Zolotoe runo

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Zolotoe runo [Золотое руно; Golden Fleece] was an illustrated journal of art and literature published monthly in Moscow from 1906 to 1910, financed and edited by the manufacturer Nikolay P. Riabushinsky. The main Russian symbolists united behind it: at first, V. la. Briusov, D. S. Merezhkovskii, Andrey Bely, and Z. N. Hippius, and later, Viach. Ivanov, Aleksander Blok, and G. Chulkov. It sponsored the first exhibitions in Russia of modern and of contemporary French art. In its first two years, this well-illustrated and lively magazine was principally dedicated to Russian Symbolism.

Literature[edit]

  • William Richardson, Zolotoe Runo and Russian Modernism: 1905-1910, Ardis Publishers, 1986, 231 pp.
  • Oleg Minin, "Modernism upheld. Moscow journals of art and literature: Vesy (1904-9), Iskusstvo (1905), Zolotoe Runo (1906-9), and Makovets (1922)", in The Oxford Critical and Cultural History of Modernist Magazines: Vol. 3: Europe 1880-1940, Oxford University Press, 2013. [1]

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