Fedor Fedorovich Shalyapin, Yulian Semyonov, Eduard Faltz-Fein during the writing of FF Shalyapin permission to transfer the ash...

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Semenov, Julian Semenovich (writer, 1931-1993).    
Fedor Fedorovich Shalyapin, Yulian Semyonov, Eduard Faltz-Fein during the writing of FF Shalyapin permission to transfer the ashes of FI Shalyapin to Moscow. Villa "Askania Nova", Vaduz, Liechtenstein: December 22-24, 1982: [selection of photos] / photo by Yu. Semenov, E. Falz-Fein. - 1982. - 8 photos: photo printing, black and white, color. -
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A selection of 8 portrait and group photos. On the back of some photos are handwritten texts.
In 1982, Fyodor Fyodorovich Shalyapin (son of FI Shalyapin) addresses a Soviet journalist and writer Yulian Semyonov with a request to help him return to Russia a portrait of a great singer the work of the artist A. Golovin, who at one time was sold to the West. During a business trip to the Principality of Liechtenstein, Julian Semenov met with Baron Eduard von Falz-Feyn and with Fedor Fedorovich. It was then that they set themselves the task of transferring the ashes of a great artist to their homeland. Soon the son of the singer published a document, indicating his firm intentions. The document was drawn up in Vazuz, the capital of the Principality of Liechtenstein, on December 24, 1982, at the residence of Baron Eduard von Falz-Fein. Witnesses to the signing of this document were Baron Eduard von Faltz-Fein and writer Julian Semenov .
I. Faltz-Fein, Eduard A. von (1912 -). 1. Semenov, Julian Semenovich (1931 - 1993) - Photographs. 2. Faltz-Fein, Eduard Aleksandrovich von (1912) - Photographs. 3. Shalyapin, Fedor Fedorovich (1905-1990) - Photographs. 4. The people (the collection). 5. Yu. S. Semenov (collection). 6. Group portrait photos. 7. Portrait photos.
BBC 63.3 (2) 633y611
Source of the electronic copy: Julian Semenov Cultural Foundation
Location on the original: Julian Semenov Cultural Foundation
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