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I Bilibin

  • Year: 1937
  • Country: France
  • Language: French
  • Movement: Other
  • Subject: History
  • Dimensions: Width: 16.00cm Height: 21.00cm Depth: 2.00cm

Moscou, author Maurice Percheron, history of Moscow, Russia. Illustrated with 149 black and white photographs with views of Moscow, icons, paintings, artefacts and historic documents. Cover and full-page colour illustrations by Ivan Bilibin: "Dmitry Donskoy's victory at Kulikovo", "Ivan the Terrible playing chess", "Stepka Razin on the banks of Volga", "Streltzy uprising in 1682". Ivan Bilibin was a renowned Russian illustrator and stage designer, co-founder of the Union of Russian Painters. Printed by Fernand Nathan in Pris, 1937. Acceptable condition. Tears and loss of material on spine, rubbings, staining. Dust staining on pages throughout the book. Tears on the binding of the book.

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