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.
Sources & Citations
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))