August 12, 14 and 15 in Moscow. Drawings by Yu. K. Artsybushev at the meetings of the State conference. With the application of the original drawing by M. V. Rodzianko of Artsybushev's hand.
Moscow: Publishing House of D. ya. Makovsky, 1917. - 31 p.: Il. Publishing font cover, album format (26 x 35 cm). The cover is worn and dirty, has tears, losses, creases, including on the spine; the block splits into separate sheets; the pages are frayed around the perimeter, have creases, minor losses.
Pencil drawing "M. V. Rodzianko in may 1917".
Moscow, 1917. Paper, pencil, Passepartout. The size of the substrate is 16.5 x 22 cm; the size of the drawing is 13 x 17 cm. The drawing has a slight loss of the upper left corner.
[Yuri Konstantinovich Artsybushev FR. Y. Artsyboucheff (Artsybusheff) (March 16 (28), 1877-November 12, 1952) was a Russian portrait artist, publisher, and editor of satirical magazines in pre — revolutionary Russia.
Starting in 1916, when new signs of public revival appeared, Artsybushev began a series of sketches of participants in various rallies, meetings, and trials. The first series of drawings were made at the trials of abuse of supplies to the army (summer 1916), over participants in food riots (autumn 1916), over agents of the Moscow security Department (April 1917). At the end of 1916 Artsybushev dedicated a series of drawings to the Moscow city Duma
After February 1917, Artsybushev painted at the congresses of the all-Russian Union of cities, the Russian merchant fleet, the all-Russian Congress of railway workers, and the Congress of military doctors.
In December 1918, The Knebel publishing house published the album "Dictatorship of the proletariat".
In 1917-1918, he painted portraits of political and social leaders of that time, for which he specially visited Smolny, attended meetings of the Petrograd Soviet, and various meetings.]