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Around the World Vokrug Sveta #9 1933

V Sveshnikov, N Taranov, O Vereisky

  • Year: 1933
  • Country: Russia
  • Language: Russian
  • Movement: Constructivism
  • Subject: Travel
  • Dimensions: Width: 21.50cm Height: 30.00cm

"Around the World" the oldest Russian and Soviet magazine focusing on popular science and geography, history, world culture, published since 1861. Frontcover photomontage by V Sveshnikov. List of this issue's artwork includes illustrations by V Sveshnikov for the story "Sun Works for the Socialism", N Taranov for the story "For Whales", O Vereisky for the article "Turkish Republic" and story "Miner Voytek". Orest Georgyevich Vereisky was a Soviet graphic artist, illustrator, teacher, academician of the Academy of Arts of the USSR (1983; corresponding member 1958), People's Artist of the USSR (1983), laureate of the USSR State Prize (1978). Vereisky is mostly known for his book graphics. He illustrated the works of M. A. Sholokhov, K. G. Paustovsky, A. A. Fadeev, A. N. Rybakov, M. M. Prishvin, I. A. Bunin, E. Hemingway and other writers. Published by CK VKP (b) "Pravda", 1933. Fair condition. Frayed spine. Rubbings, loss of material on margins, staining, cropped cover. Pencil handwriting on the cover. Pages are in good condition. 24 pages.

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