Natalia Goncharova, ‘Misticheskie Obrazy Voiny [Mystical Images of War]’, 1914, Richard Saltoun
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Misticheskie Obrazy Voiny [Mystical Images of War], 1914

14 black lithographs and 2 introductory pages.
12 4/5 × 1 3/5 in
32.5 × 4 cm
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Richard Saltoun
London, London

14 black lithographs and 2 introductory pages.
Unbound, yellow cover illustrated by the editor.

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Natalia Goncharova
Russian, 1881–1962
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Natalia Goncharova gained recognition in the West through her set and costume designs produced for Sergei Diaghilev and the Ballets Russes, but she was also a leading avant-garde artist in her own right in early 20th-century Russia. A painter, stage and costume designer, printmaker, and illustrator, Goncharova’s work spanned a range of modernist styles, including Futurism, Cubism, Rayonism, and Neo-Primitivism, finding inspiration in Russian folk art and often depicting group scenes of women. She was married to the painter Mikhail Larionov; the two were controversial in Russia for what were thought to be their radical lifestyles. In 1910, Goncharova was tried on charges of pornography after exhibiting a collection of her nude paintings.

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Richard Saltoun
London, London

14 black lithographs and 2 introductory pages.
Unbound, yellow cover illustrated by the editor.

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Natalia Goncharova
Russian, 1881–1962
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Natalia Goncharova gained recognition in the West through her set and costume designs produced for Sergei Diaghilev and the Ballets Russes, but she was also a leading avant-garde artist in her own right in early 20th-century Russia. A painter, stage and costume designer, printmaker, and illustrator, Goncharova’s work spanned a range of modernist styles, including Futurism, Cubism, Rayonism, and Neo-Primitivism, finding inspiration in Russian folk art and often depicting group scenes of women. She was married to the painter Mikhail Larionov; the two were controversial in Russia for what were thought to be their radical lifestyles. In 1910, Goncharova was tried on charges of pornography after exhibiting a collection of her nude paintings.

Misticheskie Obrazy Voiny [Mystical Images of War], 1914

14 black lithographs and 2 introductory pages.
12 4/5 × 1 3/5 in
32.5 × 4 cm
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Location
London, London
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