Photo, Print, Drawing Iz byta buri︠a︡t. Из быта бурят.
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- Iz byta buri︠a︡t.
- Из быта бурят.
- From Buriat Daily Life.
- Postcards became popular in the 1890s in response to demand generated by the growth of tourism. In the case of the Compagnie Tsine-Louine (as it styled itself in French) of St. Petersburg, postcards also were used to help market its product, tea. Based on lithographs by the artists Nikolai Nikolaevich Kazarin and Valerii Pavlovich Ovsiannikov, the company's "Siberia" series romanticized the shipping routes from China to Russia. The cards portrayed scenes of natural beauty and native life that might have been encountered on the journey from the Chinese border town of Kiakhta east of Lake Baikal to St. Petersburg. This incomplete series of thirty-six cards is one of many postcard collections in the National Library of Russia. World Digital Library.
- Ovsi︠a︡nnikov, Valeriĭ Pavlovich, 1862-1911.
Created / Published
- Saint Petersburg, Russia : Izdatelʹstvo tovarishchestva "T︠S︡zinʹ-Lun" (Khudozhestvennoe zavedenie Ė.I. Markus), 1899-1904.
- - Post cards--1890-1900
- - Buryat--Russia (Federation)--Siberia--1890-1900
- - Buildings--Russia (Federation)--Siberia--1890-1900
- - Drinking--Russia (Federation)--Siberia--1890-1900
- - "Sibirʹ"; serii︠a︡ 4, otkrytka 7. Serii︠a︡ nepolnai︠a︡.
- - Original image at: National Library of Russia
- - "Сибирь"; серия 4, открытка 7. Серия неполная.
- Chromolithograph ; 14.3 x 9.6 cm.
- Tsine-Louine Siberia Postcards Series
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Chicago citation style:
Ovsi︠A︡Nnikov, Valeriĭ Pavlovich. Iz Byta Buri︠a︡t. , 1899. Saint Petersburg, Russia: Izdatelʹstvo tovarishchestva "T︠S︡zinʹ-Lun" Khudozhestvennoe zavedenie Ė.I. Markus, to 1904. Photograph. https://www.loc.gov/item/2018689411/.
APA citation style:
Ovsi︠A︡Nnikov, V. P. (1899) Iz Byta Buri︠a︡t. , 1899. Saint Petersburg, Russia: Izdatelʹstvo tovarishchestva "T︠S︡zinʹ-Lun" Khudozhestvennoe zavedenie Ė.I. Markus, to 1904. [Photograph] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2018689411/.
MLA citation style:
Ovsi︠A︡Nnikov, Valeriĭ Pavlovich. Iz Byta Buri︠a︡t. Saint Petersburg, Russia: Izdatelʹstvo tovarishchestva "T︠S︡zinʹ-Lun" Khudozhestvennoe zavedenie Ė.I. Markus, to 1904. Photograph. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2018689411/>.