Rabochyi i Teatr Worker And Theatre #25-26 1932
- Year: 1932
- Country: Russia
- Language: Russian
- Movement: Constructivism
- Subject: Current Affairs, Theatre, Cinema, Music
- Dimensions: Width: 20.00cm Height: 27.00cm
"Worker and Theatre" was a biweekly soviet magazine dedicated to the current affairs of the theatre, cinema, music and circus. This issue's artwork includes illustrations entitled "Looking at the Jubilee Faces" by N Radlov, Russian and Soviet artist, art critic, and teacher. In the 1920s the artist was especially fond of satirical graphic art. He became one of the most famous Russian caricaturists and contributed for comic and children's logs of Moscow and Leningrad. Nikolay Radlov's illustrations always vary in style, since the artist’s calling was in continuous search, according to him. He believed that one should have absolute mastery over any form to be able to convey the content in illustration. Fair condition. Frayed spine, rubbings and tears on the margins. Pencil remarks on the back cover. Published by GOSLITIZDAT, 1932. 31 pages.