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Ogoniok Spark #12-13 1945

O Knorring, G Valek, V Bogatkin, M Redkin, A Shults, S Fridlyand, K Lishko, A Gornstein

  • Year: 1945
  • Country: Russia
  • Language: Russian
  • Movement: Constructivism
  • Subject: Current Affairs
  • Dimensions: Width: 26.00cm Height: 33.50cm

Issue № 12-13, 1945 of "Ogonek", Soviet sociopolitical and literary-artistic illustrated weekly magazine, one of the oldest in Soviet history. Edited by Mikhail Koltsov, Soviet Journalist, Bolshevik Revolutionary and an NKVD Agent, Koltsov founded popular magazines such as "Krokodil", "Chudak", "Sovetskoe Foto" and "Ogonek". Front cover photomontage by O Knorring. Illustration on the back cover by G Valek. This issue's artwork includes illustrations by V Bogatkin, photos by M Redkin for the article "New Victories", illustrations by A Shults for the story "In the Sea", photos by S Fridlyand for the article "Children Blame", photos by K Lishko for the article "Dashava's Gas", photos by A Gornstein for the article "Ferellys's Family Loosing Peace", illustration by G Valek for the article "Magic Number". Published by the publishing house "Pravda". Fair condition, frayed spine, rubbings and staining. 15 pages.

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