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Venice is the list of those excluded by Fradeletto: absent are Natalia Goncharova, Alexej Jawlensky, and Mikhail Larionov, followed by members of the World of Art group such as Léon Bakst, Ivan Bilibin, Mstislav Dobuzhinsky, Alexander Golovin, Anna Ostroumova-Lebedeva, and Sergei Sudeikin as well as

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c o m i n g p u b l i c a t i o n o f t h e t w o r e m a i n i n g p a r t s o f M i l i u k o v ' s h i s t o r y . Donald J. Raleigh University o f Hawaii John E. Bowlt. The Silver Age: Russian A r t o f the Early Twentieth Century a n d the "World of Art" Group. Newtonville, Massachusetts

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Аннотация

В данной статье рассматривается сатирическая графика эпохи русской революции 1905 г. Центральным объектом исследования является художественное наследие Сергея Чехонина, мастеров объединения «Мир искусства» и молодых художников—учащихся Императорской Академии художеств. Особое внимание уделяется использованию в их графических работах, выходивших в сатирических изданиях леволиберального толка, оккультной образности и художественных приемов символизма и декаданса. Социально-политическая ситуация в России в 1905–1906 годах служит необходимым историческим контекстом для осмысления и интерпретации часто скрытого, и поэтому не сразу очевидного, протестного содержания их работ.

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iskusstva [World of Art] group, as well as the younger avant-gardists, and allowed them to engage Parisian and European audiences with their own ideas and artworks. Figure 1 L’art populaire russe dans l’image, le jouet, le pain d’épice, etc ., reproduced in the folk art exhibition’s list of works

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Abstract

The National-Romantic trend in Russian Art Nouveau is characterized by a lyrical approach to the past, including imagery from folklore. This tendency is also identifiable within the global development of Art Nouveau, each country expressing its national identity in highly characteristic forms in design and architecture. Art Nouveau coincided with the zenith of Symbolism and, therefore, transmitted both its universal ideas and the unique creative psychology of the individual artist, who often based personal quest upon local traditions and innate cultural memory. This article analyzes the poetics of this style in Russia. The lyrical and mythological approach towards artistic images, influencing design, form, and meaning, is studied through an examination of the works of artists close to the Abramtsevo circle and the innovative experiments of the World of Art group (1898-1904).

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. Throughout Europe, artists and writ- ers worked within a fertile imaginative sphere that crossed national bound- aries through exhibitions, theatrical performances, books, journals, and translations, as well as through travel and correspondence. While the "World of Art" group has received much attention

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immediately inasmuch as this is, in many respects, a pioneering study and appreciation of a critic and esthete who for many years was ma- ligned and misrepresented in the Soviet Union. Diaghilev is known in the West as the cofounder of the World of Art group in St. Peters- burg with its journal Mir iskusstva

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furniture workshops in various gubemii. As a graphic artist, Chekhonin was associated with various tendencies- Symbolism, the stylization of the St. Petersburg World of Art group (Mir 1. The most comprehensive source of information is N. Punin and A. Efros, S. Chekhonin (Moscow-Petrograd: Gos. izd-vo, 1924

In: The Soviet and Post-Soviet Review

historian, critic, painter, illustrator, theater designer, and founding member of the World of Art group, Alexandre Nikolaevich Bennis (1870-1960) shared that group's concern for beauty and a high level of culture in all aspects of contemporary life, including the an of the book. His own book

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]),” Boris Suris details the production history of one of the most noteworthy and artistically potent satirical journals of the period, produced in St. Petersburg in the winter of 1905-1906 through the efforts of several key artists from the World of Art group. Suris takes as his starting point a note

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