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Mir iskusstva
Bib ID 3122830
Format JournalJournal
Description S.-Peterburg : [s.n.], [1898]-1904 
12 v. : ill. (some col.) ; 31-34 cm. 
Numbering Note First issue designated on contents p. as no. 1/2 for 1899, but numerous sources state that it appeared in late 1898 (e.g. John Drummond in: Speaking of Diaghilev, 1997 and Lynn Garafola in: Diaghilev's Ballet Russes, 1989). The State Russian Museum indicates that the first double (nos. 1-2) issue was published on Nov. 10, 1898 (The Age of Diaghilev, St. Petersburg : Palace Editions, 2001, p. 301). Censor's approval given in Nov. 1898.  Two vols. per year. Issues also numbered consecutively within each year, independently of volume numbering and beginning again each year with 1.  Some no. combined. 
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With vignettes and head and tail pieces (partly in color and gold), the whole illustrating many processes of modern picture reproduction.

Editors: no. 1, 1899-no. 1, 1904, S. P. Di︠a︡gilev.--no. 2, 1904-no. 12, 1904, S. P. Di︠a︡gilev and A. Benois.

"Dozvoleno t︠s︡enzuroi︠u︡. SPB. 7-go noi︠a︡bri︠a︡ 1898 g."--Contents p., 1899, no. 1/2.

In 1903 the "Khronika" section of Mir Iskusstva was split off and published separately by S.P. Diaghilev under the title: Khronika zhurnala "Mir iskusstva".

Life Dates Tom 1-yĭ (1899)-t. 12-yĭ (1904) 
Frequency Monthly, 1901-1904. 
Previous Frequency Semimonthly, 1899-1900. 
Subjects Art -- Periodicals.  |  Art -- Russia -- Periodicals.  |  Illustration of books -- Periodicals.
Other authors/contributors Diaghilev, Serge, 1872-1929  |  Benois, Alexandre, 1870-1960
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