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№ 438-442. The 200th birth anniversary of A.S.Pushkin. Poet's drawings.

28.05.1998

Illustrator – Artsymenev Y.

Stamps per sheets: 36 (6x6 stamps).
Paper - coated; manufacturing process - offset + steel engraving; perforation - comb 12 x 12½.

"Liceum". A drawing in the draft manuscript of Chapter 8 of "Eugeny Onegin" (1829-1830). The Liceum building (which is now in the town of Pushkin, Leningrad Region) was constructed in 1788-1792 by I.V.Nejelov, and reconstructed in 1811 by V.P.Stasov. Alexander Pushkin studied there in 1811-1817. When in Liceum, the young poet wrote around 120 verses about friendship, love and nature.

Face value Size Description Price, mint Price, used Quantity
1.50 30×42 "Liceum". A drawing in the draft manuscript of Chapter 8 of "Eugeny Onegin" (1829-1830). The Liceum building (which is now in the town of Pushkin, Leningrad Region) was constructed in 1788-1792 by I.V.Nejelov, and reconstructed in 1811 by V.P.Stasov. Alexander Pushkin studied there in 1811-1817. When in Liceum, the young poet wrote around 120 verses about friendship, love and nature.
azure, black
1.50 0.30 250000

№ 439

"Alexander N. Wolf" (1804-1881). The drawing from a draft manuscript (1830). A.N.Wolf, a nobleman and landowner, was Pushkin's contemporary. He studied in Derpt's University (now Tartu, Estonia) and spent long periods of time in Tverskaya Region. Pushkin was a frequent guest in his manors Malinniki, Pavlovskoe, Berdnovo in 1828, 1829, 1830, and 1833. A.Wolf left a diary (1838-1831) which is a valuable source for researchers on Pushkin's biography, as well as an important source of information on household issues and general interest. A.N.Wolf tells of the events he witnessed.

Face value Size Description Price, mint Price, used Quantity
1.50 30×42 "Alexander N. Wolf" (1804-1881). The drawing from a draft manuscript (1830). A.N.Wolf, a nobleman and landowner, was Pushkin's contemporary. He studied in Derpt's University (now Tartu, Estonia) and spent long periods of time in Tverskaya Region. Pushkin was a frequent guest in his manors Malinniki, Pavlovskoe, Berdnovo in 1828, 1829, 1830, and 1833. A.Wolf left a diary (1838-1831) which is a valuable source for researchers on Pushkin's biography, as well as an important source of information on household issues and general interest. A.N.Wolf tells of the events he witnessed.
1.50 0.30 250000

№ 440

"Self-Portrait" (1829). This is the so called "Large Self-Portrait" (the largest of all Pushkin's self-portraits, 8.2x8.5), the most exquisite of all. The drawing is placed in the album of the Ushakovs sisters.

Face value Size Description Price, mint Price, used Quantity
1.50 30×42 "Self-Portrait" (1829). This is the so called "Large Self-Portrait" (the largest of all Pushkin's self-portraits, 8.2x8.5), the most exquisite of all. The drawing is placed in the album of the Ushakovs sisters.
1.50 0.30 250000

№ 441

"Tatiana" (the heroine of "Eugeny Onegin"). The drawing from the draft manuscript of Chapter 3 of "Eugeny Onegin". This is a lively expression of the poet's impressions and creative thoughts. Tatiana is one of the most charming and morally pure images of the Russian Literature.

Face value Size Description Price, mint Price, used Quantity
1.50 30×42 "Tatiana" (the heroine of "Eugeny Onegin"). The drawing from the draft manuscript of Chapter 3 of "Eugeny Onegin". This is a lively expression of the poet's impressions and creative thoughts. Tatiana is one of the most charming and morally pure images of the Russian Literature.
1.50 0.30 250000

№ 442

"Dramatic scenes ("A knight")". The drawing from the cover of a manuscript dd. 1830. The composition which includes a sketch of a head, vignettes and flourishes (not featured on the stamp) is a decoration of the title of the book which is charateristic of the Pushkin's era. The drawing dates back to the so called "Boldino Autumn", November 1830.

Face value Size Description Price, mint Price, used Quantity
1.50 30×42 "Dramatic scenes ("A knight")". The drawing from the cover of a manuscript dd. 1830. The composition which includes a sketch of a head, vignettes and flourishes (not featured on the stamp) is a decoration of the title of the book which is charateristic of the Pushkin's era. The drawing dates back to the so called "Boldino Autumn", November 1830.
azure, black
1.50 0.30 250000

Sheetlet

Stamps per sheet: 10 (5x2 stamps).
Paper - coated; manufacturing process - offset + steel engraving; perforation - comb 12 x 12½.
The margins of the sheetlet feature drawings by A.S.Pushkin. In the upper left corner - "Horse without a rider", a drawing from the draft manuscript of "The Caucausian Prisoner" (1820-1823). On the left margin - "A Spaniard with a rapier (Don Juan)", a drawing from the draft of Act I of "The Stone Guest" (1830). On the right margin - "A Self-Portrait in a Tail-coat with a walking stick", a drawing from the draft of Chapter 5 of Eugeny Onegin (1826). In the lower right corner "A Spanish duel", a drawing from the draft of "The Stone Guest" (1830). The text on the margins reads "Drawings by A.S.Pushkin" and "The 200th Birth Anniversary".
Sheetlet print quantity - 60000.

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Category:
History : The great names of history
Culture and art : Painting, graphics, icons

Stamps:
The 200th birth anniversary of A.S.Pushkin. Illustrations to the fairy-tales.
On the bicentennial of birth of A.S.Pushkin. Portraits of A.S.PUSHKIN.
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