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Exhibition by Konstantin Rudakov Held in Moscow
9.01.2015 18:09
Exhibition by Konstantin Rudakov Held in Moscow

The Galeyev Gallery has opened an exhibition of Konstantin Rudakov (1891-1949), a most remarkable illustrator of the first half of the 20th century.

      Konstantin Rudakov illustrated 85 works of the Russian and West European (especially French) classical prose. His illustrations gained him love of readers and high esteem of exacting critics.

      The monograph published for the exhibition tells about the artist’s life and creativity. For the first time it gives a detailed picture of little-known part of his art – satirical graphic art and his early works.

      The exhibition runs till March 15.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Konstantin Rudakov Russian Artist Exhibitions in Moscow   

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