2 edition of Andrey Avinoff found in the catalog.
|Contributions||Avinoff, Andrey, 1884-1949, Carnegie Museum of Art|
|LC Classifications||N6537.A945 A4 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2010040735|
: Two large prints of Andrey Avinoff's compositions depicting George Golokhvastoff's epic poem "The Fall of Atlantis": Two large folio sized prints (offset lithograph) ca. 21" x " each ( x mm), mounted on foam core and suitable for framing. Two fine, mystical prints from the extraordinary series of Art Deco compositions by Andrey Avinoff (). In , Jennings began an ambitious project with friend, lepidopterist, and then museum director Andrey Avinoff that culminated in the book Wild Flowers of Western Pennsylvania and the Upper Ohio Basin, based on his own lifelong study of the region. Jennings would travel in search of the perfect specimens to return to the museum for.
Something went wrong. View cart for details. Andrey Avinoff was director of Carnegie Museum of Natural History when he made this remark to his nephew Nicholas Shoumatoff. From to , between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. daily, Avinoff practiced, exhibited, and taught science to thousands of museum visitors, and his .
ANDREY AVINOFF PRINTS, pencil signed, of ''The Common Room at the University of Pittsburgh''. By University of Pittsburgh Press, Each 19''H x ''W. The work contains gorgeous watercolor prints by Andrey Avinoff in the second volume. The volumes show mild external age/wear, with some rubbing and tears to the extremities of the jackets, and are solidly bound with clean, lightly age toned pages. The books measure approximately " x 14".
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Andrey Avinoff: In Pursuit of Beauty accompanies the first exhibition devoted to this visionary in more than 50 years. Reproducing botanical illustrations, Symbolist watercolors, apocalyptic scenes, dance subjects and homoerotic drawings (many of which the artist made for his friend Alfred Kinsey), it elaborates the work through Avinoff's 5/5(3).
Andrey Avinoff book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. From Russian court to the mountains of Tibet, and from the laboratori /5. by Mason Heberling Herbarium specimens are both an art and a science. This fact is no more apparent than in the collaborations between Andrey Avinoff and Otto Jennings, which culminated in the book Wildflowers of Western Pennsylvania and the Upper Ohio Basin.
Andrey Avinoff: In Pursuit of Beauty. Published by Carnegie Museum Of Art. Text by Louise Lippincott. From Russian court to the mountains of Tibet, and from the laboratories of Pittsburgh to the salons of Park Avenue, the extraordinary career of the artist and entomologist Andrey Avinoff () has never been surveyed in its entirety.
Andrey Avinoff: In Pursuit of Beauty Published by Carnegie Museum Of Art. Text by Louise Lippincott. From Russian court to the mountains of Tibet, and from the laboratories of Pittsburgh to the salons of Park Avenue, the extraordinary career of the artist and entomologist Andrey Avinoff () has never been surveyed in its : $ by O.
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lxxv,(1); xvi, full page color plates with descriptive text leaves. Original green cloth, gilt-lettered on the Author: O. E Jennings. Andrey Avinoff (–) Illustrations for the poem The Fall of Atlantis, Art And IllustrationCarnegie Museum Of ArtUnicorns And MermaidsWatercolor ProjectsFantasy PaintingsFlower PaintingsArtist ArtFloral WatercolorLove Art “Well, I must endure the presence of a few caterpillars if I wish to become acquainted with the butterflies.”10 pins.
Andrey Avinoff was a lepidopterist, artist and museum administrator. Avinoff was a trustee of the American Museum of Natural History from to He was curator, Dept. of Entomology, then director of the Carnegie Museum between andand director emeritus From the description of Papers, Estimate: £15, - £20, Description: Andrey Avinoff () The Fall of Atlantis, 23 original illustrations for George V.
Golokhvastoff's poem, black and white chalks with watercolour, pencil, some heightened with body white, 3 measure c x cm. (26 1/4 x 19 3/4 in), the others each c x 38cm. (19 3/4 x 15 in), all unframed, but uniformly mounted and neatly presented in two. Director's foreword --Acknowledgments --Andrey Avinoff: in pursuit of beauty / Louise Lippincott --Chronology --Reminiscences of Andrey Avinoff: he who stands firm / Nicholas Avinoff Shoumatoff, Victoria Ward, Antonia Shoumatoff Foster --Checklist of the exhibition --Bibliography and exhibitio history --Trustees and board --Photography credits.
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Van Leer & Co. N.V. Amsterdam And London. From Russian court to the mountains of Tibet, and from the laboratories of Pittsburgh to the salons of Park Avenue, the extraordinary career of the artist and entomologist Andrey Avinoff () has never been surveyed in its entirety.
Avinoff created a rich body of effusive, fantastical. Andrey Avinoff (), Russia Atlantis 2,Offset lithograph (from book) George Platt Lynes Portrait of Marc Chagall, Gelatin silver print George Platt Lynes Paul (Pavel) Tchelitchew in his studio, Gelatin silver print.
Hard bound with dust jacket. pages, the 'text volume with accurate information on over species, including Family, Genera, ecology, along with detailed descriptions. Some wear to dust jacket that shpws a few tears alonfg the edges.
Born in the Ukraine of Russia to a highly distinguished family, Andrey Avinoff was a watercolorist, illustrator and museum director and became especially noted for his botanical subjects and romantic legendary figures, often of mythology, such as his work, The Birth of Atlantis.
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Andrey Avinoff. Author: Louise Lippincott ISBN: Genre: Art. Andrey Avinoff is the author of Andrey Avinoff ( avg rating, 4 ratings, 2 reviews, published ) and The Magic Bird of Chomo-Lung-Ma ( avg rati 4/5(2). andrey avinoff botanical paintings Download andrey avinoff botanical paintings or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.
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We have new and used copies available, in 0 edition - starting at. Shop now. Herbarium specimens are both an art and a science. This fact is no more apparent than in the collaborations between Andrey Avinoff and Otto Jennings, which culminated in the book Wildflowers of Western Pennsylvania and the Upper Ohio Basin.
Jennings was a longtime curator of botany, professor at University of Pittsburgh, and served many roles at the Carnegie Museum of .