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Around the World Vokrug Sveta #21-22 1932

O Vereisky, V Minchikovsky, A Besperstov, Scheglov

  • Year: 1932
  • Country: Russia
  • Language: Russian
  • Movement: Constructivism
  • Subject: Travel
  • Dimensions: Width: 21.00cm Height: 29.50cm

"Around the World" the oldest Russian and Soviet magazine focusing on popular science and geography, history, world culture, published since 1861. Cover illustration by V Sveshnikov, Soviet graphic artist. He was a Member of the Union of Artists of the USSR and was engaged in easel and circulation graphics. He studied at the graphic faculty of the Leningrad Institute of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture of the All-Russian Academy of Arts with V. M. Konashevich (thesis in the CVC - an illustration for the fairy tale by A. N. Ostrovsky “The Snow Maiden”). Participated in the First All-Union Exhibition of Posters "Posters in the Service of the Five-Year Plan" (1932, Moscow, State Tretyakov Gallery). List of this issue's artwork included illustrations by O Vereisky for the story "Cold Fire", V Minchikovsky for the story "Water", A Besperstov for the story "Eccentric Climate Country", Scheglov for the story "White-Breasted Leader". Published by "Komsomolskaya Pravda", 1932. Good condition. Rubbings, staining. Pencil handwriting on the back cover. Scissor cuts on pages 9-32. 32 pages.

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