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Leonid Bykov 1928 Legendary Soviet Film Actor Honored Ussr Artist Rare Poster

Leonid Bykov 1928 Legendary Soviet Film Actor Honored Ussr Artist Rare Poster
Leonid Bykov 1928 Legendary Soviet Film Actor Honored Ussr Artist Rare Poster
Leonid Bykov 1928 Legendary Soviet Film Actor Honored Ussr Artist Rare Poster
Leonid Bykov 1928 Legendary Soviet Film Actor Honored Ussr Artist Rare Poster

Leonid Bykov 1928 Legendary Soviet Film Actor Honored Ussr Artist Rare Poster

A documentary film dedicated to the life and work of the legendary Soviet actor. 11 December 1928 in Znamenka village, Artemivsk Okruha of Ukraine, USSR - 11 April 1979 in Kiev Oblast of Ukraine, USSR was a Ukrainian Soviet actor, film director, and script writer. He received the "Honored Artist of the RSFSR" title in 1965 and the "People's Artist of the Ukrainian SSR" title in 1974. Bykov contributed to several Soviet World War II films that portrayed a stereotypical Soviet Ukrainian. Bykov died in a traffic accident in 1979 on the highway from Minsk to Kiev.

[2] In 1994, the International Astronomical Union named a minor planet after him, (4682) Bykov. IN: 24x34 = CM: 61x86. ERKO VLADISLAV EDVARDOVICH (1962 -) Ukrainian illustrator, member of the Union of Artists of Ukraine since 1989, winner of the 2nd prize of the Moscow International Poster Competition (1987), winner and participant of a number of art and book exhibitions, holder of the title "Book Man" as the best artist of 2002 to version of the Russian edition "Book Review".

Known for his collaboration with publishing houses "A-ba-ba-ga-la-ma-ga" and "Sofia". Erko's first professional work was the design of a book about pioneers for the Politizdat publishing house in 1986.

Due to the lack of demand in Kiev book publishing houses, the artist began to engage in cinema poster, drawing posters for various films, both Soviet and foreign. However, in 1990 the poster publishing house was closed for formalism and remoteness from the people. Among Erko's works, the illustrations for the Ukrainian edition of the series of books by J. Rowling about Harry Potter, for the series of novels by Carlos Castaneda and Paulo Coelho (the illustrations for multiple enlargement in Erko's illustrations more and more details appear ") The illustrated by Erko Andersen's Snow Queen, published by the Ukrainian publishing house A-ba-ba-ga-la-ma-ha, won the Grand Prix at the all-Ukrainian competition "Book of Rock-2000" (Russian "Book of the Year-2000") as the best book, received the title of "Best Children's Book 2006 in the USA, as well as the Andersen Foundation medal.

Paulo Coelho gave Erko the following characterization to The Snow Queen: This is the most amazing children's book I've seen in my life. The Snow Queen has undergone a number of reprints in many countries of the world, becoming in 2005 the sales leader of the British publishing house Templar. The original illustration for the book "The Snow Queen" was estimated at 28 thousand dollars. In 2004, the book "Tales of Foggy Albion" in the design of Erko won the all-Ukrainian competition "Book of Rock-2003". In 2008, the illustrated Erko edition of the new Ukrainian translation of Shakespeare's tragedy "Hamlet" by Y.

Andrukhovych was awarded the Grand Prix of the Lviv Forum of Publishers. This item is in the category "Art\Art Posters".posters" and is located in this country: US.

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  • Size: Medium (up to 36in.)
  • Region of Origin: USSR
  • Handmade: No
  • Artist: ERKO VLADISLAV EDVARDOVICH (1962 - )
  • Framing: Unframed
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Russian Federation
  • Custom Bundle: No
  • Style: Socilaist Realism, Socrealism, Affichiste, Art Deco, Russian
  • Material: Paper
  • Theme: Advertising, Art, Movies, Politics
  • Personalize: No
  • Type: Poster
  • Title: Leonid Fedorovich Bykov
  • Features: Unframed, 1st Edition, Limited Edition
  • Subject: Film, Advertising, Movies, Sports, Actors, Adventure Time
  • Certificate of Authenticity (COA): No
  • Culture: USSR
  • Signed: No
  • Listed By: Dealer or Reseller
  • Original/Licensed Reprint: Original
  • Year of Production: 1988
  • Date of Creation: 1980-1990
  • Width (Inches): 24
  • Unit of Sale: Single-Piece Work
  • Color: Multi-Color
  • Height (Inches): 34


Leonid Bykov 1928 Legendary Soviet Film Actor Honored Ussr Artist Rare Poster