In Russian literature, too, we find very characteristic and vivid examples of such creativity. There are the sophisticated baroque work of Simeon of Polotsk and the political caricatures of Archpriest Avvakum (seventeenth century); the monumental mosaic compositions of Lomonosov (eighteenth century); the romantic landscapes of Zhukovsky and Baratynsky; the elegiac landscapes of Batyushkov; Gogol’s architectural…Details
Mayakovsky’s last drawing: man following the setting sun. 1930. Ink on paper. 16.7X21. The Mayakovsky Museum.
Mexican landscape with cacti. 1925. “Krasitaya niva” magazine. Moscow.
Mexican landscape with a palm tree. 1925. “Krasnaya niva” magazine. Moscow.
Cover of the anthology “Harsh Words”. 1918.
Portrait of L. Brik. 1916. Charcoal and chalk on paper. 46×31. Deposited in a private collection
Caricature of himself in a tophat. 1915. Pencil onpaper. 17X11.1. Deposited in a private collection.
Caricature of I. Repin and K. Chukovsky. 1915. India ink and black chalk on cardboard. The Mayakovsky Museum
Portrait ot V. Khlebnikov. 1916. India ink and pencil on paper. 23×15. Deposited in a privalc collection
Caricature of G. Yakulov. 1918 (‘.’). Pencil on paper. 17X 10.7. Deposited in a private collection.
Self-portrait. 1918. Oil on cardboard. 51.5X32. Deposited in a private collection
V. Mayakovsky (1893-1930). A giraffe. 1913. Pastel and pencil on paper. 42.5×26. The Mayakovsky Museum.
Calligram. Ink and coloured pencil on paper. From the manuscript book “The Offensive”. Baku
A. Kruchyonykh (1886-1968). Tiflis. Collage from the almanac “1918”. Titlis. 1917
I. Zdanevich (1894-1975)
Rayonist poem from the book “The Donkey’s Tail and The Target” Moscow, 1913.
Landscape with birds. The early 1950s. Coloured pencil on paper. 28.2×40.2. Central State Archives of Literature and Art. Moscow.