A., Count.
NARODNIYE RUSSKIYE DEREBIANNIYE IZDELIYA ("Russian Folk Wooden Wares"). Issue XII of.
Moscow, 1914.
Text in Russian. Folio size (16" x 12") Portfolio. Eight pages of description and 34 (of 37) plates. (No. 164-200, missing 178, 181 & 183). [Rare]

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Antiquarian Book Trading Company of P. Shibanov
KATALOG REDKIKH I ZAMECHATEL'NYKH KNIG... ("Catalogue of Rare and Remarkable Books...") And similar ones. 12 Catalogues
Moscow, 1886-1894

Twelve catalogues.

Text in Russian. 6-3/4" x 4-1/2" to 10" x 6-3/4" Softcovers. 40 to 126 pp. in each catalogue.

Rare.

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Exter, Alexandra) Aksenov, Innokenty.
PIKASSO I OKRESTNOSTI (Picasso and Neighborhoods).
Moscow: Tsentrifuga, 1917.
First edition. Text in Russian. SC, 10-1/2 x 8 in. 64, VIII pp. Plates, illustrations (12 mezzotints). Cover by Alexandra Exter. [Futurist author, artist and publishing house. Probably, the first Russian book about Picasso. [Exter, Alexandra (1882-1949): the famous Ukrainian émigré avant-garde artist. Lived in Kiev, Moscow and Paris.]

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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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Kropotkin, Piotr.
Leaflet (Mini-Poster): K RUSSKIM GRAZHDANAM! (To Russian Citizens!).
Moscow: Svobodnaia Sovest', [1917].
Text in Russian. 11 x 8-1/2 in. Appeal to defend Petrograd (former Sankt-Petersburg) from Germans.

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Engel', Iulii.
DVA ROMANSA (Two Romances. Op. 6 No. 1 & 2. Text by F. Sollogub and V. Briusov.)
Moscow: Yurgenson, 1910's.
Text in Russian. SC. 13 x 10 in. 5, I pp. Ornamental cover.

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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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Kruchenykh, A. Music by M. Matiushin.
POBEDA NAD SOLNTSEM (Victory Over the Sun.). Opera.
St-Petersburg: EUY, [1913].
1st edition. Text in Russian. SC. 10 x 7 in. 24 pp. of thick paper. On the front cover: lithograph by K. Malevich. Rear cover missing. One of the most important books in its field.

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Nikolaev V. (arr.).
Sheet Music ONAM! ONAMO! Serbian-Montenegro Hymn.
Petrograd: 'Muzyka', [1915].
Text in Serbian. SC. 9 x 6-1/2 in. [4] pp. Illustrated cover.

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Yakovlev S; Shvartzberg.
Sheet Music YABLOCHKO (The Apple). Burning topics. Odessa's ways.
Odessa: Svobodnaia Pesn', [1917].
Text in Russian. SC. 10 x 6-3/4 in. 3 pp. Pictorial cover. Song about a danger to be robbed at that turbulent time.

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Shevchenko A.
NEO-PRIMITIVISM.
Moscow, 1913.
1st edition. Text in Russian. SC. 9 x 7 in. 35 pp, 13 plates illustrations. On the cover: work by the author (cubism). This important theoretical book of Russian futurism belonged to Vasily Kandinsky and bears his stamp on the front cover (see another picture). This is the address of the famous Kandinsky's apartment in Moscow in penthouse under a round dome at Dolgy pereulok. After Kandinsky this apartment was occupied by Vera Favorsky, then by Vladimir Stenberg. [Shevchenko, Alexandr (1883-1948): Well-known Russian and Soviet avant-garde artist. Studied in Paris and Moscow under Korovin and Serov. Participated at the futurist exhibitions: 'Donkey's Tail', 'Target', 'World of Art', etc. Member of many associations. Professor of VKhUTEMAS, the famous school of Russian avant-garde. Kandinsky Vasily: (1866-1944): probably, the most famous Russian (as well as German) avant-garde artist.]

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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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Bem E.
VSEGO PONEMNOZHKU (A Little of Everything).
Paris: I. S. Lapin, n/d [1900's - 1910's].
1st edition. Text (almost none) in Russian. SC folder 13-1/2 x 10-1/4 in. 20 plates of illustrations. Photo on the cover. Children's album.

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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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Vermel', Samuil.
TANKI. Lyrics.
Moscow: 'Studia', 1915.
1st edition. Text in Russian. SC. 8 x 5-1/2 in. Illustrations by D. B. [David Burliuk]. Cover by V. Ulianishchev. Futurist book. [Burliuk, David (1882-1967): Well-known Russian Avant-garde artist, one of the founders of Russian Futurism. Studied in Munich and Paris. Friend of Mayakovsky. One of the founders of 'Knave of Diamonds'. After Russian Revolution emigrated. Lived in the United States. Exhibited on futurist exhibitions; after 1917: in 1922 (Berlin) with Exter, Filonov, Gabo, Kandinsky, Popova, Puni (Pougny), Rodchenko, Rozanova, Tatlin; in 1932 (Philadelphia) with Archipenko, Chagall, Goncharova, Larionov, Lissitzky, Malevich, Tzadkin, etc.]

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Lobanov-Rostovsky A. B., Prince.
RUSSKAIA RODOSLOVNAIA KNIGA ('Russian Genealogy Book') in 2 vols.
St-Petersburg: Suvorin, 1895.
2nd edition. Text in Russian. SC. 10-1/4' x 6-1/2'. VIII, 467 + V, 481 pp. No soft covers. The famous genealogy of Russian noblemen.

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Altman, Nathan) Volkovysky, Arnold.
SOLNTSA POTSELUI (Kisses of the Sun').
St. Petersburg, 1914.
1st edition. Text in Russian. SC. 10-1/4' x 7-5/8'. 69,III pp. Illustrations and cover (Lithograph) by Nathan Al'tman.

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Efros N.
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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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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Agnivtsev A.; Arkhangel'sky A.
Sheet Music I TUT I TAM ('Here and There'). Baliev's Songs No. 1.
Moscow: Baliev, n/d [1910s].
Text in Russian. 13 x 10 in. [3] pp. Illustrated cover. [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. Agnivtsev, Nikolai (1888-1932): Russian and Soviet poet. Known for his variety show songs and children's poetry. Was in emigration from 1917 to 1923. Arkhangel'sky, Alexandr (1846-1924): Russian composer and conductor. Died in Prague.]

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Vilinsky A. (music). Repinsky I. (text).
Sheet music 'VARIAG' ('Varangian'). Ballade.
Moscow: Gutheil, n/d.
Text in Russian. 12-5/8 x 9-3/4. I, 11 pp. Illustrated cover. 'Variag': Legendary Russian battle cruiser. Its crew decided to go down but not to surrender.

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Shatrov I. (music).
Sheet music NA SOPKAKH MANCHZHURII ('At Manchuria Hills'). Waltz.
Moscow: Knaub, n/d.
Text in Russian. 13-1/2 x 10-1/4. I, 5 , I pp. Illustrated cover. Old Russian very popular waltz.

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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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Dobuzhinsky, Mstislav.
Original artwork: Costume design for the play "Performance on Robin and Marion" in Starinny Theater (St. Petersburg).
[St. Petersburg, 1907].
Watercolor, gouache and pencil on paper. 13-3/8 x 9-1/4. Certified. The first theater work by the artist. [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 Al'tman, 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, Somov; etc.]

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Group od authors.
TZAR'-KOLOKOL ("Czar-Bell. Artistic Calendar-Almanac for 1914").
Moscow: Sytin, 1913.
Text in Russian. SC. 11-1/2 x 8-3/4. IV, 136, 18 pp, Folded map. Profusely illustrated. Pictorial cover by Vishnevsky. Illustrated title page by Nekrasov. Besides general subjects such as Royalty, Government, Cities, Transport, Commerce, Political and Social life, Theater, Sports, etc. the Calendar covered 150th Anniversary of the Academy of Arts and Art exhibitions. Illustrations reproduce works of Russian artists including Pasternak, Le-Dantu, Larionov, Goncharova, etc.]

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Magazine SOLOVEI (Nightingale") 1 & 2.
No
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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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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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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: 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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Khanzhonkov, A. A.
PERVYE GODY RUSSKOI KINEMATOGRAFII [KINOPROMYSHLENNOSTI] ("First Yeas of Russian Cinematography [On the cover: Cinema Industry]). Memoirs.
Moscow-Leningrad: Iskusstvo, 1937.
First (and the only) edition. Text in Russian. Cloth decorated to front and spine. Illustrated. Cover design by S. Kovan'ko. 2000 copies only. [Khanzhonkov, Aleksandr (1877-1945): First major Russian cinema organizer and businessman.]

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Shtorkh, P.
PUTEVODITEL'. ("Guide to the Garden and City of Pavlovsk")
St.-Petersburg: I. Seleznev, 1843.
Text in Russian. 16mo (6-1/2 x 5) Hardcover. Bound with original wrappers. Illustrated with 12 engravings and plan (large foldout) by V. A. Zhukovsky. [Zhukovsky, Vasiliy (1783-1852): famous Russian poet and artist. Friend of Pushkin, Gogol', Briullov.]

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Exter, Alexandra) Aksenov, Innokenty.
PIKASSO I OKRESTNOSTI (Picasso and Neighborhoods). First edition.
Moscow: Tsentrifuga, 1917.
Text in Russian. SC, 10-1/2 x 8 in. 64, VIII pp. Plates, illustrations (12 mezzotints). Cover by Alexandra Exter. [Futurist author, artist and publishing house. Probably, the first Russian book about Picasso. [Exter, Alexandra (1882-1949): the famous Ukrainian émigré avant-garde artist. Lived in Kiev, Moscow and Paris.]

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Khlebnikov, Velemir (Victor).
OSHIBKA SMERTI ("The Death's Mistake"). First Edition. Fine.
Moscow: Liren', 1917.
Stapled wraps. Text in Russian. FINE. [Khlebnikov, Victor (Velemir): one of the founders of Russian Futurism.]

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Burliuk, Goncharova, Kandinsky, Larionov, Chagall, Kandaurov) N/A.
Exhibition Catalogue: VYSTAVKA ZHIVOPISI. 1915 GOD. ("Exhibition of Painting 1915"). Organized by K. Kandaurov. First Edition.
Moscow: Khudozhestvenny Salon, [1915].
6-1/4 x 5 Stapled wraps. Text in Russian. (Among the participants: N. Altman, V. Burliuk, D. Burliuk, N. Goncharova, V. Kandinsky, M. Larionov, M. Chagall, et al.). Near Fine. [Altman, Nathan (1889-1970): Well-known 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. - Burliuk, David (1882-1967): Well-known Russian Avant-garde artist, one of the founders of Russian Futurism. Studied in Munich and Paris. Friend of Mayakovsky. One of the founders of "Knave of Diamonds". After Russian Revolution emigrated. Lived in the United States. Exhibited on futurist exhibitions; after 1917: in 1922 (Berlin) with Exter, Filonov, Gabo, Kandinsky, Popova, Puni (Pougny), Rodchenko, Rozanova, Tatlin; in 1932 (Philadelphia) with Archipenko, Chagall, Goncharova, Larionov, Lissitzky, Malevich, Tzadkin, etc.]

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Various authors.
UMER BEDNIAGA ("He Died, Poor Fellow"). Song-book. First Edition.
Moscow: Morozov, 1908.
Stapled wraps. Text in Russian. Illustrated cover. Book is incomplete. [Chap-book]

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Ego-Futurists (Various Authors).
EGO-FUTURISTY ("Ego-Futurists") VII. VSEGDAY. First Edition.
St. Peterburg [St. Petersburg]: Peterburgsky Glashatay, 1913.
Sewn wraps. Text in Russian. [Ego Futurism Collection.]

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Chertopolokh, Gur.
NA BUIU ("On the Buoy"). A Leaflet with the Freedom Spelling. First Edition.
St. Petersburg, c. 1906?
Stapled wraps. Text in Russian.

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Bilibin) Bakhtiarov, A.
O KNIGOPECHATANII ("On Book Printing"). First Edition. Signed.
St. Petersburg: Zhurnal "Narodnoye Obrazovaniye", 1904.
Stapled wraps. Text in Russian. Cover by I. Bilibin. SIGNED by author. [Bilibin, Ivan (1876-1942): the famous Russian artist. Graphics and Theater, book illustrations. Studied under Repin. Member of "World of Art" with Bakst, Somoff, Benois. Was often using traditional Russian folk motifs. Participated in many exhibitions.]

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Markov, Vladimir; Le Fauconnier, Elie Faure, et al.
OBSHCHESTVO KHUDOZHNIKOV 'SOYUZ MOLODEZHI' ("Artists' Society "Union of Youth"). Second Issue. First Edition.
St. Petersburg: Soyuz Molodiozhi, 1912.
Tall 8vo 99-3/4 x 6-1/2) Softcover. Text in Russian. Illustrated (Avant-garde paintings by Rozanova, Filonov, et al.). Front pictorial label missing. [Filonov, Pavel (1883-1941): One of the most famous artists of Russian Avant-garde. Founder of "Masters of Analytic Art". INKhUK. Founder of "Union of Youth". Exhibited in 1922 (Berlin) with Archipenko, Chagall, Gabo, Kandinsky, Lissitzky, Malevich, Popova, Puni (Pougny), Rodchenko, Rozanova, Tatlin, etc. - Markov (Matvey, Matveys), Vladimir (1877-1914) Avant-Garde artist and art critic.]

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Ratomsky, N. A.
CHTO DUMAYET VIL'GEL'M ("What About Is Wilhelm Thinking When He Is Sleepless?"). First Edition.
Petrograd: Kasatkin, 1914.
Wraps. Text in Russian. Illustrated. [WWI Chap-book.]

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Adamovich, Georgy.
OBLAKA ("Clouds"). Poetry. First Edition. Signed.
Moscow-Petrograd: Altsiona, 1916.
Text in Russian. Softcover. INSCRIBED AND SIGNED by Author. Presentation copy to the famous Russian philosopher and writer Vasily (Vasilij) Rozanov.

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Burliuk, D; Khlebnikov, V.; Kruchenykh, A.; O. Rozanova, B. Livshits, E. Guro, M. Matiushin, et al.
SOYUZ MOLODEZHI ("Union of Youth") Third Issue.
St. Petersburg: Soyuz Molodezhi (Union of Youth), 1913.
Third (and the last) issue. Text in Russian. Square (9-1/2 x 9-1/4) Card covers. Cover art and 11 beautiful Avant-garde illustrations by O. Rozanova and I. Shkolnik. Catalogue of "Union of Youth" publications. [Burliuk, David (1882-1967): Well-known Russian Avant-garde artist, one of the founders of Russian Futurism. Studied in Munich and Paris. Friend of Mayakovsky. One of the founders of "Knave of Diamonds". After Russian Revolution emigrated. Lived in the United States. Exhibited on futurist exhibitions; after 1917: in 1922 (Berlin) with Exter, Filonov, Gabo, Kandinsky, Popova, Puni (Pougny), Rodchenko, Rozanova, Tatlin; in 1932 (Philadelphia) with Archipenko, Chagall, Goncharova, Larionov, Lissitzky, Malevich, Tzadkin, etc. - Kruchenykh, Alexei (1886-1968): The famous Russian writer, one of the founders of Russian Futurism. - Matiushin, Mikhail (1861-1934): Painter, musician, theorist in music and color. Head of one of three major schools of Russian Avant-garde in St. Petersburg-Leningrad. - Matiushin'a article contains quotations from Petr Ouspensky's "Tertium Organum". Avant-garde collection.].

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Martynov, Andrey.
ZHIVOPISNOYE PUTESHESTVIYE ("Pisturesque Travel from Moscow to the Chinese Border") First Edition.
St. Petersburg: Pliushar, 1819.
Oblong (8-1/2 x 12-1/2) Hardcover (half-leather). Illustrated throughout with engravings (plates, foldout). Ffep and one illustration missing.

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Grishchenko, A.
O SVIAZIAKH ("On Connections Between Russian Painting with Byzantium and West XIII-XX Centuries"). First Edition.
Moscow: Author, 1913.
Text in Russian. 4to (10 x 7) Binding over soft covers. 23 illustrations. Stained. [Grishchenko, Alexandr (1883-? In Paris): Well-known Russian avant-garde artist. Futurist, cubo-futurist, founder of the group "Tsvetodinamos". Painter and art critic. Professor of VKhUTEMAS, the famous school of Russian avant-garde. Participated in "Union of Youth", "Knave of Diamonds", "World of Art", etc. Exhibited in 1922 (Berlin) with Archipenko, Chagall, Filonov, Gabo, Kandinsky, Lissitzky, Malevich, Popova, Puni (Pougny), Rodchenko, Rozanova, etc.]

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Shatrov I. (music).
Sheet music NA SOPKAKH MANCHZHURII ('At Manchuria Hills'). Waltz.
Moscow: Knaub, n/d.
Text in Russian. 13-1/2 x 10-1/4. I, 5 , I pp. Illustrated cover. Old Russian very popular waltz.

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Bogdanovich, Ippolit) Tolstoy, Fyodor, Count (Made Drawings and Engraved)
[Album of Engraved Illustrations to the Poem by I. Bogdanovich] DUSHIN'KA ("Darling"). First Edition.
St. Petersburg: Typography of The Academy of Sciences, c. 1840.
Text in Russian and French. Oblong Folio (17-1/2" x 25") Quarter-leather. Complete set of 63 engravings (engraved title page + 2 pages of text + 62 plates). Some damage to covers, needs restoration. [Tolstoy, Fyodor Petrovich (1783-1873): The famous Russian sculptor, medalist, painter, draughtsman and printmaker. "Tolstoy made use of line with great skill and with a great sense of style… the illustrations to "Dushin'ka are consistently classical… all of Tolstoy's work is notable for its sincerity, poetry and tastefulness" ("Dictionary of Art").]

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N/A.
Magazine: AUTOMOBILE. 1917 No. 6.
St. Petersburg: Russian Automobile Society, 1917.
Text in Russian. Folio (13 x 9-1/2) Stapled wraps. Illustrated.

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