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Illustration for Alexander Pushkin's 'Fairytale of the Tsar Saltan', 1905
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Illustration for the poem 'The Tale of the Golden Cockerel' by Alexander Push...
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Postcard illustration for 'Ivan Tsarevitch and the Grey Wolf', 1899
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Vassilissa in the Forest, illustration from the Russian folk tale, 'The Very ...
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The Black Rider, an episode from the Russian Fairy Story 'Vasilissa the Beaut...
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The Red Rider, an episode from the Russian Fairy Story 'Vasilissa the Beautif...
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Illustration for Alexander Pushkin's 'Fairytale of the Tsar Saltan', 1905
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Sketch for the opera, 'The Golden Cockerel', by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov (1844...
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The Bogatyr Volga Transforms himself into a Pike, illustration for the Russia...
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Prince Ivan and the Firebird, illustration for the Russian Fairy Story, 'The ...
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The Witch Baba Yaga, illustration from the story of 'Vassilissa the Beautiful...
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Illustration for Alexander Pushkin's 'Fairytale of the Tsar Saltan', 1905
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Sketch for the opera, 'The Golden Cockerel', by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov (1844...
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Design for the decor of the 1928 production of Rimsky-Korsakov's opera 'Grad ...
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The Little Mermaid before a statue in the sea, illustration for a fairy tale ...
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Illustration for the Poem Walls Of Cain by Vyacheslav Ivanov. Adskaya Pochta ...
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As with many Russian intellectuals of his generation, the Russian Revolution and the enforcement of the Bolsheviks existentially influenced the life of Ivan Yakovlevich Bilibin. In 1917, the year of the revolution, the artist, who was established at the time, left his homeland and went into exile. After the forced farewell, the adventurer was drawn to Arabia. Over the next eight years the artist tried to gain a foothold in Egypt, but finally left Cairo and decided to live in Paris. The French capital had become a refuge and home to many Russian exiles, so Bilibin quickly found his place in their circles. The Russian exile community remained his point of reference in the years up to 1937. The artist worked as an interior designer for members of the Russian elite and designed their residences in Paris. However, his life took an unusual turn during the politically turbulent pre-war years in France. Whether out of conviction or because of increasing homesickness, or both, Bilibin returned to the Soviet Union in 1937 and took an active part in building a Soviet art scene. As late as the 1930s, the European avant-garde in painting, sculpture and architecture looked to the USSR and accompanied the path there with interest. Bilibin accepted this challenge at the age of 61 and became a member of the All-Russian Academy of Art in Leningrad. Only five years later Bilibin died during the Leningrad blockade after the Third Reich invaded the Soviet Union.

Politics also played a decisive role in the artist's early Russian creative phase in the years up to 1917. At the age of 24 he followed the intellectual orientation of the Russian elite to the West and began studying art in Munich. After his transfer to the St. Petersburg Art Academy, Bilibin quickly established an excellent reputation in the field of newspaper and book graphics. However, the 26-year-old found his calling during a project of the ethnographic department of the Museum Nikolaus III. As a photographer and illustrator, Bilibin collected evidence of Old Russian village culture between 1902 and 1904. The contact with his Slavic roots led him to study the fairy tales and legends of Russia, which he illustrated. In addition, he works as a sought-after stage designer at the most famous Russian theatres.

In the revolution of 1905 Bilibin first appeared as a progressive bourgeois radical and provided the political illustrations for the satirical magazine "Zupel", which brought him into the view of the tsarist secret police. In 1906 the magazine was officially banned and from then on the artist concentrated on ethnographic research, book illustrations and theatre work. The Russian everyday culture and the peculiarities of the Russian soul did not let go of him in the following years either, and he welcomed the revolutionary events of spring 1917. But with the looming victory of the Bolsheviks and the establishment of the Soviet Union, the bourgeois finally drew the consequences and left his homeland, but without ever leaving it completely behind. © Meisterdrucke




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Illustration for Alexander Pushk...
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Sketch of Glinka's Opera 'Ruslan...
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Ivan Yakovlevich Bilibin
Illustration for the poem 'The T...
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Postcard illustration for 'Ivan ...
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Vassilissa in the Forest, illust...
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The Black Rider, an episode from...
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The Red Rider, an episode from t...
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Illustration for Alexander Pushk...
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Alionouchka and Ivanouchka, 1901
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Alionouchka and Ivanouchka, 1901
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Sketch for the opera, 'The Golde...
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The Bogatyr Volga Transforms him...
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Prince Ivan and the Firebird, il...
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The Witch Baba Yaga, illustratio...
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1909 | watercolour and ink on paper

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Illustration for Alexander Pushk...
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Sketch for the opera, 'The Golde...
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Design for the decor of the 1928...
1928 | watercolour on paper

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The Little Mermaid before a stat...
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1901 | colour lithograph

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1934 | charcoal on paper

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Volga Svyatoslavich
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1909 | watercolour and gouache on paper

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1934 | charcoal on paper

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Illustration for the Poem Walls ...
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