Alexandre AlexeieffAlexandre Alexandrovitch Alexeieff (Russian: Александр Александрович Алексеев; 18 April 1901 – 9 August 1982) was a Russian Empire-born artist, filmmaker and illustrator who lived and worked mainly in Paris. He and his second wife Claire Parker (1906–1981) are credited with inventing the pinscreen as well as the animation technique totalization. In all Alexeieff produced 6 films on the pinscreen, 41 advertising films and illustrated 41 books. Provided by Wikipedia
Russian fairy tales / translated by Norbert Guterman from the collections of Aleksandr Afanasʹev ; ill. by Alexander Alexeieff ; folkloristic commentary by Roman Jakobson.
by Afanasʹev, A. N. 1826-1871.Other Authors: '; “...Alexeieff, Alexandre, 1901-1982....”
What men live by; Russian stories and legends; illustrations by Alexander Alexeieff, translation by Louise and Aylmer Maude, introduction by Dorothy Canfield Fisher.
by Tolstoy, Leo, graf, 1828-1910.Other Authors: '; “...Alexeieff, Alexandre, 1901-1982....”