Lithography Workshop of M.G. Ravitskii, Kharkov
Little published information is available on the Kharkov-based lithography workshop of M.G. Ravitskii. However, Ravitskii was likely a working artist before and during the Soviet-era. Published sources from the Soviet Union indicate Ravitskii had a printing business in Kiev. Beyond that, Ravitskii’s name appears as an artist in at least one 21st century Russian publication on graphic art during World War I.
Aksenov, V. (2020). Slukhi, obrazy, emotsii: massovye nastroeniia rossiian v gody voiny i revoliutsii, (1914-1918). Moskva: Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie. Ebook https://www.google.com/books/edition/ Слухи_образы_эмоции_М/ll_eDwAAQBAJ?hl=en&gbpv=0. (M.G. Ravitskii associated with two luboks from World War I. The first is undated and published by Ivan Mashistov and the second is from 1915 and published by Ivan Sytin)
https://историк.рф (M.G. Ravitskii cited as an artist in 1920)
dissercat.com. (Худож. М. Г. Равицкий. - (Война России с Германией и Австрией, №33))