Владимир Федорович Кадулин, Наядин, Nayadin, Dulin, Val’demar, Mitritch, Mitritch Karelin
When it comes to Russian émigré caricaturists in Istanbul, Vladimir Kadulin who worked under the pseudonym Nayadin for the almanac Zarnitsy is the first to come to mind.
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Chebyshev, Nikolay. Blizkaya Dal’: Vospominaniya. Imp. de Navarre, 1933.
Miller, Vera. “Vladimir Fedorovich Kadulin.” findagrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/184348086/_. Accessed 3 June 2020.
Nayadin. “Konstantinopol’skiye Dni. Venizelos.” Zarnitsy, 28 August 1921, pp. 6–8.
Üçgül, Sevinç. “Izdatel’skaya deyatel’nost’ Russkoy emigratsii v Stambule: po materialam al’manaha Zarnitsy.” Russkaya belaya emigratsiya v Turtsii vek spustya 1919–2019, edited by Türkan Olcay, DRZ, 2019, pp. 194–221.
Zhukov, V. “Student İGİ sto let nazad glazami hudojnika-karikaturista V.F. Kadulina.” Za Stroitel’niye Kadry, April 2017, p. 1.
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My deepest thanks go to Slavonic Library (Slovanská knihovna) in Prague.
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Istanbul, Ottoman Empire/Turkey (?–1923); New York, United States (1923–1957).
Appartements du Tunnel (now Tünel Meydanı Sk. 2/B), Beyoğlu, Istanbul (studio).
The Viennese Ernst Diez lived in Turkey from 1943 to 1950. His textbook Türk Sanatı (1946) stirred a debate on Turkish art and its relations to Byzantine and Armenian art.
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The guide-book was created for Russian-speaking refugees who had to leave their country and settle in Constantinople.
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The Union existed for less than two years but in that short space of time a tremendous amount of work was done by its members, refugees from the Russian Empire.
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