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Defining Russian Graphic Arts from Diaghilev to Stalin 1898-1934

D Moor, G Klutsis, V Kulagina, N Goncharova, E Polenova, I Bilibin, L Bakst, E Lissitzky, K Malevich, V Lebedev

  • Year: 1999
  • Country: USA
  • Language: English
  • Movement: Avant-Garde
  • Subject: Art, Graphic Design, Poster
  • Dimensions: Width: 21.50cm Height: 29.50cm

Original vintage reference Defining Russian Graphic Arts 1898-1934 by Alla Rosenfeld, a Curator of Russian and Soviet Nonconformist Art at The Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers University. The publication explores the innovation of Russian graphic arts during the period of artistic creativity initiated by Serge (Sergei) Diaghilev, a Russian art critic, patron, ballet impresario, and founder of the Ballets Russes at the end of the nineteenth century and which ended at the mid-1930s with Stalin's control over the arts; the development of Russian graphic art; styles of Supremacism and Constructivism. About a hundred works were borrowed from the National Library of Russia and the Research Museum of the Academy of Fine Arts in St. Petersburg; Zimmerli Art Museum and The New York Public State Library; from other public and private collections. The book includes works by such artists as Dmitry Moor, Gustav Klutsis, Valentina Kulagina, Natalia Goncharova, Elena Polenova, Ivan Bilibin, Leon Bakst, El Lissitzky, Kazimir Malevich, Vladimir Lebedev, and many others. Published by Rutgers University Press, New Brunswick, New Jersey, and London, 218 pages. Excellent condition.

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