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Autograph letter signed.
Moscow, 14. V. 1929. - 4to. 2 pp. In Russian, to his third wife, Natalja, about an experience during his travel to Moscow, his daily work, a proposed business trip abroad, his daughter Una, etc.: "[.] Today, on the 14th, I started working at the Tretjakowa. I was promised to sell a drawing soon [.] I called upon the Main Administration for Literary and Arts Affairs, but, as usual, they promised to make arrangements for a separate meeting and to talk to Shutko. Chwojnik sent me a note regarding my business trip abroad. It is all about not being willing to give one single Dollar in foreign currency [.] Chwojnik, who is head of the artistic department, is publishing characterstics of Russian artists and asks me to act as a model. In general, they all behave well to me. My beloved Natalja, don't let yourself get bored, don't get upset, don't lose weight. During this journey I have to do everything to lay in provisions for the winter [.]" (transl.). Malewitsch über sich. Zeitgenossen über Malewitsch. Briefe. Dokumente. Erinnerungen. Kritik. Vol. 1, Moscow 2004, no. 10.
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