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“Baba Yaga’s Cat” from "My Big Book of Cat Stories", illustrated by Adrienne Ségur Cerise Bennett via Terri Klugh onto kiiiiiiiiitties

Russian Fairy Tale - Zar ptica

The Firebird-Russian Folklore. The firebird is symbolic of light and it is said that when one feather from the tail of the firebird falls to the ground, a new artistic tradition is born, hence why it is such a popular motif amongst artists.

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Illustration for "Maria Morenva" [Tsarevich Ivan at the Castle of the Falcon] (ca. by Boris Zvorykin. Gouache, metallic inks, and black ink, heightened with white, over graphite.

IVAN YAKOULEVICH BILIBIN (RUSSIAN 1876-1942), "Illustration for a Fairy Tale", mixed media, 12.5 x 7.5 in (31.8 x 19.1 cm), signed lower left.  (From liveauctioneers.com)

Ivan Bilibin, The red rider, Illustration for the tale ‘Vasilisa the Beautiful’, 1900

Frank C Pape. Girl Chernavushka. Illustration from the russian bylina "Vasily Buslaev and residents of Novgorod". 1916.

"The Black-Browed Maid Stood Upon the Bank as the Red Ship Sailed Away From Novgorod" illustration by Frank Cheyne Papé (British, for 'The Russian Story Book' by Richard Wilson,