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Entries / Hollerbach E. F. (1892-1942), Art Historian

Hollerbach E. F. (1892-1942), Art Historian

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HOLLERBACH Erich Fedorovich (1892, Tsarskoe Selo - 1942) art historian, literary critic, bibliophile. In 1911-17, he studied at the Psychoneurological Institute, at the Faculty of Physics and Mathematics and at the Faculty of History and Philology of Petrograd University. He was a staff member of the Russian Museum in 1921-24; from 1923 he was in charge of the artistic department of the Petrograd Department of the State Publishing House. He was one of the founders and a head of the Leningrad Society of Bibliophiles (1923-26). He is the author of works on the questions of graphic art, monographs about the creative works of by M. V. Dobuzhinsky (1923), G. K. Lukomsky (1928), B. M. Kustodiev (1929), Alexander Pushkin, V. V. Rozanov, A. A. Blok, A. A. Akhmatova et al., of books, articles and guide books about Tsarskoe Selo, including the anthology Tsarskoe Selo in the Poetry (1922) and of the book with lyrical prose City of Muses (1927; a more profound edition illustrated by himself - 1930). He lived in Tsarskoe Selo in the corner of Moskovskaya Street and Leontyevskaya Street (the house has not been preserved). He died in Vologda while being evacuated during the blokade.

Works: Meetings and impressions. St. Petersburg, 1998.

O. L. Leikind, D. Y. Severyukhin.

Akhmatova Anna Andreevna
Blok G.P.
Dobuzhinsky Mstislav Valerianovich
Hollerbach Erich Fedorovich
Kustodiev Boris Mikhailovich
Lukomsky Georgy Kreskentievich
Pushkin Alexander Sergeevich
Rozanov Vasily Vasilievich

Leontievskaya Street/Pushkin, town
Moskovskaya Street/Pushkin, town

Встречи и впечатления. СПб., 1998

The subject Index
Russian Museum, State