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Echo Eho #6 1923

Y Annenkov, Cesore

  • Year: 1923
  • Country: Russia
  • Language: Russian
  • Movement: Constructivism
  • Subject: Culture, Art
  • Dimensions: Width: 23.00cm Height: 30.00cm

"Echo" Russian and Soviet magazine focusing on world culture, art and literature. Cover illustration by Cesore, German artist. List of this issue's artwork included series of portraits by Yury Annenkov, Russian artist mostly known for his book illustrations and portraits. He was a member of "Mir Iskusstva" and worked for theatre and cinema (design). His recognition as a book illustrator came in the wake of his most known work — designing Alexander Blok's poem, The Twelve, published in 1918 and gone through three printings within a year. In the next few years Annenkov designed numerous books for Petrograd authors (Mikhail Kuzmin and Aleksey Remizov). In 1919 Annenkov designed and staged "First Distiller, or "How an Imp Earned a Hunk of Bread", a comedy by Count Lev Tolstoi. Fair condition. Partially detached cover. Frayed spine, loss of material on margins. Pages are in good condition. 32 pages.

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