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To Sofia Georgievna Mel'nikova: Fantastic Tavern, Tbilisi (Sofii Georgievne Mel'nikovoi: Fantasticheskii kabachek, Tbilisi)

A work made of book with halftone reproductive prints in black on off-white wove paper, line blocks (relief print) in black on off-white wove paper, and letterpress in black on cream wove paper, all tipped onto cream wove paper, with an additional letterpress in black on ivory wove paper, sewn in and folded.

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  • A work made of book with halftone reproductive prints in black on off-white wove paper, line blocks (relief print) in black on off-white wove paper, and letterpress in black on cream wove paper, all tipped onto cream wove paper, with an additional letterpress in black on ivory wove paper, sewn in and folded.

Date:

1919

Artist:

Alek‘sandr Bazhbeuk-Melik‘yan (Armenian, 1891–1966), Natalia Goncharova (Russian, 1881-1962), (Russian, 1881–1962), Lado Gudiashvili (Georgian, 1896–1980), Il’ya Zdanevich (Georgian, 1894–1975), Mikhail Kalashnikov, Igor’ Terent’ev (Russian, 1892–1937), Sigizmund Valishevsky (Russian, 1897–1936), and Kirill Zdanevich (Georgian, 1892–1969)
written by Aleksandr Chachikov (Russian, born 1894), Nikolai Chernyavsky, Dmitrii Gordeev, Paolo Iashvili (Georgian, 1894–1937), Il’ya Zdanevich, Kara-Darvish, Vasily Katanya, Aleksei Kruchenykh (Russian, 1886–1968), Grigol Robakidze (Georgian, 1882–1962), Grigory Shaikevich, Titsian Tabidze (Georgian, 1895–1937), Igor’ Terent’ev, Nina Vasileva, and Tatyana Vechkora

About this artwork

Status

Currently Off View

Department

Prints and Drawings

Artist

Alek‘sandr Bazhbeuk-Melik‘yan

Title

To Sofia Georgievna Mel'nikova: Fantastic Tavern, Tbilisi (Sofii Georgievne Mel'nikovoi: Fantasticheskii kabachek, Tbilisi)

Place

Russia (Artist's nationality:)

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1919

Medium

Book with halftone reproductive prints in black on off-white wove paper, line blocks (relief print) in black on off-white wove paper, and letterpress in black on cream wove paper, all tipped onto cream wove paper, with an additional letterpress in black on ivory wove paper, sewn in and folded

Dimensions

18 × 14 × 2.3 cm (7 1/8 × 5 9/16 × 15/16 in.)

Credit Line

Marjorie and Brookes Hubachek Memorial Fund

Reference Number

2009.257

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