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David Burliuk Father Of Russian Futurism Poems Paintings Autobiography

D Burliuk

  • Year: 1924
  • Country: USA
  • Language: Russian
  • Movement: Avant-garde
  • Subject: Art, Literature
  • Dimensions: Width: 15.50cm Height: 22.00cm

Original antique publication in Russian David Burliuk. Father Of Russian Futurism. Poems (1898-1923) Paintings. Autobiography. Burliuk Shakes Hand of the Woolworth Building. David Burliuk (1882-1967) was a Russian and American poet and artist, one of the founders of futurism. In Russian poetry, Burliuk is regarded as a trailblazer. Since 1922 he lived in the USA. The book was published on the 25th anniversary of his artistic and literary activity. The cover features a photograph of the artist. Includes various poems and drawings of scenes in Japan, where he travelled in the 1920s; a portrait of Ivan Narodny (1870–1953), a Russian émigré who came to New York City in 1906 with Maxim Gorky to raise the profile of the Revolutionary Movement in Russia. Published by Russkij Golos / Russian Voice Newspaper, the most widespread daily cooperative newspaper in the United States and Canada (1917–1925), 48 pages.

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