Item #590 Polutoraglazyi strelets (The one and a half-eyed archer). Benedikt Konstantinovich Livshits.
Polutoraglazyi strelets (The one and a half-eyed archer)
Polutoraglazyi strelets (The one and a half-eyed archer)
Polutoraglazyi strelets (The one and a half-eyed archer)
Polutoraglazyi strelets (The one and a half-eyed archer)
Polutoraglazyi strelets (The one and a half-eyed archer)
Polutoraglazyi strelets (The one and a half-eyed archer)
Polutoraglazyi strelets (The one and a half-eyed archer)
Polutoraglazyi strelets (The one and a half-eyed archer)
Polutoraglazyi strelets (The one and a half-eyed archer)
Polutoraglazyi strelets (The one and a half-eyed archer)

Polutoraglazyi strelets (The one and a half-eyed archer)

Leningrad (present-day Saint Petersburg): Izdatelstvo pisatelei, [1933]. Kirnarsky, Mark Abramovich (dust jacket design). [First edition]. Cloth-bound hardcover featuring graphic embossing on the cover, complete with the original dust jacket. Item #590

Book measures: 20.5 x 15 cm. 295 pages: illustrations; portrait. Text in Russian. A decent copy displaying evidence of previous stamp removal on the title page, mild spotting, and a dust jacket that has been reattached using document tape.

Memoirs by Russian futurist poet Benedikt Konstantinovich Livshits (1886–1938), offering an insightful history of Russian Futurism and detailed observations on the lives and works of notable figures like Mayakovsky, Khlebnikov, D. Burliuk, Severyanin, Kruchenykh, Malevich, Filonov, among others.

Mark Abramovich Kirnarsky was a Soviet cover artist known for his Jewish heritage. A member of the renowned Petrograd school, he was celebrated for his meticulous and uniform style. His notable works include cover designs for Akhmatova's "From Six Books" (Iz shesti knig) and projects for the publishing house Academia.

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