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I.Ia. Bilibin v Egipte: 1920-1925
Pis`ma, Dokumenty i Materialy: Sbornik
[ I.Ia. Bilibin in Egypt: 1920-1925 : Letters, documents and materials: Collection]

Comp., introd. and comm. by V.V. Beliakov
Moscow:  Russkii put`, Dom Russkogo Zarubezhia im. Al. Solzhenitsyna, 2009
320 p. [8 ill.]Images
Hardcover. 14 x 21 cm
ISBN: 9785858873372
Language: Russian
Russian painter I.Ia. Bilibin (1876-1942) is best known for his unsurpassed illustrations of Russian fairy tales. His personal life consisted of three periods: pre-revolutionary, emigration (1920-1936), return to the Soviet Union. This book contains a collection of documents on his life and work in Egypt (1920-25). The largest part of it consists of Bilibin‘s letters to his beloved student and collaborator Liudmila Chirikova (1896-1995) which are published for the first time. Also included are his notes about Egypt and its Russian expatriate community, as well as memoirs of some of his close associates who accompanied him during this period. List of works created in Egypt. Name index. Bibliography. (0.425 kg.)
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