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SOYUZ DEYATELEY PRIKLADNOGO ISKUSSTVA I KHUDOZHESTVENNOY PROMYSHLENNOSTI ("The Union of Applied Arts and Artistic Industry")
Moscow, [1918]

Text in Russian. 4to (10" x 7-1/4") stapled booklet. Logo by Nikolay Sheverdiaev. From the library of a member of the Union Avant-garde artist Mikhail Tarkhanov with his handwritten name and date in 1918.
Contains Appeal (Manifesto), By-Laws of the Union, etc..

President of the Union: Nikolay Bartram. Council members: Ignaty Nivinsky, Aleksey Shchusev, Fedor Shekhtel', Fedor Fedorovsky, et al.

Very Rare, especially in such condition. Not in MOMA, not in Getty, not in British Library, not in NYPL.

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Item ID: 02063R

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ORTHODOX SERVICE BOOK (Bound Manuscript)
[Russia, 19th Century?]

Folio (15-1/4" x 9-1/4") Full leather boards, embossed with ornament. 212 pp. Text in Church Slavonic with old Russian music notations, written in red and black. Decorations in the text. Incomplete (?).

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Item ID: Mis00040

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ORTHODOX SERVICE BOOK (Bound Manuscript)
[Russia, 18th Century?]

Imperial 8vo (9-1/4" x 7") Full leather boards, embossed with ornament; clasps. 568 pp. Text in Church Slavonic with old Russian music notations, written in red and black. Richly decorated.

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Item ID: Mis00041

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Early Ethiopian Religious (Orthodox Christian) Manuscript on Parchment
Ethiopia, 16th - 17th Century]

Sewn parchment with wood boards.
170 leaves written in black and red ink.
First part (treatise?) written in 2 columns on each page, second - mostly in 1 column.
Approx. size 5-3/8" x 3-1/2" x 2-1/2".
Language: Ge'ez.

Accompanied by an expert's opinion.

Some relevant information on Ethiopian manuscripts.

Rare ancient manuscript.

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Item ID: Mis00048

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Abegian, Mikhailov) Sarkisian, Ara (Foreword)
VYSTAVKA PROIZVEDENIY ... MEGERA MANUKOVICHA ABEGIANA (Meger Manukovich Abegian). Exhibition Catalogue
Erevan: Armgiz, 1945

Catalogue of the retrospective exhibition of Armenian and Russian Soviet artist Mger Abegyan.

Text in Armenian and Russian. Softcover. 200 copies only.
Warmly inscribed and signed by the artist to Aleksey Mikhaylov.

Very Rare, especially signed.

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Item ID: 04534R

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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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Aksakov, Sergey
ZAPISKI OB UZHEN'E RYBY ("Notes on Fishing")
Moscow: Typography of Bakhmet'ev, 1871

Author: Sergei Aksakov.

4th augmented edition. Text in Russian. Half-leather emdossed in gilt to spine. XV, 363, III pp. Illustrated with engravings (polytypes). Owner's inscription dated 1872.

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Item ID: 02108R

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Aleksandrov, A. I. (Composer). Text by Ya. Galitsky
YA NE TAKAYA... ("I Am Not of Such Kind"). On the cover: "Repertoire of Mr. Ally". Popular song. Inscribed
Moscow: Detlaf & Co., n/d (c. 1920)

Music by A. I. Alexandrov.
Poetry by Ya. M. Galitskiy.

Text in Russian. Folio (13-3/4" x 8-1/4"). Illustrated cover.
Warmly inscribed by (?).

Rare.

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Item ID: SM00122

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Alekseev, Nikolai Mikhailovich) Kornilov, Petr
NIKOLAI MIKHAILOVICH ALEXEEV. Signed
Kazan, 1929

"From the history of the Arzamas School of Painting"

On the Russian artist Nikolay Mikhaylovich Alekseiev.
Author: Pyotr Kornilov.

Offprint in Russian. 4to (10-1/2" x 7") Stapled wraps. Illustrated. List of works. Bibliography. 150 copies only.
Warmly inscribed and signed by the author to Nikolay Stolov (1893-1941).

Very Rare provincial publication, especially signed.

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Item ID: 04539R

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Altman, Korolev, Chaikov, Mikhailov, et al.) Bakushinsky, A. (Foreword)
GOSUDARSTVENNAYA KHUDOZHESTVENNAYA VYSTAVKA SOVREMENNOY SKUL'PTURY ("State Exhibition of Modern [Contemporary] Sculpture"). Exhibition Catalogue
Moscow: Glavnauka NKP, 1926

Group exhibition catalogue.
Foreword by Anatoly Bakushinskiy.

Among the artists: Anna Golubkina, Beatrisa Sandomirskaya, Boris Korolev, David Yakerson, Dmitry Tsaplin, Iosif Chaykov, Isidor Frikh-Khar, Ivan Efimov, Nadezhda Krandievskaya, Natan Al'tman, Sarra Lebedeva, Sergei Konenkov, Stepan Er'zia, Vasily Vatagin, Vera Mukhina, et al.

Text in Russian. Stapled wraps. Artists' addresses. 1500 copies only.
From the library of well-known art critic Aleksey Mikhaylov.

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Item ID: 04213R

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Altman, Kreitser) Kuznetsov, E. D. (Compiled by); Kozintsev, G. (Foreword)
NATAN AL'TMAN ("Nathan Altman"). Exhibition Catalogue. Signed
Leningrad: Khudozhnik RSFSR, 1968

Catalogue of the retrospective exhibition of a famous Russian Soviet artist Natan Al'tman.
Foreword by Grigory Kozintsev.

Text in Russian. Softcover. Illustrated. 3000 copies only.
Warmly inscribed and signed by the author to Boris Kreitzer.

Scarce, especially signed.

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Item ID: 04398R

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Altman, Nathan; Mueller)
NATAN ALTMAN. Theater, Painting, Graphics. Exhibition Catalogue. Signed
Leningrad: VTO, 1941

Catalogue of the retrospective exhibition of a famous Jewish Russian and Soviet artist Natan Al'tman.

Text in Russian. 219 work listed. 200 copies only. Horizontal fold.

From the library of Avant-garde theater artist Vladimir Muller with inscription made to him by Altman? (not sure).

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Item ID: 04185R

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Antokolsky, Mark.
AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED.
St. Petersburg, 1886.
ALS, in French, 2pp. 4to, St. Petersburg, June 23/July 4, 1886. To the members of the Northwestern Literary and Historical Society, Sioux City, Iowa. He first thanks them for the honor they have paid him in nominating him a member of their society and hopes some day to be able to come to America. Should he do so, he would hope to travel to see them. He comments on cordial feelings between Russia and America and hopes it will always be the same. Fragile and frayed at right and bottom margins, deleting the word "Historical" of the addressee. Gouge at right margin of verso, affecting one word. [Mark Matveyevich Antokolski (or Antokolsky) (1843-1902) a famous Russian sculptor, Jewish by origin. Specialized in portrait statues, as of Ivan the Terrible, Peter the Great, Turgenev and others. - Rare and important letter]

Item ID: Au00005

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Arkhangelsky, Dmitry
PROVINTSIYA ("Province"). Original Linocuts. First Edition
Ulianovsk: 7th School, 1928.

Artist: Dmitriy Arkhangelskiy.

Text in Russian. 9-3/4" x 7-3/4" original folder containing set of 8 linocuts of various sizes executed by the artist plus original ink drawing (the title page, 8-1/2" x 6-1/2", dated 1926). Very small edition. Inscribed by author.

This is one of a kind copy with original title page in ink of a Very Rare set of linocuts. Not in MOMA, not in Getty, not in British Library, not in NYPL.

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Item ID: 00727R

Price: $1,095.00

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Baev) Dzhivelegov, et al. Editors M. Baev and N. Agokas
SEVERNAYA MASKA ("Northern Mask"). Magazine of Improvisators. No. 1 (The only published)
Moscow: KSKI M.G.T.T., 1925

Only one issue ever published.

Text in Russian. Tall 8vo (9" x 6") Softcover. Illustrated. 300 copies only.

Editors: Mikhail Baev and Nikolay Agokas.
Linocuts by Aleksey Baev.

Vakhtang Mchedelov - Comedy of Masks - Monodrama - Theater improvisation - Propaganda theater - La commedia dell'Arte - etc.

Very Rare, especially in such condition.

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Item ID: 02651R

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Baratynsky) Compiled by N. I. Tiutchev. Artistic Editor S. A. Abramov
Exhibition Catalogue: EVGENY ABRAMOVICH BORATYNSKY. Signed Galley-Proof
Muranovo: Tyutchev Museum, 1925

Catalogue of the exhibition in commemoration of 125th anniversary of the birth of a famous Russian poet Yevgeny Baratynskiy.

Text in Russian. 6-3/4" x 5" galley-proof. Illustrated. 500 copies only.
Inscribed and signed by artistic editor to a well-known Soviet art critic Mikhail Sokol'nikov.

Rare.

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Item ID: 02333R

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Benavente, Jacinto
IGRA INTERESOV ("The Bonds of Interests") Typescript of Role of the Host for the theater "KARNAVAL KOMEDIANTOV" ("The Carnival of Actors")
Moscow, 1920
Text in Russian.

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Item ID: Au00012

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Berlewi) Pat, Jacob
BUNDYSCI. Signed
Warszawa (Warsaw): Di Welt, 192?

Author: Yaakov Pat, an activist in the Jewish socialist and education movements in Poland.
Constructivist cover design by Avant-garde artist Henryk Berlewi, who was involved in creating a "New Jewish style" in the arts.

Text in Yiddish. Cloth. 127 pp.

Inscribed by the author to a student at the East New York Arberter Ring Shul.

"El Lissitzky arrived in 1921 in Warsaw on the way to set up a Soviet exhibition of art in Berlin and overwhelmed Berlewi by his abstract constructivist art and conceptions. Berlewi abandoned further efforts at finding a Jewish style, having passed in two years through neo-Romanticism, expressionism and formism to now become a constructivist." (Seth L. Wolitz).

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Item ID: 03041R

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Blagoy, D.
TRI VEKA ("Three Centuries"). From the History of Russian Poetry of 18th, 19th and 20th Centuries. First Edition. Signed.
Moscow: Sovetskaya Literatura, 1933.
Hardcover with decorated endpapers. 378 pp. 5000 copies only. Cover: Avant-garde design (Constructivism). Warmly INSCRIBED AND SIGNED by author to Mikhail Sokol'nikov. Fep detached. [Rare, especially signed]

Item ID: 00660R

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Bobri (aka Vladimir Bobritsky)
TAXCO Mexico. 12 Pastels. First Edition. Signed.
Milano: [Author], 1949.
Album of works by Bobri (Vladimir Bobritsky). Introductions by Andres Segovia (Spanish) and P. K. Thomajan (English). Elephant folio size: 15-3/4" x 11-3/4" (40 x 30 cm) Softbound, plain white cover. Tipped-in illustrations. 1000 copies only. Signed by Bobri. Very nice condition.

Very Rare

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Item ID: 01556R

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Brier) Bakaleinikov, Mikhail (Composer). Text by Alexander Kusikov
OBIDNO, DOSADNO... ("[I Feel] Hurt and Disappointment"). Gipsy Song. Signed
Harbin: First Far East Music Publishing, n/d [1918-1919]

Uncommon emigre publication

Music by Mischa Bakaleinikoff.
Poetry by Aleksandr Kusikov.
Cover by P. Brier.

Text in Russian. Folio (12-7/8" x 9-7/8").
Signed by the composer in Khabarovsk, 1919 during his emigration to the United States.

Very Rare, especially signed.

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Item ID: SM00120

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Brik) Bobrov, Sergey
NOVOYE OB EPITETE ("New on Epithet"). Signed
1918

Author: Futurist poet Sergei Bobrov.

Text in Russian. Tall 8vo (9" x 6-1/8") offprint.
Warmly inscribed by the author to Osip Brik.

Rare, especially signed.

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Item ID: 02889R

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Brik) Vertov, Dziga
[Handwritten note to Osip Brik]
[Moscow, 1920's]

Medium: Pencil on paper

Size in inches: 5" x 9" approx

Size in centimeters: 12.5 x 22.5 cm approx

Dziga Vertov's handwritten note to Osip Brik. Text in Russian. Signed.

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Item ID: Au00010

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Brik) Vertov, Dziga
[Handwritten note to Osip Brik]
Moscow, 1926

Medium: Ink on paper written on both sides

Size in inches: 8-1/4" x 10-3/8"

Size in centimeters: 21 x 26.5 cm

Dziga Vertov's handwritten note to Osip Brik. Text in Russian. Signed.

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Item ID: Au00011

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Brik, Lilya) Kirsanov, Semen
TVOYA POEMA ("Your Poem"). Signed
Moscow, 1937]

Semion Kirsanov's own excerpt from a magazine with the publication of the poet's best poem devoted to his untimely deceased wife. With correction note and his inscription to Lilia Brik

Text in Russian. Excerpt with self-made cover.

One of a kind item.

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Item ID: Mis00050

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Brovtsina) Gliere, Reinhold (Composer). Text by M. Rosenheim
ONA PELA / "Wie schon gang sie" ("She Was Singing"). Romance. Op. 36 No. 5. Signed
Moscow-Leipzig: P. Yurgenson [Jurgenson], n/d [c. 1910]

Music by Reingol'd Glier.
Poetry by Mikhail Rozengeim.

Text in Russian and German. Folio (13" x 10"). Decorated cover. Tears to front page.
Warmly inscribed and signed by the composer to Maria Vladimirovna Brovtsyna.

Rare in any condition, especially signed.

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Item ID: SM00124

Price: $285.00

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Bulgakov, Mikhail
MASTER I MARGARITA ("Master and Margarita"). First complete Edition
Frankfurt/M: Possev [Posev], 1969

First publication of complete text in book format of arguably the best Russian novel of the 20th Century by Mikhail Bulgakov (1891-1940).

Text in Russian. Cloth with gilt lettering to front and spine; dust jacket. 498, (2) pp. Gift from Archpriest of Russian Church in Stratford with his warm inscription (1975).

Rare.

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Item ID: 03821R

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Burak, Sokolnikov) Viaznikov, A. (Foreword)
VYSTAVKA PROIZVEDENIY KHUDOZHNIKA A. F. BURAKA ("A. F. Burak"). Exhibition Catalogue
Moscow: Union of Artists, 1963

Catalogue of the retrospective exhibition of Russian Soviet artist Alexander Filippovich Burak (1921-1997).

Text in Russian. Stapled wraps. Illustrated. 1000 copies only.
Warmly inscribed and signed by the artist to Mikhail Sokol'nikov. Light waterstaining to margins but completely serviceable.

Scarce.

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Item ID: 03616R

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Burliuk, Bem, et ) Serebrennikov, N. N. (Editor)
MOLOTOVSKAYA KHUDOZHESTVENNAYA GALLEREYA ("Molotov Art Gallery"). Catalogue. Signed
Molotov [Perm]: City Gallery, 1944

Museum Catalogue.
Painting - Sculpture - Drawing

Among the artists: Boris Korolev, David Burliuk, Elizaveta Boehm, Nathan Altman, Victor Palmov, et al.

Text in Russian. Softcover. 151, (1) pp. + plates. Many illustrations. 2000 copies only.

Warmly inscribed and signed by the author to Mikhail Sokolnikov.

Rare provincial publication, especially signed.

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Item ID: 04106R

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Burliuk, Drevin, Udal'tsova, et al.) Ternovets, Boris
TRINADTSAT' ("[Artistic Group] '13'"). Three Exhibition Catalogues
Moscow, 1929-31

3 catalogues of a group exhibitions.

Among the artists: Alexander Drevin, Antonina Sofronova [Safronova], Boris Rybchenkov, Daniil Daran, David Burliuk, Lev Zevin, Nadezhda Kashina, Nadezhda Udaltsova, Nikolay Kuzmin, Nina Pamiatnykh, Olga Gil'debrandt, Roman Semashkevich, Tatiana Mavrina, Tatyana Lebedeva, Valentin Yustitsky, Vladimir Milashevsky, Zalman Liberman, et al.

Text in Russian. 6" x 4-1/4" to 8" x 6-1/2". Illustrated. Artists' addresses. 350 to 1000 copies only.
Constructivist covers.

1931 catalogue-checklist: printed in Polygraphic College (former Polygraphic Department of VKHUTEMAS).
1929 catalogue: from the library of Mikhail Sokol'nikov.

Very Rare, especially as a group.

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Item ID: 03794R

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Calmet, Augustin (1672-1757)
2 books: EVREISKY RATNIK ("Jewish Warrior") and EVREISKY CHINOVNIK ("Jewish Official")
St. Petersburg: Shnor Typography, 1795 (both titles)

Two separate titles bound together.

Text in Russian. Full red leather decorated in gilt. VI, 110 pp. + (2), 40 pp.

From the library of Count N. A. Kushelev-Bezborod'ko with his armored stamp of the title page. Also, the title of the book bears the signature, as we believe, of its further owner Count G. A. Kushelev-Bezborod'ko.

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Item ID: 03982R

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Chaplin, Griunberg) Shklovsky, Tereshkovich, et al.
CHAPLIN. Collection of Articles. First Edition. Signed
Berlin: Kino, 1923

Authors: Konstantin Tereshkovich, Victor Shklovskiy, et al.

Text in Russian. 7-1/2" x 4-3/4" Softcover rebound in cloth; front wrap bound in. 127, (1) pp. Avant-garde cover and illustrations by V. Griunberg. Inscribed and signed by Tereshkovich to Aleksandr Ginger.

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Item ID: 00261R

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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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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

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Chebotarev, Konstantin
Group of documents from the archive of K. Chebotaryov and A. Platunova
Kazan-Moscow, 1920's-1930's

Group of several documents in Russian from the archive of Avant-garde artists Konstantin Chebotariov and his wife Alexandra Platunova.

The documents are sewn together.
There are handwritten notes, correspondence, photographs of artworks, clips and two catalogues.
Documents are related to art works and artistic life, mostly of Kazan' 1920's. Some sheets in fragile condition but readable;
Unique photographs of art works (some of them may not survive);
Photographic experiment by Victor Sotonin (photomontage / photogram?);
Two very rare catalogues: "2nd Exhibition of Kazan LEF" (1925, 100 copies) and "IV Exhibition of TAKhRR" (1925, 200 copies, with a photo of an artwork pasted, obviously, by the owner).

One of a kind group of documents.

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Item ID: Mis00026

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Chefranov, S. V.
ORGANIZATSIYA I TEKHNIKA IZDATEL'SKOGO DELA ("Organization and Technique of Publishing"). First Edition. Signed
ZEI Narkomtorga, 1930

Text in Russian. Small 4to (9-3/4" x 6-7/8") Softcover. 2000 copies only.
Inscribed and signed by the author to B. A. Somorov.

Rare, especially signed.

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Item ID: 02577R

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Chekhonin, Baliev, Borisov) Efros, Nikolay
TEATR 'LETUCHAYA MYSH' N. F. BALIEVA ("N. F. Baliev's 'Bat' Theater"). First Edition
Moscow/Petrograd, [1918]

A book by Nikolai Yefimovich Efros (1867-1923) about 10 years of work of the famous "Bat" Cabaret of Nikita Balieff.
Cover and decorations by Serge Tchekhonine.

Text in Russian. Folio (12" x 9-1/2") card covers. Illustrated throughout.

MOMA Cat. No. 174. Getty Cat. No. 146.

Rare. Not in British Library. Not in NYPL.

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Item ID: 04139R

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Chekhonin, Sudeikin, Annenkov, Kulbin, et al.) Evreinov, Nikolay
Group of 12 books by N. Evreinov. First Editions
St. Petersburg-Moscow, 1909-1924

Ten titles in twelve books. Author: Nikolai Yevreinov. Text in Russian.

1909 02404R VVEDENIYE V MONODRAMU ("Introduction to Monodrama"). Signed.

1912 02402R TEATR KAK TAKOVOY ("Theater as such").

1914 (15) 02401R PRO SCENA SUA.

1915-17 02403R TEATR DLIA SEBIA ("Theater for Oneself"). In three volumes.

1921 01354R CHTO TAKOYE TEATR ("What Is Theater"). A Book for Children.

1921 02397R PROISKHOZHDENIYE DRAMY ("The Origin of Drama: Primitive Tragedy and the Role of the Goat in the History of Its Rise").

1922 02399R TEATRALIZATSIYA ZHIZNI ("Adapting Theater for the life: A poet who does so").

1922 02400R TEATRAL'NYIE NOVATSII ("Theatrical Innovations").

1923 02398R O NOVOY MASKE ("On the New Mask. Autobiographical-Reconstructive").

1924 02396R TEATR U ZHIVOTNYKH ("Theater among the Animals: On the Biological Meaning of Theatricality").

Rare collection.

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Please note that aside of this collection we also have previously listed matching items: a signed copy of "Origin of Drama" and uniformly published "Book about Evreinov" by Vasily Kamensky.


Item ID: 02405R

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Chepurkovsky [Tschepourkovsky], Efim, Prof. Dr.
HOW TO KILL WAR (Moral Revolution of Youth). First Edition
Printed in China, 1938

Text in English. 7-1/4" x 5" softcover. 206 pp. Illustrated. Fragile condition.

Author: Dr. Yefim Chepurkovskiy.
An obscure text on the prevention of war and the advent of the Great World Order, by Prof. Dr. E. Tschepourkovsky, formerly of the University of Moscow. Includes an inquiry/preface, hand-typed and hand corrected in ink and signed by the author.

Extremely Rare, especially signed.

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Item ID: 02083R

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Choukhaeff, Vassili) Pouchkine, Alexandre [Shukhaev - Pushkin]. Gide, Andre
LA DAME DE PIQUE ("The Queen of Spades"). Signed Numbered Edition
Paris: Editions de la Pleiade (J. Schiffrin & Cie), 1923

Author: Alexander Pushkin. Translation by J. Schiffrin, B. Schloezer and A. Gide. Foreword by Andre Gide.

Artist: Vasily Shukhaev.

Text in French. Small 4to (9-3/4" x 7") Softcover with dust jacket; slipcase.
Color frontispiece, 7 horse texte color illustrations plus number of head and tail-pieces.
Copy 238 from 260 copies printed on vellum paper, signed by the publisher.

Reproduced: Miamlin p. 57.

Very Rare, especially in such a beautiful condition.

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Item ID: 04462R

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Chugunov, Nikolay (Composer)
VAL'S-BOSTON ("Waltz Boston"). Signed
Moscow: Author, 1926

Music by Nikolai Chugunov.

Text in Russian. Folio (14" x 10-1/2").
Warmly inscribed and signed by the author.

Rare, especially signed.

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Item ID: SM00100

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Dadashev, Useinov) Kasim-zade, E. A. and Yu. S. Yaralov
DADASHEV. USEYNOV. First Edition. Signed
Moscow: GILSA, 1951

A book about well-known Azerbaijani and Russian Soviet architects Sadykh Dadashev and Mikael' Useinov.
Series "Masters of Soviet Architecture".

Text in Russian. Large 4to (11-1/2" x 9") cloth decorated to front and spine; DJ. 130, (2) pp. Profusely illustrated with drawings, plans and photographs; foldouts. 5000 copies only.
Warmly inscribed and signed by one of the authors (Iaralov) to Soviet art critic Aleksey Mikhailov.

Scarce, especially signed. Not in Senkevich.

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Item ID: 00550R

Price: $245.00

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Denisovsky) Mayakovky, Vladimir. Compiler V. Duvakin. Editor V. Katanyan
GROZNY SMEKH. OKNA SATIRY ROSTA ("Dread Laugh. Satirical ROSTA Windows"). First Edition
Mocow-Leningrad: Iskusstvo, 1938

Poster art and text by Vladimir Mayakovskiy.
Book compiler: Victor Duvakin.
Editor: Vasily Katanian.
Album artist: Nikolay Denisovskiy.

Text in Russian. Folio (12" x 9") half-cloth album. 125 sheets. Illustrated throughout (b/w and color). Loosely inserted two cloth-backed stapled large size booklets with Text of the posters and Commentaries to them.

From the library of the author Victor Duvakin with his name inscribed on ffep.

Rare and important reference.

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Item ID: 03481R

Price: Upon Request

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Domashnikov, Sokolnikov) Golovanov, N. (Foreword)
BORIS FEDOROVICH DOMASHNIKOV (On the cover: B. DOMASHNIKOV). Exhibition Catalogue. Signed
Moscow: Union of Artists, 1963

Catalogue of the retrospective exhibition of Russian Soviet artist Boris Fyodorovich Domashnikov (1924-2003).

Text in Russian. Oblong (5-1/2" x 8-7/8") Stapled wraps. Illustrated. 2000 copies only.
Inscribed and signed by the author to Mikhail Sokol'nikov.

Scarce, especially signed.

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Item ID: 03621R

Price: $145.00

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Dul'sky, Shifrin) Various Artists
POLIGRAFICHESKAYA SHKOLA F.Z.U. ("A. V. Lunacharsky's Polygraphic School"). First Edition. Signed
Kazan', 1928

Text in Russian. Softcover. Illustrated with tipped-in typographic works including original prints and Anatoly Lunacharskiy's portrait. Supervising by Petr Dul'skiy. Avant-garde cover (Constructivism). List of printed publications. 300 copies only.
Warmly inscribed and signed by Dul'ski to Nisson Shifrin.

Very Rare, especially signed. Not in MOMA, not in Getty, not in British Library, not in NYPL.

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Item ID: 02490R

Price: $995.00

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Efimenko, Fevralsky) Stepanov, V.
DEREVENSKY KRASNY PETRUSHKA ("Country Red Puppet [Theater]"). First Edition. Inscribed
Moscow: Doloy Negramotnost', 1926

Text in Russian. Softcover. Illustrated by Sergey Yefimenko; illustrated cover (Constructivism). 3000 copies only. Inscribed by author to Aleksandr Fevralskiy.

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Item ID: 01946R

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Eisenstein, Meyerhold, Galadzhev) Victor Shklovsky, Lev Kuleshov, Eduard Tisse
EIZENSHTEIN. 'BRONENOSETS POTYOMKIN' ("Eisenstein. 'Battleship Potemkin'"). First Edition. Inscribed
Moscow: Kinopechat', 1926

On outstanding Soviet cinema producer Sergey Eizenshtein and his most famous movie. Written by Victor Shklovskiy, Lev Kuleshov and Eduard Tisse. Text in Russian. 5-7/8" x 4-1/2" stapled wraps. Illustrated with photographs. Covers by Piotr Galadzev (photomontage).
Gift inscription (1926) to "Doctor Dappertuto" (Vsevolod Meierhold).
Getty Cat. No. 147.

Scarce. Not in MOMA, not in British Library.

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Item ID: 01926R

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El'zon, M.; Lasunsky, O.
BIBLIOFIL'STVO ("Bibliophile Matters in Russian Magazines"). Signed.
Voronezh, 1976.
Text in Russian. Stapled wraps. 525 copies only. INSCRIBED AND SIGNED by O. Lasunsky. [Issue 3. Index of literature. - Very Rare SIGNED copy]

Item ID: 00979R

Price: $125.00

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Ermilov) Various Authors
LITSTROY. Literary-Artistic Magazine No. 5. Signed
Kharkov: DVOU-LIM, 1933

Text in Russian. Tall 8vo (9 x 6) Softcover. Avant-garde cover by Vasily Yermilov (Constructivism). 600 copies only.
Warmly inscribed and signed by one of the authors Nikolay Golubev (Nagov).

Ukrainian literary periodicals of that period had been later systematically destroyed by the Soviet government because of nationalistic tendencies in Ukrainian literature of that period.

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

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Item ID: 01080R

Price: $895.00

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Ermilov, Pikalov) Komashka, Anton
ZA PROLETARS'KU GEGEMONIYU U PROSTOROVOMU MYSTETSTVI ("For Proletarian Supremacy in Spatial Arts"). First Edition. Signed
Kharkiv [Kharkov]: AKHChU, 1931

Author: Anton Komashko. Cover by Yury Pikalov (Constructivism). Text in Ukrainian. Imperial 8vo (9-3/4" x 7") softcover. Constructivist design. Warmly inscribed by author to Vasily Yermilov. 3000 copies only.

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Item ID: 01993R

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