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Women's Magazine Zhensky Zhurnal #8 1929

B Shatilov, E Mikulina, V Kozlinsky

  • Year: 1929
  • Country: Russia
  • Language: Russian
  • Movement: Constructivism
  • Subject: Women
  • Dimensions: Width: 26.50cm Height: 34.50cm

"Women's Magazine" was a magazine focusing on various subjects, such as literature, art, health, current affairs, culinary recipes, handiwork, fashion and others. This issue's artwork includes illustrations by B Shatilov for the story "Uncle Ferdinand", photographs by E Mikulina for the article "Family and Children", illustrations by V Kozlinsky for the poem "Typist Nadejda Bober". Kozlinsky was a Soviet artist, cartoonist and illustrator, stage designer, teacher. He collaborated in the satirical magazines New Satyricon, Searchlight, Buzotёr, Miracle, Ogonyok, and others. He illustrated the works of V. Mayakovsky (in particular, the album "Heroes and Victims of the Revolution", 1918). Published by "Ogonek". Acceptable condition. Frayed spine, tears and creases on margins. Staining on pages 10-14 and 22-26.

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