Comics in Pre-revolutionary Russia

Comics in Pre-revolutionary Russia

Humorous magazines of the late XIX century. The researcher of Russian comics, José Alaniz, dated 1895, simultaneously with the advent of cinema . The first Russian comics appear a little later, at the beginning of the 20th century. The popular tradition continues.

1844 – Violdamour and His Arshet ” Album of engravings ” The Adventures of Christian Hristianovich is published . Amateur artist Andrei Sapozhnikov . Initially, he performed 50 AT and the humorous Same | Documented exact time pictures, to the which of He SUGGESTED Vladimir Dahl is to the write the text. In the story, telling about the slacker, who imagines himself a virtuoso musician, Petersburg and the provincial city . This is not the first Russian literary work, where text and illustrations are inextricably linked.
1876−1917 – Children’s magazine “Soulful Word” is published in St. Petersburg . It is true that it was in the XIX century. The XIX and XX centuries. “Around the World Penniless” comic book for children and teenagers has been published for three years . Comics were translated, as a rule, French. For each comic book, it was indicated .
1898 – The art of publishing a society of R. Golik and A. Vilborg.
1901−1917 – In the “Alarm Clock” and “The Clown” published by Ivan Simakov , who worked for the revolution also worked in the “windows of GROWTH satire” . See also: 1919−1921: “GROWTH windows” .
1908-1914 – Be published a satirical magazine “of Satyricon” , where clause, for Among OTHER things, printed Caricatures and comics of the artist Alexei Radakov ( “of The life: time average of an name person” , “of The story of to two two degenerates” , “How I of Became a genius ” ) .
1914 – In Moscow, the avant-gardists Kazimir Malevich , Aristarkh Lentulov , Vladimir Mayakovsky , David Burliuk create the association “Today’s splits” . This group has been released, using a series of 22 sheets on military subjects .

Comics in Soviet Russia

1919−1921 – published by posters “windows of growth GROWTH . ” Posters were attached inscriptions, often in poetic form. As famous personalities Such the poet Vladimir Mayakovsky , artists D. Moor , Ivan Malyutin and many others worked on posters . Posters “Windows of Growth Satire” were hand-drawn history. The Red Army Man, The Worker, The Peasant, The Bourgeoisie, The Slobs Day .

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