Alexey Fedorovich Pakhomov like many other artists of the time, employed an essentially innovatory approach to children’s book illustration. Pictures in books and magazines in the 1910s differed from the ecstatic and refined imagery of the turn of the century. They were dynamic, vivid and contrasting. At the same time, they retained the comprehensive approach to book illustrating typical for the first decade of the century: integrative design involving the cover, illumination and lettering.
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