Resources tagged

Displaying records 1 - 10 of 105.
Kazimir Malevich put a Cubist and Neoprimitive spin on Russian Futurist books from 1912 to 1914. This one illustrates a poem on the exploits of the devil attempting to trap sinners via the title...
Turning the Pages: Kazimir Malevich (Russian, Born Ukraine, 1878-1935), <em>A Game in Hell: A Poem</em> (<em>Igra v adu</em>), 1914
Pablo Picasso's The Unknown Masterpiece is an exuberantly illustrated rendition of Honoré de Balzac's nineteenth-century short story about the power and potential tragedy of artistic...
Turning the Pages: Presentation copy of Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1881-1973), <em>Le Chef d'oeuvre inconnu</em> (<em>The Unknown Masterpiece</em>), 1931
Tango with Cows is a supremely fine example of Russian Futurism in print. Subtitled "Ferro-Concrete Poems", this collection was printed in letterpress on wallpaper samples, the sheets cut at...
Turning the Pages: Daniel Burlyuk (American, born Ukraine, 1882-1967) and Vladimir Burlyuk (Ukrainian, 1887-1917), <em>Tango with Cows</em> (<em>Tango s Korovami</em>), 1914
Nathalia Goncharova produced several of these cheaply-made, pocket-sized illustrated books with copious lithographs in an attempt with her Russian avant-garde group of writers and artists to create...
Turning the Pages: Nathalia Goncharova (Russian, 1881-1962), <em>Anchorites; Anchoress: Two Poems</em> (<em>Pustynniki; Pustynnitsa: Dve poemy</em>), 1913
This pristine unbound copy of Picasso's The Unknown Masterpiece shows the book in its original state and paper wrappers, the way it would have been offered for sale in 1931.
Turning the Pages: Unbound copy of Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1881-1973), <em>Le Chef d'oeuvre inconnu</em> (<em>The Unknown Masterpiece</em>), 1931
The Art Institute of Chicago's most unique and important artist sketchbooks, manuscripts and rare printed items are now available online. Viewers may page through or zoom in to look closely at the...
A sketchbook by the Chicago artist Alfred Juergens, from the Ryerson and Burnham...
Turning the Pages: Alfred Juergens (1866-1934) Sketchbook, c. 1897
This very early Book of Hours manuscript for personal devotions boasts intricate Belgian illuminations of the Life of Christ, and prayers added in English. The Flight into Egypt miniature may relate...
Turning the Pages: Stonyhurst Book of Hours, c. 1400-10
Enigmatic and extraordinary, James Castle was a self-taught artist who was deaf and mute from birth, but created his own visual language through his drawings, books and three-dimensional...
Turning the Pages: James Castle (American, 1900-1977), <em>Untitled (Book)</em>, n.d.
Page
123456789<

View mobile website