5 edition of El Lissitzky: 1890-1941 found in the catalog.
El Lissitzky: 1890-1941
by Thames & Hudson
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||232|
El Lissitzky () Russian. El Lissitzky was an artist who was an important member of avant-garde movement that flourished in Soviet Russia and in Germany until the s. In his children’s book About 2 Squares: In 6 Constructions: A Suprematist Tale he uses Suprematist geometric. LISSITZKY, EL (–) BIBLIOGRAPHY. Russian painter, graphic artist, and designer. During the s and s El Lissitzky did more than any other artist to define a practice of graphic design in the Soviet in his career he collaborated actively with members of the European avant-garde, but after his return home in he worked almost exclusively for the Soviet regime.
The book is made active.' (Quoted in Harvard University Art Museums and Busch-Reisingher Museum, El Lissitzky Catalogue for the Exhibition of Selected Works from North American Collections, the Sprengel Museum Hanover and the Staatliche Galerie Moritzburg Halle, Hanover , p) In the present work Lissitzky integrates. From the description of El Lissitzky letters and photographs, (Getty Research Institute). WorldCat record id: Biographical/Historial Note. El Lissitzky () began his artistic education in , when he traveled to Germany to study architecture at .
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El Lissitzky, Catalogue for an exhibition of selected works from North American collectionsAuthor: Victor Margolin, Peter Nisbet, Mikhail Anikst, Elena Chernevich, Catherine Cooke, M.
Baburina. Eliezer (Lazar) Markovich Lissitzky, El Lissitzky (–) was one of the most experimental and controversial artists to work with the Russian and European avant-garde during the early twentieth century.
Afterduring the first communist period, El Lissitzky served as a cultural ambassador, promoting Russian art and Soviet ideas in /5(4).
Lissitzky's earliest preliminary drawings for the illustrations are contained in a book of watercolors from now in the Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow. A later set of gouaches now in the Tel Aviv Museum is very close to the published form From an ed.
of 75 A second version was published in. El Lissitzky () El (Elizar or Lazar or Eliezer) Marcovich Lissitzky was a designer, typographer, artist, photographer, architect, and teacher (among other jobs). He had a great influence on the design work from the Bauhaus and De Stijl movements, and on modern commercial art and design.
First published in in post-revolutionary Russia, a revolutionary children’s book by Russian avant-garde artist El Lissitzky (–) is available once more, for collectors and art and design enthusiasts/5(4).
"This illustrated version of the popular Passover song 'Had gadya' was the wonderfully playful offspring of the avant-garde artist El Lissitzky ().
It dates to a little-known period early in his career when he immersed himself in the Jewish cultural renaissance that flourished in. Werke und Aufsätze von El Lissitzky () zusammengestellt und eingeleitet von Jan Tschichold.
El Lissitzky. Published by Gerhardt, Berlin (). Get this from a library. El Lissitzky, catalogue for an exhibition of selected works from North American collections, the Sprengel Museum Hanover, and the Staatliche Galerie Moritzburg Halle.
[El Lissitzky; Peter Nisbet; Sprengel Museum Hannover.; Staatliche Galerie Moritzburg.; Harvard University. Art Museums.; Busch-Reisinger Museum.]. El (Eleazar) Lissitzky () was a vital force in the revolutionary period in Russia.
Having first trained in engineering and architecture and later becoming a painter and illustrator, his creative activity ranged across disciplines/5. Lazar Markovich Lissitzky, better known as El Lissitzky (), was a Russian-born painter, designer, artist, teacher, typographer, photographer, architect, illustrator and theorist.
He was born on Novemin Pochinok, Russian Federation. Lissitzky was one of the people hired to create propaganda in the early 20th century for the Soviet : Lazar Markovich Lissitzky, Nov.
23,Pochinok, Russian Empire. Artist page for El Lissitzky (–) Lazar Markovich Lissitzky (Russian: Ла́зарь Ма́ркович Лиси́цкий, listen ; November 23 [O.S.
November 11] – Decem ), known as El Lissitzky (Russian: Эль Лиси́цкий, Yiddish: על ליסיצקי ), was a Russian artist, designer, photographer, typographer, polemicist and architect. El Lissitzky, Catalogue for an exhibition of selected works from North American collections, the Sprengel Museum Hanover, and the Staatliche Galerie Moritzburg Halle by El Lissitzky ISBN ().
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El Lissitzky, catalogue for an exhibition of selected works from North American collections, the Sprengel Museum Hanover, and the Staatliche Galerie Moritzburg Halle by El Lissitzky (Book) El Lissitzky: Ausstellung vom 9. El Lissitzky was an avant-garde Russian artist of the early twentieth century and major figure in both Suprematism and Constructivism.
Lissitzky’s politically fueled poster designs, photographs, and paintings melded formal abstraction with typography, as seen in his Proun series. th Anniversary exhibition of El Lissitzky. - Order the book. See also: El Lissitzky. Search for: All Books.
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Russian, – Wikipedia entry Introduction Lazar Markovich Lissitzky (Russian: Ла́зарь Ма́ркович Лиси́цкий, listen ; November 23 [O.S. November 11] – Decem ), known as El Lissitzky (Russian: Эль Лиси́цкий, Yiddish: על ליסיצקי), was a Russian artist, designer, photographer, typographer, polemicist and architect.
El Lissitzky ( – ) was born Lazar Markovich Lisitskii in in Pochinok, in the Russian province of Smolensk, and grew up in Vitebsk. He pursued architectural studies at the Technische Hochschule in Darmstadt, Germany, from towhen the outbreak of World War 1 precipitated his return to : Poul Webb.El Lissitzky was born Eleazar Markovich Lisitskii, in the town of Pochinok, a small, heavily Jewish-populated community in the western region of the former Russian Empire.
Lissitzky spent much of his childhood in the town of Vitebsk (also Marc Chagall's hometown), followed by a ten-year stay with his grandparents in Smolensk, near the present Nationality: Russian.24 mar.
- El Lisitski, pseudónimo de Lázar Márkovich Lisitski(Pochinok, 23 de noviembre de - Moscu, 30 de diciembre de ). Ve más ideas sobre Constructivismo, Constructivismo ruso y pins.