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A People Passing Rude

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Anthony Cross

Illustrations

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14.1 Mother of God of Vladimir icon (before 1918).
Kremlin Museums (The Armoury Chamber).
Reproduced in E.K. Guseva et al. (ed.) Bogomater’
Vladimirskaia k 600 letiiu Sretenia ikony Bogomateri
Vladimirskoi v Moskve 26 avgusta (8 sentiabria) 1995:
Sbornik materialov, katalog vystavki (Moscow 1995). 70

24.2 Mother of God of Vladimir icon after cleaning and removal of oklad. © Tretyakov Gallery (Museum-Church of St Nicholas in Tolmachi).70

34.3 St Nicholas icon (18th century). © Christ Church College, Oxford. 71

44.4 Cast-metal and enamel Old Believer cross (19th century). Private collection. 77

54.5 Victoria & Albert Museum Russian Ikon Exhibition poster (1929). Reproduced in M. Farbman (ed.), Masterpieces of Russian Painting (London, 1930), p. 121. 81

64.6 General view of the Russian Ikon Exhibition (1929), Victoria & Albert Museum. Reproduced in M. Farbman (ed.), Masterpieces of Russian Painting (London, 1930), p. 119. 82

75.1 Ignatii Pavlovich Sazikov (1796-1868), Covered Cup (1851), St Petersburg, Russia. Silver gilt. Hillwood Estate, Museum, & Gardens, Washington, D.C. Photography: Edward Owen. 95

86.1 Advertisement for the Russian Opera Company, 100 Western Mail, Cardiff (24 September 1888). © The British Library.100

96.2 The Jodrell Theatre’s announcement, The Standard (22 October 1888). © The British Library. 101

106.3 ‘Sketches at the Russian Opera’, Dart: The Midland Figaro, Birmingham (27 July 1888). © The British Library. 103

119.1 Photograph of the 1908 Exhibition of the Allied Artists’ Association at the Royal Albert Hall in London, Illustrated London News (18 July 1908). © Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans. 135

129.2 Mariia Tenisheva, Enamelled Amaranth Chest (c.1907). Reproduced in Denis Roche, Les émaux champlevés de la princesse Marie Ténichév (Paris, 1907). 137

139.3 Mariia Tenisheva, Enamelled Mirror Frame (c.1907). Reproduced in Denis Roche, Les émaux champlevés de la princesse Marie Ténichév (Paris, 1907). 137

149.4 Mariia Tenisheva, Ornamental Chest (c.1907). Reproduced in Denis Roche, Les émaux champlevés de la princesse Marie Ténichév (Paris, 1907).137

159.5 Vasilii Kandinskii, Improvisation No. 6 (‘Afrikanisches’) (1910). Oil on canvas, 107 x 95.5cm. Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus und Kunstbau München. © ADAGP, Paris and DACS, London 2012. 141

169.6. Petr Konchalovskii, Les oliviers (1910). Oil on canvas, 70.5 x 90.2 cm. Private Collection. Reproduced by permission of Sotheby’s.143

1717.1 Filipp Maliavin, Country Ablutions (1930). Oil on canvas, 73 x 60.5cm. Private Collection. Reproduced by permission of Sotheby’s.247

1817.2 Filipp Maliavin, Troika (1933). Oil on canvas, 201 x 224cm. Private Collection. © Stockholms Auktionsverk. 248

1917.3 Filipp Maliavin, Portrait of Leon Trotskii. Oil on canvas, whereabouts unknown. 26 October 1935. © Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans.249

2019.1 ‘Coal output in the USSR’, The Struggle for Five Years in Four (Moscow, 1932). Otto & Marie Neurath Isotype Collection, University of Reading. 272

2119.2 ‘Isotype Vocabulary’, Landsmen and Seafarers (London, 1945). Otto & Marie Neurath Isotype Collection, University of Reading. 274

2219.3 ‘Large Town Development in Britain, Large Town Development in Russia’, How do you do, Tovarish? (London, 1947). Otto & Marie Neurath Isotype Collection, University of Reading. 276

2319.4 ‘Climate: Rain and Temperature’, Landsmen and Seafarers (London, 1945). Otto & Marie Neurath Isotype Collection, University of Reading.280

2419.5 ‘What a Briton Can Own, What a Russian Can Own’, How do you do, Tovarish? (London, 1947). Otto & Marie Neurath Isotype Collection, University of Reading. 281

2520.1 Entrance façade of ‘USSR at Earls Court’ (1968). Press photo EC & O Venues Archive, Box 1601. 286

2620.2 Plan of the first Soviet Earls Court exhibition (1961). Exhibition guide. EC & O Venues Archive, Box 1009. 292

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