This monograph published by Konrad Mägi’s student contains extensive source materials that later researchers have cited according to Paris’s monograph.
„Konrad Mägi“. 1979
Author Evi Pihlak
This academic monograph completed as the result of research work that lasted a couple of decades is to this day the most comprehensive analysis of Mägi’s oeuvre. There are synopses in foreign languages and many illustrations in the book.
This monograph written by Maie Raitar is the most voluminous collection of pictures and sources concerning Konrad Mägi. Reproductions of all of Mägi’s paintings that were known to have existed at that time are gathered together here between these covers, and almost all source materials on Mägi are published.
English translation by Peeter Tammisto, Italian translation by Daniele Monticelli, French translation by Jean Pascal Ollivry, Finnish translation by Jouko Vanhanen.
Konrad Mägi’s biography provides an overview of the artist’s life and creative work in a narrative style, offering a broader insight into Estonian cultural life as a whole at the outset of the 20th century. The biography includes Konrad Mägi’s biographical photographs and dozens of reproductions of paintings.
This biography was released in autumn 2017 to celebrate the holding of Konrad Mägi’s great solo exhibition in Rome at the Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea (10 October 2017 to 28 January 2018).
The colouring book Paint Like Konrad Mägi contains warm-hearted stories written by Eero Epner and colouring pictures of Konrad Mägi’s paintings drawn by Jaan Rõõmus.