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Ryback, I.B.

RYBACK, ISSACHAR BER (1897, Elisavetgrad – 1935, Paris)

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  • 1.Miriam Margolin (writer), Issachar Ryback (painter). Mayselekh far kleyninke kinderlekh. [Little stories for Little children].  [NY?] 1922. [Text in Yiddish]
  • 2.Kvitko (writer), I. Ryback (painter).  In Wald (In the Forest). [Children book. 1921-1922? Text in Yiddish]
  • 3.Issachar Ryback. Shtetle. [Album]. Berlin. 1923. [Text in Yiddish]
  • 4.Issachar Ryback. Jewish Types of the Ukraine. [Lithographic album]. 1924
  • 5.Issachar Ryback. On the Jewish fields of the Ukraina. Paris. A. Simon & Cie, 1926
  • 6.Issachar Ryback. Shadows of the Past. [Album]. Paris. 1932
  • 7.Issachar Ryback (writer). J. Ryback [about himself]. Paris, Ed. de l'Amitie Francaise, 1934
  • 8.Yissakhar Ber Ribak. 1897 – 1935. Zayn lebn un shafn. Pariz: Kimitet Tsu Fareybikn dem Ondenk Fun Yissakhar-Ber Ribak. 1937. [The posthumous catalog of the first retrospective exhibition of Ryback made by D.L. Wildenstein (1917 – 2001); Text in Yiddish]
  • 9.Smolar B. Kinderwelt Tsaykhenungen. (Fun. Y. Rybak). Warszawa. Kinder Frajnd. 1938 (Б. Смоляр (автор), И.Б. Рыбак (худ.). Детский мир. Варшава. Друг детей. 1938)
  • 10.S.T. Goodman (ed.). Russian Jewish Artists. NY, 1995
  • 11.Matthew Cullerne Bown. A Dictionary of Twentieth Century Russian And Soviet Painters. 1900 – 1980s. Izomar Limited. London. 1998
  • 12.Русский Париж [Russie à Paris]. 1910 – 1960. [Альбом выставки / Album de l'exposition]. Альманах. Вып.53. СПб. [Saint-Pétersbourg], Государственный Русский музей [Le Musée d'Etat Russe], Von der Hedt-Museum (Wuppertal), Le Musée des Beaux-Arts de Bordeaux, Palace Edition, 2003
  • 13.Анатолiй Мельник (директор), Олександр Федорук, Iрина Возiянова (авт.), Юлиiя Литвинець (упоряд.). Український живопис XX – початку XXI ст. з колекцiї Нацiонального художнього музею України. Альбом. Хмельницький – Київ. Галерея, Артанiя Нова. 2006 / A. Melnik, O. Fedoruk, I. Vozianova. Ukrainian Painting of the 20th – Early 21th Century from the collection of the National Art Museum of Ukraine. Hmelnitsky – Kiev. 2006
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