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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
Nathalia Goncharova's futurist devil takes many forms as he plays a card game with sinners in this slyly ironic and provocative illustrated poem from the Russian avant garde.
Turning the Pages: Nathalia Goncharova (Russian, 1881-1962), <em>A Game in Hell: A Poem (Igra v adu: Poema)</em>, 1912
An untiring chronicler of the Parisian underworld, Henri de Toulouse Lautrec drew prolifically throughout his career, and with great skill from the outset. In fact, he completed his Art Institute...
Turning the Pages: Henri de Toulouse Lautrec (French, 1864-1901), <em>Sketchbook</em>, 1880
This lecture investigates depictions of electric lights in Soviet posters from the 1920s, which indicate a distinctive language of socialist illumination. Presented as part of the 46th Annual...
Audio Lecture: The Blinding Light of Lenin’s Little Lamp: Electricity in Soviet Posters, 1920-1930
Exhibition curator Jill Bugajski examines “multiplied original” stencils employed by the Soviet TASS poster artists to duplicate original designs.
Audio Lecture: Poster Technologies: Stencil and the “Multiplied Original” in the TASS Series
Full beige morocco leather binding, elaborately blocked with lettering and decoration in gold and black, all edges colored and gilt, containing thirty-one chromolithographed plates. Binding by Hübel...
1. Nikodim Pavlovich Kondakov, 1844-1925. <em>Geschichte und Denkmäler des Byzantinischen Emails (History and Monuments of Byzantine Enamels) </em>. Frankfurt am Main: [s.n.], 1892.
IVAN LE LORRAINE ALBRIGHT (1897-1983)
Albright's father Adam Emory Albright studied with the American artist Thomas Eakins and passed that training on to his twin sons Ivan and Malvin. After...
04.  "Smolny Leningrad," 1967
Iakov Chernikhov's use of the term "architectural fantasies" is his own, meant to describe a teaching exercise which allows a student to work out compositional problems on paper based on a set of...
03. Iakov Chernikhov, <em>Architectural Fantasies: 101 Compositions</em>. Leningrad: Mezhdunarodnaia kniga, 1933
Ornament: Classically Composed Structures is one of six books that Iakov Chernikhov published in his lifetime; a seventh book, The Construction of Letter Forms, was published...
05. Iakov Chernikhov, <em>Ornament: Classically Composed Structures</em>. Leningrad: Izdanie Avtora, 1930
Iakov Chernikhov's use of the term "architectural fantasies" is his own, meant to describe a teaching exercise which allows a student to work out compositional problems on paper based on a set of...
04. Iakov Chernikhov, <em>Architectural Fantasies: 101 Compositions</em>. Leningrad: Mezhdunarodnaia kniga, 1933
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