Item #584 Khochetsia, chtoby znali i drugie...: Vospominaniia o M.M. Cheremnykhe (Sharing the legacy: Recollections of M.M. Cheremnykh). Nina Aleksandrovna Cheremnykh.
Khochetsia, chtoby znali i drugie...: Vospominaniia o M.M. Cheremnykhe (Sharing the legacy: Recollections of M.M. Cheremnykh)
Khochetsia, chtoby znali i drugie...: Vospominaniia o M.M. Cheremnykhe (Sharing the legacy: Recollections of M.M. Cheremnykh)
Khochetsia, chtoby znali i drugie...: Vospominaniia o M.M. Cheremnykhe (Sharing the legacy: Recollections of M.M. Cheremnykh)

Khochetsia, chtoby znali i drugie...: Vospominaniia o M.M. Cheremnykhe (Sharing the legacy: Recollections of M.M. Cheremnykh)

Moscow: Sovetskii Khudozhnik, 1965. Cheremnykh, Mikhail Mikhailovich (artist). Publisher's wrappers w/original dust jacket. Item #584

Book measures: 21.5 x 17 cm. 187 pages: illustrations (some color), plates. Text in Russian. A very good copy with light wear and chipping to wrappers.

Mikhail Mikhailovich Cheremnykh (1890–1962) was a distinguished Soviet graphic artist, cartoonist, book illustrator, and poster master, recognized as the People's Artist of the RSFSR and a second-degree laureate of the Stalin Prize.

Nina Aleksandrovna Cheremnykh, his second wife, was not only his assistant and friend but also the creative mind behind many poetic captions for his posters. Following Cheremnykh's passing, she penned a memoir recounting her experiences and memories with the artist.

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