OPERA SINGERS - FEODOR CHALIAPIN

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Russian opera singer Feodor Chaliapin (1873-1938) was considered the greatest Slavic bass of his time. In 1910, he performed in the role of Massenet's Don Quixote in Monte Carlo. He also bade farewell to the stage in Monaco in 1937, in Boris Godunov. In addition to his exceptional voice, Chaliapin embodied all the qualities of operatic art - an expressive personality, an understanding of roles, charisma and commitment to the stage.

Caractéristiques
Design Cyril DE LA PATELLIÈRE
Line-engraving Pierre ALBUISSON
Printing process 3 colours steel-engraving
Size of the stamp 40.85 x 52 mm vertical
Quantity of issue 36,000 stamps
Note Sheet of 6 stamps with illuminations