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Rodchenko, et al.) Mayakovsky, Vladimir (Editor-in-chief)
NOVY LEF ("New FEF"). Magazine of the Left Front of Arts. No. 1
Moscow: GIZ, 1927

The very first issue.

Text in Russian. Stapled wraps. Illustrated with photographs and movie stills. 3000 copies only. Disbound, trimmed, no rear cover. Content should outweigh flaws.

Editor-in-chief: Vladimir Mayakovsky.
Cover by Aleksandr Rodchenko (Constructivism).
Artists: Anton Lavinsky, Aleksandr Rodchenko, Varvara Stepanova,

Authors: Boris Arvatov, Nikolay Aseev, Osip Brik, Vitaly Zhemchuzhny, Semen Kirsanov, Boris Kushner, Vladimir Mayakovsky, Petr Neznamov, Boris Pasternak, Victor Pertsov, Sergey Tretyakov, Victor Shklovsky, et al.

Movies by Dziga Vertov, Eduard Tisse, Sergey Eisenstein, et al.

MOMA Cat. No. 715 & 759, Getty Cat. No. 593, British Library Cat. No. 278.

Rare. Not in NYPL.

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Akhundov, Ismail
Invitation for Baku Turk Workers Theater Jubilee
Baku, 1931

Size in inches: 5" x 10-1/2" unfolded

Size in centimeters: 12.5 x 26.5 cm

Text in Azerbaijani and Russian.

Avant-garde design (Constructivism with elements of Suprematism) by [Ismail Gusein ogly Akhundov].

From I. Akhundov's estate.

Very Rare

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Shifrin, Nisson (?)
Advertising for Theater Performance 'SOROCHINSKAYA YARMARKA' ("Sorochintsy Fair")
Moscow, [1930's]

Advertising for Nemirovich-Danchenko theater's performance of opera by Modest Mussorgsky after Nikolay Gogol'.
Artist of the opera: Nisson Shifrin.

Design with elements of Constructivism.

Size in inches: 4" x 13-3/8" unfolded

Size in centimeters: 10 x 34 cm

Text in Russian. 3000 copies only.

Rare

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Bezymensky, A.; M. Semenko.
POSTRIL (The Gunshot). Poetical comedy.
Kharkov: D.V.U., 1930.
Text in Ukrainian. SC. 7-1/4 x 5 in. Constructivist cover by N. Sobol'. Book design by G. Sinegub. 3000 copies. This translation is more work by Semenko than by Bezymensky. [Bezymensky, Aleksandr (1898-19??): well-known Russian Soviet poet. Participated in Russian Revolution. Proletkul't. Patriotic poetry (Komsomol, Lenin, satirical poetry). Follower of Mayakovsky. Semenko, Myhail' (1892-1937): Ukrainian Soviet poet. Futurist, founder and theorist of Ukrainian avant-garde literature. For more information see the book by O. Ilnytzkyj 'Ukrainian Futurism'. Sobol', Naum (1898-1967): Ukrainian artist. Avant-garde, then AkhChU. Worked for theater. Movie posters. Exhibited from 1918, 1n 1927 (Kharkov) with Ermilov, Mane-Katz, Tatlin, etc. Sinegub G: Ukrainian graphic artist. Exhibited in 1928 (Kiev) with Favorsky, etc.]

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Uvarova, Elizaveta.
ESTRADNY TEATR ('The Variety Theater 1917-1945'). First Edition.
Moscow: 'Iskusstvo', 1983.
Text in Russian. HB. 8-3/4 x 5-5/8. 319, I pp. Many illustrations. An important study of early Soviet Variety Theater and Cabaret. Blue Blouse, Satire Theater, Meyerhold, Music-Hall, etc. In the index there are listed such well-known names as Annenkov, Babel', Bely Andrey (Belyi, Andrei), Benois, Brik, Bulgakov, Burliuk, Dobuzhinsky, Evreinov, Zdanevich, Lentulov, Malevich, Mandelshtam, Mayakovsky (many times), Meyerhold (many times), Parnakh, Pil'niak, Popova, Stenberg brothers, Sudeikin, Tairov, Foregger, Chagall, Shklovsky, Shostakovich, Eisenstein, 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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Zimin, Grigory.
[POEME TRAGIQUE]. Original lithograph from the series 'Scriabin in Lukin's Dance'.
[Moscow: Author, 1922].
Original cubo-futurist lithograph. 1st (and the only) printing. [Text in Russian. 100 copies only]. 11 x 7-3/4. Lithograph No. 5 from the series of 10 (+2) lithographs made by Zimin on subject of erotic dances on Scriabin's music (Lukin's choreography). [Zimin, Grigory (1901-1985): Well-known Soviet graphic artist and photographer. Cubo-Futurism, Constructivism, circle of Rodchenko. Studied in VKhUTEMAS, the famous school of Russian Avant-garde from Korolev, Lavinsky. Scriabin, Aleksandr (1871-1915): One of the most famous Russian composers.]

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Zimin, Grigory.
MAZURKA. Original lithograph from the series 'Scriabin in Lukin's Dance' with author's corrections in pencil.
[Moscow: Author, 1922].
Original cubo-futurist lithograph on thick brown paper with two small author's corrections in pencil. 1st (and the only) printing. [Text in Russian. 100 copies only]. 11 x 7-3/4. Author's description of the work made by pencil on the front and back. Lithograph No. 4 from the series of 10 (+2) lithographs made by Zimin on subject of erotic dances on Scriabin's music (Lukin's choreography). [Zimin, Grigory (1901-1985): Well-known Soviet graphic artist and photographer. Cubo-Futurism, Constructivism, circle of Rodchenko. Studied in VKhUTEMAS, the famous school of Russian Avant-garde from Korolev, Lavinsky. Scriabin, Aleksandr (1871-1915): One of the most famous Russian composers.]

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Zimin, Grigory.
[POEME TRAGIQUE]. Original lithograph from the series 'Scriabin in Lukin's Dance'.
[Moscow: Author, 1922].
Original cubo-futurist lithograph. 1st (and the only) printing. [Text in Russian. 100 copies only]. 10-1/2 x 7-3/8. Author's description of the work made by pencil on the back. Lithograph No. 6 from the series of 10 (+2) lithographs made by Zimin on subject of erotic dances on Scriabin's music (Lukin's choreography). [Zimin, Grigory (1901-1985): Well-known Soviet graphic artist and photographer. Cubo-Futurism, Constructivism, circle of Rodchenko. Studied in VKhUTEMAS, the famous school of Russian Avant-garde from Korolev, Lavinsky. Scriabin, Aleksandr (1871-1915): One of the most famous Russian composers.]

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Zimin, Grigory.
CARESSE DANSEE. Original drawing from the series "Scriabin in Lukin's Dance".
[Moscow, 1922].
Ink and pencil on paper. 11-5/8 x 8-1/8. Author's description of the work made by pencil on the back. Drawing for lithograph from the series of 10 lithographs made by Zimin on subject of erotic dances on Scriabin's music (Lukin's choreography). [Zimin, Grigory (1901-1985): Well-known Soviet graphic artist and photographer. Cubo-Futurism, Constructivism, circle of Rodchenko. Studied in VKhUTEMAS, the famous school of Russian Avant-garde from Korolev, Lavinsky. Scriabin, Aleksandr (1871-1915): One of the most famous Russian composers.]

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Zimin, Grigory.
MAZURKA. Original drawing from the series "Scriabin in Lukin's Dance".
[Moscow, 1922].
Ink and pencil on paper. 11-1/2 x 8. Author's description of the work made by pencil on the back. Drawing for lithograph from the series of 10 lithographs made by Zimin on subject of erotic dances on Scriabin's music (Lukin's choreography). [Zimin, Grigory (1901-1985): Well-known Soviet graphic artist and photographer. Cubo-Futurism, Constructivism, circle of Rodchenko. Studied in VKhUTEMAS, the famous school of Russian Avant-garde from Korolev, Lavinsky. Scriabin, Aleksandr (1871-1915): One of the most famous Russian composers.]

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Zimin, Grigory.
MAZURKA. Original drawing from the series "Scriabin in Lukin's Dance".
[Moscow, 1922].
Ink and pencil on paper. 12-5/8 x 9-5/8. Author's description of the work made by pencil on the back. Drawing for lithograph No. 7 from the series of 10 lithographs made by Zimin on subject of erotic dances on Scriabin's music (Lukin's choreography). [Zimin, Grigory (1901-1985): Well-known Soviet graphic artist and photographer. Cubo-Futurism, Constructivism, circle of Rodchenko. Studied in VKhUTEMAS, the famous school of Russian Avant-garde from Korolev, Lavinsky. Scriabin, Aleksandr (1871-1915): One of the most famous Russian composers.]

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Zimin, Grigory.
POEME TRAGIQUE. Original drawing from the series "Scriabin in Lukin's Dance".
[Moscow, 1922].
Ink on paper. 12-3/4 x 9. Author's description of the work made by pencil on the back. Drawing for lithograph from the series of 10 lithographs made by Zimin on subject of erotic dances on Scriabin's music (Lukin's choreography). [Zimin, Grigory (1901-1985): Well-known Soviet graphic artist and photographer. Cubo-Futurism, Constructivism, circle of Rodchenko. Studied in VKhUTEMAS, the famous school of Russian Avant-garde from Korolev, Lavinsky. Scriabin, Aleksandr (1871-1915): One of the most famous Russian composers.]

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Tretiakov [Tretyakov], Sergei.
PROTIVOGAZY ("Gas-masks"). Melodrama.
Moscow: Vserossiisky Proletkul't, 1924.
First (and the only) edition. Text in Russian. Stapled wraps (Design with constructivist elements). 5000 copies only. [Tretiakov, Sergei (1892-1939): Russian Soviet writer, play-writer and literature critic. Futurist, member of LEF ('Left Front"): the most important association of Soviet mid-1920's avant-garde writers (Mayakovsky), artists and photographers (Rodchenko), architects (Lavinsky) and others. One of the founders of the futurist group "Tvorchestvo" on the Soviet Far East c. 1919. Worked with V. Meyerhold and S. Eisenstein]

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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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Zimin, Grigory.
CARESSE DANSEE. Original lithograph from the series 'Scriabin in Lukin's Dance' with author's corrections in pencil.
[Moscow: Author, 1922].
Original cubo-futurist lithograph with author's corrections in pencil. 1st (and the only) printing. [Text in Russian. 100 copies only]. 10-1/2 x 7-3/8. Author's description of the work made by pencil on the front and back. Lithograph No. 2 from the series of 10 lithographs made by Zimin on subject of erotic dances on Scriabin's music (Lukin's choreography). [Zimin, Grigory (1901-1985): Well-known Soviet graphic artist and photographer. Cubo-Futurism, Constructivism, circle of Rodchenko. Studied in VKhUTEMAS, the famous school of Russian Avant-garde from Korolev, Lavinsky. Scriabin, Aleksandr (1871-1915): One of the most famous Russian composers.]

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Tairov, Aleksandr.
ANTIGONA.
Moscow: TeaKinoPechat', 1928.
First (and the only) Edition. Text in Russian. Stapled wraps. Illustrated with photographs. Constructivist cover by A. Naumov. 3000 copies only. [Tairov, Aleksandr (1885-1950): the famous Russian and Soviet theater producer. Founder and director of the Kamerny Theater. Naumov, Aleksandr: Avant-garde artist, constructivist. Known mostly for his movie posters.]

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Group of authors.
OT STAROGO K NOVOMY ("From Old to New"). Play.
Kharkov: Molodoi Rabochiy, 1923.
First (and the only) Edition. Text in Russian. Soft Cover. Illustrated. Constructivist cover. Artist V. Koronin. 5000 copies only.

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Radlov, Sergey.
DESIAT' LET V TEATRE ("Ten Years in the Theater").
Leningrad: "Priboy", 1929.
First (and the only) Edition. Text in Russian. Softcover. 329 pp. Illustrated with plates. Constructivist cover design by V. Khodasevich. 3000 copies only. [Radlov, Sergey - well-known Russian theater critic. Khodasevich, Valentina (1894-1970) Well-known Russian and soviet avant-garde painter and theater decorator. Studied under Van Dongen. Worked with Tatlin, Kamensky, Burliuk, Mayakovsky. Exhibited on Union of Youth and Knave of Diamonds exhibitions]

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Babel (Babel'), Isaac.
BLUZHDAIUSHCHIYE ZVIOZDY ("Wondering Stars"). Film Script.
Moscow: Kinopechat', 1926.
First (and the only) Edition. Text in Russian. Soft Cover. Cover and Illustrations by A. Bykhovsky. [A. Bykhowsky - Jewish Avant-Garde Artist. Friend of Marc Chagall.]

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Eikhenbaum B., Tynianov, Y., Shklovsky, V., et al. Edited by B. Eikhenbaum.
POETIKA KINO ("Poetics of the Cinema"). [Collection of Articles]
Moscow-Leningrad: Kinopechat', 1927.
First (and the only) edition. Text in Russian. Soft cover. 3500 copies only. [Shklovsky, Victor (1893-?): Well-known Soviet writer and literary critic. Was close to Futurism, Mayakovsky, Khlebnikov, Kruchenykh. One of the founders of Formalism in literary criticism (OPOYAZ) with Brik, Eichenbaum, et al. - Eikhenbaum, Boris (1886-1959): well-known Soviet historian of literature.]

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Radishchev, Leonid.
SVET I TENI ("Light and Shadows"). Essays. First Edition.
Leningrad: "Krasnaya Gazeta", 1929.
Text in Russian. Softcover. Illustrated Avant-garde cover. [Radishchev, Leonid (1905-?) Russian Soviet writer. Lived in Leningrad.].

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Korolevich, Vladimir.
POLA NEGRI.
Moscow: Kinopechat', 1926.
Text in Russian. 16mo Stapled wraps. Illustrated. Cover by M. Getmansky (Constructivism).

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Galabutskaya, G. M.; K. N. Pitoeva.
GOSUDARSTVENNY MUZEY ("The State Museum of Theatrical, Musical and Cinema Arts of the Ukrainian SSR"). Guide. First Edition.
Kiev: Mistetstvo, 1985.
Text in Russian. Softcover. Profusely illustrated.

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Gvozdev, A.; Foregger, N., et al.
RITM I KUL'TURA TANTSA ("Rhythm and Standard [Culture] of Dance"). First Edition.
Leningrad: Academia, 1926.
Softcover. Text in Russian. Illustrated. 3100 copies only. [Gvozdev, Aleksei (1887-1939): Russian Soviet theater and literature critic. Professor. - Foregger, N.: Well-known Avant-garde choreographer.]

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Miuntsenberg, V.
KINO I REVOLIUTSIYA ("Cinema and Revolution"). First Edition.
Moscow: Mezhrabpom, 1925.
Text in Russian. Tall 8vo (9-1/4 x 6) Softcover. Illustrated with movie photographs. Cover: Avant-garde design (Liubov Popova style).

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Marshak, Samuil. Ill. by V. Lebedev.
TSIRK ("Circus"). First Edition.
Leningrad: Raduga ("Rainbow"), 1925.
Text in Russian. Large 4to (11 x 8-1/2) Stapled wraps. Profusely illustrated by V. Lebedev. Near Fine condition. [Marshak, Samuil (1886-1964): Famous Russian Soviet poet. Jewish by origin. Especially well-known for his children's poetry and translations into Russian.]

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Bilibin, Ivan) Pushkin, Alexander
Playbill: KOMEDIYA... ("Comedy on Real Calamity for Muscovy, on Tsar Boris...)
St. Petersburg, 1908
Text in Russian. Folio (12 x 8) Program for a play in Mariinsky Theater. Special charity performance for erection of a monument to A. S. Pushkin in St. Petersburg. Cover by I. Bilibin. [Bilibin, Ivan (1876-1942): a famous Russian artist. Graphics and Theater, book illustrations. Studied from 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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Litvak, M. (Design).
[On Movie:] 2 BRONEVIKA ("Two Armoured Cars").
Leningrad: Tea-Kino-Pechat', [1928]
Text in Russian. 4to (10 x 6-3/4) Stapled wraps. Design by M. Litvak (Constructivism). [Litvak, Maks Fedorovich: a Soviet Avant-garde graphic artist, well-known for his design of movie posters (Constructivism).]

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Soudeikine) Cook, Ellenor & Ludmila K. Foxlee.
THE SHEPHERDS' CHRISTMAS EVE. A Musical Play. First Edition.
NY: G. Schirmer, 1929.
4to (10-3/4 x 7-1/2) Softcover. Cover and Illustrations by Sergei Soudeikine. Music by Andrew Salama.

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Suvorin, A. S.
TATIANA REPINA. Comedy.
St. Petersburg: A. S. Suvorin, 1899.
Text in Russian. Tall 8vo (9 x 6) Half-leather. Illustrated cover (Art Deco). [A famous play.]

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Bilibin, Bilibine) Gedike (Goedicke), A.
Sheet Music DVE PRELIUDII ("Two Preludes") For piano. Op. 19.
Berlin-Moscow-St. Petersburg: R.M.I., 1909(?).
Text in Russian and German. Folio (12-1/4 x 10) Soft cover. 55 pp. Cover by I. Bilibin. [Gedike (Goedicke) Alexander (1877-1957): a well-known Russian and Soviet composer. - Bilibin (Bilibine), Ivan (1876-1942): a 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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Kulbin, Burliuk, Khlebnikov, Evreinov, et al.
STUDIYA IMPRESSIONISTOV ("Studio of Impressionists"). [Futurist Almanac] First Edition.
St. Petersburg: Butkovskaya, 1910.
Text in Russian. Tall 4to (11-1/4 x 8) Softcover. Illustrations by Burliuk, et al. Covers missiong. [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. Evreinov, Nikolay (1879-1953) Famous Russian dramatist, theater producer and theater theoretician. Emigrated to France]

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Bilibin, Bilibine) Metner, N. Poetry by A. Pushkin.
Sheet Music SEM' STIKHOTVORENIY ("Seven Poems" No. 3.) For a voice and piano.
Berlin-Moscow-St. Petersburg: R.M.I., 1909(?).
Text in Russian and German. Folio (13-1/4 x 10-1/2) Soft cover. 8 pp. Cover by I. Bilibin. [Metner, Nikolai (1879-1951): well-known Russian composer. Studied under Arensky and Taneev.] - Bilibin (Bilibine), Ivan (1876-1942): a 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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Various authors.
JAR-PTITZA (or JAR-PTITSA, ZHAR-PTITZA, ZHAR-PTITSA). Russische Monatsschrift fur Kunst u Literatur; FIRE-BIRD Russian Revue of Art and Literature.
Berlin, 1921-1926.
Complete set in two volumes.

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Bakst, Leon) Diaghileff, Serge.
Souvenir Serge De Diaghileff's BALLET RUSSE.
NY: Metropolitan Ballet Company, Inc., 1916.
Folio (12-1/2" x 9-1/4") Stapled wraps. Illustrated cover by Leon Bakst). Profusely illustrated with photos and theater works by Bakst.

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Remisoff or Remizov, N.) Balieff, Nikita.
Theatre de la CHAUVE-SOURIS de Moscou. Cree par Nikita Balieff au Theatre Femina. (The Bat Cabaret).
Paris: [c. 1920]
Premier Program. Folio (13" x 10") Sewn wraps. Illustrated cover by Nicolas Remisoff. Illustrated with photos and theater works.

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Dobuzhinsky, M.) Balieff, Nikita
Theatre de Nikita Balieff. BALIEFF'S CHAUVE-SOURIS (Bat Theatre, Moscow).
New York: 1927
Souvenir Program. Fifth Season in America. Folio (12" x 9-1/4") stapled wraps. Illustrated cover by Mstislav Dobuzhinsky. Profusely illustrated with photos and theater works (A. Hudiakoff, S. Soudeikine, N. Benois, N. Remisoff, et al.).

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Soudeikine, S.) Balieff, Nikita.
BALIEFF'S CHAUVE-SOURIS (Bat Theatre, Moscow). Souvenir Program.
New York: 192?
American Season. Folio (12-1/4" x 9-1/4") stapled wraps. Illustrated cover by Sergei Soudeikine. Profusely illustrated with photos and theater works (S. Soudeikine and N. Remisoff).

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Bakst, Leon) Diaghileff, Serge.
Souvenir Serge De Diaghileff's BALLET RUSSE.
NY: Metropolitan Ballet Company, Inc., 1916.
Folio (12-1/2" x 9-1/4") Stapled wraps. Illustrated cover by Leon Bakst). Profusely illustrated with photos and theater works by Bakst.

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Bakst, et al.) Kogan, Aleksandr (Editor)
Magazine ZHAR-PTITSA [JAR-PTITZA] ("Firebird") No. 9
Berlin-Paris: "Russkoye Iskusstvo", 1922
Cover after Boris Mikhailovich Kustodiev (1878-1927). Text in Russian. Folio (12-1/2") x 9-1/2" Softcover. Profusely illustrated. One of best issues.

In this issue: Lev (Leon) Bakst, Boris Grigoriev (Grigorieff), Boris Kustodiev (Koustodieff), Sergey Sudeikin (Serge Soudeikine), et al.

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Milner, John
A Dictionary of RUSSIAN & SOVIET ARTISTS 1420-1970
Woodbridge: Antique Collectors' Club, 1993
Text in Englist. Large 40 (11" x 8-1/2") cloth; DJ. 483 pp. Profusely illustrated.

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Fedorovsky) Gilyarovskaya, N.
FEDOR FEDOROVICH FEDOROVSKY
1945
In preparation
Fedorovsky, Fedor) Kostina, E.
FIODOR FIODOROVICH FEDOROVSKII
1960
In preparation
Fedorovsky, Fedor) Platonov, Yu.
FIODOR FIODOROVICH FEDOROVSKII
1948
In preparation
Fedorovsky, Fedor) Gilyarovskaya, N.
F. F. FEDOROVSKII
1946
In preparation
Ryndin, Vadim) Berezkin, V.
VADIM RYNDIN
1974
In preparation
Ryndin, Vadim) Sokolova, N. I.
VADIM RYNDIN
1971
In preparation
Ryndin, Vadim
KHUDOZHNIK I TEATR
1966
In preparation
Ryndin, Vadim) Vanslov, Victor
VADIM RYNDIN
1965
In preparation
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