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Tradition and Modernisn in the Shtetl Aisheshuk, 1919-1939

Ellen Livingston

Tradition and Modernisn in the Shtetl Aisheshuk, 1919-1939

by Ellen Livingston

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Published by Princeton University Press .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages143
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11511879M
ISBN 100938495003

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The ‘discovery’ of Medieval icons after a exhibition marks a shift in the Russian avant-garde’s self-image. From now on, the path of western modernism would be abandoned in favour of a distinctively ‘Russian’ art. But in inventing a tradition for themselves, avant-gardists ‘rediscovered’ a sensibility that didn’t need unearthing.

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Among the finest works of his reign are elaborate court scenes depicting him surrounded by his courtiers. These are large scale exercises in portraiture, and the likeness of each. Livingston, Ellen. TRADITION AND MODERNISM IN THE SHTETL: AISHESHUK, AN ORAL HISTORY.

Princeton, N. J.; Princeton University Press, Publishers cloth. 8vo. pages. 21 cm. First edition. Princeton Undergraduate thesis; a history of the shtetl Aisheshuk, with first hand accounts from many former residents threaded into the. This really is a great history book.

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