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Print from a series illustrating Aleksei Kruchenykh's "Hermits and Hermitesses: Two Poems" (one of four)

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Print from a series illustrating Aleksei Kruchenykh's "Hermits and Hermitesses: Two Poems" (one of four)

Made by: Goncharova, Natalia ||Larionov, Mikhail

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About this object

One of four prints by Goncharova and Larionov for Aleksei Kruchenykh's "Hermits and Hermitesses: Two Poems" ("Pustynniki; Pustynnitsa. Dve Poemy"), published in Moscow in 1913 by G.L. Kuz'min and S.D. Dolinskii.A lithographic plate based on a neo-primitive drawing of two sitting figures of naked African women, the one on the foreground in frontal pose with her arms raised, and the one in the background in profile with her hands on her hips. Marks: Ink inscription on the reverse along the bottom edge upside down relative to the direction of the drawing (the text is apparently unrelated to the subject matter depicted on the obverse): Двор князя Алекс. Мих. Черкасского. ... (illegible) кн. II, 1715 г. 499. Июля 1го(?) подпол(?) Никитина полку Афанасьева с. Козловка солд. Григорий Федотов с. Тележников продал ц. Вел. Муч. Димитрия, что на дворе князя Алексея Михайловича Черкасскаго, священнику Григорию Михайлову строение, на двор. поновлен. 3 пол. (? illegible) 5 c дл. тъм.(?) за 15 р. (Household of the prince Alex. Mikh. Cherkassky … (illegible) b[oo]k II, year 1715. 499. On July 1st(?) Lieut. Col. Nikitin’s of the Afanasiev regiment of the v[illage] of Kozlovka soldier Grigory Fedotov s[on of] Telezhnikov sold to the church of The Great Martyr Dimitry standing on the grounds that belong to Alexey Mikhailovich Cherkassky a building, ext[erior]. renov[ated]. 3 pol(illegible), 5 s. dl. tm(? illegible

Category:
PRINTS
Object name:
Print from a series illustrating Aleksei Kruchenykh's "Hermits and Hermitesses: Two Poems" (one of four)
Made from:
Ink on paper
Made in:
RUSSIA
Date made:
Early 20th c.
Size:
Overall, unframed __7.25 in __5.75 in
Overall, unframed __18.42 cm __14.60 cm

Detailed information for this item

Catalog number:
55.101
Credit line:
Gift of Edward J. Kasinec, 2006