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Red Field Krasnaya Niva #52 1928

I Grabar, I Padalitsin, P Alyakrinsky, N Volkov, N Petrov, Y Pimenov, V Vovrik

  • Year: 1928
  • Country: Russia
  • Language: Russian
  • Movement: Constructivism
  • Subject: News, Art, Literature
  • Dimensions: Width: 22.50cm Height: 29.50cm

Soviet weekly magazine Red Field, issue №52, 23 Dec 1928. First published in 1922 by the Central Executive Committee of the Soviet Union. Cover has painting "Snow" by I. Grabal, Russian and Soviet painter, restorer, art critic, art theorist, museum figure, teacher, professor. This issue has story "Faust inside out" by L. Pasunkov, illustrated by N. Padalitsin, Russian Soviet artist, illustrator; poem "The Ballad of Dick Whittington" written by E. Bagritsky, Russian poet of the Silver Age, translator and playwright, graphic artist. He was important poet of the constructivist school. It illustrated by P. Alyakrinsky, Soviet graphic artist, poster artist, illustrator, Honoured Artist of the RSFSR. Essay "Gods are wounded deadly" by A. Kolosov, illustrated by N. Volkov, Russian Soviet painter, graphic artist and art critic. Essay "In twenty three years" written by A. Yakovlev, photographs by N. Petrov; "Flowers in nursery" by D. Mallori, article "Dnipropetrovsk All-Union forge" with photographs by V. Vovrik. Other illustrations are by Yu. Pimenov, Russian and Soviet painter, theatre designer, master of the Soviet advertising poster, essay writer. Published by "Izvestij TSIK USSR and VTSIK". Poor condition, cover and pages are detached. Staples are missing. Was part of bound yearly volume. Tears and loss of material on the spine and on margins. Dusting, rubbings and staining. 24 pages.

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