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Ivan Bilibin   Sergei Golynets

Ivan Bilibin

225x295 228 страниц. 1981 год.
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Ivan Yakovlevich Bilibin was a popular Russian graphic artist and stage designer. He created a special "Bilibin" style in book illustration; a style which is firmly rooted in the stylized forms of Russian folk and medieval art, such as the lubok (cheap popular print), embroidery, woodcuts, and illuminated manuscripts. Bilibin's use of the precise line associates him with the graphic work of Art Nouveau. Bilibin was best-known for his illustrations to fairy-tales and bylinas (old Russian epic poems), in which he managed to recreate the magical and colourful world of Russian folklore, and for his illustrations to the works of Pushkin and Lermontov. Bilibin also did a good deal of work for the theatre. He designed sets and costumes for the operas The Tale of Tsar Saltan, The Tale of the Golden Cockerel, Prince Igor, and Boris Godunov, which were staged in the leading theatres of Petersburg, Moscow, Paris and Prague. This edition covers all aspects of Bilibin's work - book...
 
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