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  • Hugo Egan

    Inside the Rainbow: Gorgeous Vintage Russian Children’s Book Illustrations from the Brain Pickings. I find this cover interesting because illustration is so ridge and dogmatic looking for a children's book. it could be said that it is of the time.

  • Heather Butler

    childrens book art

  • Cindy Reyes

    Inside the Rainbow: Beautiful Books, Terrible Times Julian Rothenstein & Olga Budashevskaya “A lovely primary-colored geometrical wonderland-light sparkling with every conceivable kind of wit and brilliance and fantasy and fun.” Gorgeous vintage Russian children’s book illustrations from the 1920s-1930s – a treasure trove of visual delight at the link:

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