Vladimir Konashevich

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Vladimir Mikhaylovich Konashevich (Russian: Владимир Михайлович Конашевич, May 19, 1888, Novocherkassk—February 27, 1963, Leningrad, now Saint Petersburg) was a Russian graphic artist and illustrator. Among his artwork are scores for Manon Lescaut and Andersen's The Fairy Tales.[1]

Konashevich also illustrated the works of Samuil Marshak and issues of the publishing house Academia. His story O sebye i svoyom dele (About Me and My Work) was published in 1968.

His illustrations for Daniil Kharms' игра (Play) can be seen in The Fire Horse: Children's Poems By Mayakovsky, Mandelstam and Kharms (tr. Eugene Ostashevsky), New York: NYRB 2017

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  1. ^ Great Soviet Encyclopedia (3rd ed.), vol. 12, p. 605