[JAPANESE CHILDREN'S BOOKS IN RUSSIA] Vystavka detskoi knigi i detskogo tvorchestva Yaponii / VOKS and GAHN [i.e. Exhibition of Children's Books and Children's Art of Japan / All-Union Society for Cultural Relations with Foreign Countries; The State Academy of Artistic Sciences]
Moscow: 1928. Item #144
18,  pp: ill. 22х15 cm. In original illustrated wrappers. Rubbed, small tears of the spine and extremities.
Cover designed by A. Mogilevsky. 1 of 700 copies. Rare.
Exhibition included 1450 divided into these sections: picture book and book for play; fairy tales, legends and stories; historic literature; children's theatre and children's games; science for children; magazines and newspapers; musical notes; studying books; books for parents and teachers.
Alexander Pavlovich Mogilevsky (1885-1980), Russian and Soviet artist famous for his work as illustrator of children's books. Started to work under Vasily Kandinsky's influence as mild avant-garde artist but later turned back to traditional painting and graphics.