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Rozanova, Olga.
TWO POSTCARDS TO ROZANOVA SIGNED BY HER PUBLISHER ANDREI SHEMSHURIN, AND ONE BY LYUBOV POPOVA TO PETR POPOV 
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Rozanova, Olga.
TWO POSTCARDS TO ROZANOVA SIGNED BY HER PUBLISHER ANDREI SHEMSHURIN, AND ONE BY LYUBOV POPOVA TO PETR POPOV 
Estimate
1,0001,500
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Rozanova, Olga.
TWO POSTCARDS TO ROZANOVA SIGNED BY HER PUBLISHER ANDREI SHEMSHURIN, AND ONE BY LYUBOV POPOVA TO PETR POPOV 

asking for Rozanova's help with Khruchenykh's article on Khlebnikov, which the poet has asked him to read, asking if her picture is ready, and arranging meetings with her; in her postcard, "Lyuba" Popova, describes her sightseeing in Rome, including the Castel St Angelo and places associated with Benvenuto Cellini and Giordano Bruno

3 picture postcards (c. 87 x 140mm.), illustrating a painting of Anna Akhmatova by Nathan Altman, a painting of Minsk by G.N. Lukomsky, and a photograph of Pope Pius X, postmarked Moscow and Rome, one dated 22 November 1916, some staining


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Andrei Shemshurin was an important publisher, including works by Rozanova and Khruchenykh. The Constructivist painter and designer Lyubov Popova collaborated with Rozanova and Exter in the "Jack of Diamonds" exhibition; she had a particular interest in Italian Renaissance art.

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