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Nikolay Zabolotsky. Columns (2011)

Daniil Harms (2005)





A portrait of Russian poet, Nikolay Zabolotsky (1903-1958). His first book of poetry, "Columns", a vision of urban life in the 1920s, belongs to Russian avant-garde. The twenty-two poems of "Columns" are full of grotesque imagery picturing "a world that was suspended between satire and despair. The image area is about 8" x 10" and paper size is 11" x14".

A portrait of a great Russian writer Daniil Harms (1905-1942), the author of avant-garde poems, children's books, and absurd short stories. Printed on beautiful printmaking paper (Rising Stonehenge, acid-free) with oil based printing ink - all materials are permanent and archival. The image area is about 8" x 10" and paper size is 11" x14".

Bust of Dostoevsky on a Window-sill (2003)






A tribute to Fyodor Dostoevsky (1821-1881), a great Russian writer whose psychological penetration into the human soul had a profound influence on the 20th century novel. Through pain, evil and humiliations, Dostoevsky's characters constantly search for God. His life was full of tragic events, and he strived hard to survive... But the most severe strife was going on within his own soul.
The image area is about 8" x 10" and paper size is 10.5" x13.5". Printed on white smooth finish acid-free paper with oil based printing ink.
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