Леонид Томилов, Leonid Tomilov
As a professional scene-designer, Leonid Tomiloff was in high demand in Istanbul. For many years, he worked at the Theatre des Petits Champs and was the chief decorator of the Constantinople Commercial Club.
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Turskiy, Boris. “Nekrolog. L.M. Tomilov.” Radio, 21 January 1927, n.p.
Anonymous. "Hudojnik L.M. Tomilov." Radio, 30 January 1927, n.p.
Almost all issues of Vecherniaia Gazeta (1924–1926) and Zarubezhnyi Klich.
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Slavonic Library (Slovanská knihovna) in Prague.
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I would like to thank the representatives of the Slavonic Library (Slovanská knihovna) in Prague for helping me tremendously during my work at the library.
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Theatre des Petits Champs, Mezarlık Street 500 (now Meşrutiyet Caddesi 50), Beyoğlu, Istanbul (place of work); KKK, Grand Rue de Pera 322 (now presumably Istiklal Caddesi 130), Beyoğlu, Istanbul (place of work).
Bobritsky worked at the Theatre des Petits Champs, where he successfully dealt with stage designs and costumes, at the same time he participated in the Union of Russian Painters in Constantinople.
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KKK was probably the most popular Russian club in Beyoğlu district between 1924 and 1926. Not only Russian émigrés but also local residents could enjoy its constantly updated entertainment programme.
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Nikolai Peroff lived in Istanbul until the end of his life. He was engaged in restorations, carried out scene decorations, and did a lot for the Russian churches in Karaköy.
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Kalmykoff played an active part in the Union of Russian Painters in Constantinople and at the same time worked as a stage designer. Later he acquired the Turkish citizenship.
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Vasilieff was not only one of the Union of Russian Painters in Istanbul’s leaders, but he is also remembered for his stage settings and costumes for the ballet Scheherazade at the Theatre des Petits Champs.
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