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Collection: Rivoluzione Russa - Propaganda
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Juon, Konstantin (1875-1958) The New Planet, 1921
Code: 0103343
Artist: Juon, Konstantin (1875-1958)
Title: The New Planet, 1921
Location: Tretyakov State Gallery - Moscow
Credits: Photo Scala, Florence
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Juon, Konstantin (1875-1958) The New Planet, 1921
Code: 0103343
Artist: Juon, Konstantin (1875-1958)
Title: The New Planet, 1921
Genre: Painting
Period/Style: Socialist Realist
Location: Tretyakov State Gallery
Genre: Painting
Period/Style: Socialist Realist
Location: Tretyakov State Gallery
******** From NEP Russia will come Socialist Russia (Lenin). A photomontage poster By Gustav Klutsis 1930. By Gustav Klutsis 1895-1938. Part of the David King Collection. Presented to Tate Archive By David King 2016
Code: TG07779
Artist: ********
Title: From NEP Russia will come Socialist Russia (Lenin). A photomontage poster By Gustav Klutsis 1930. By Gustav Klutsis 1895-1938. Part of the David King Collection. Presented to Tate Archive By David King 2016
Location: Tate Gallery - London
Credits: Tate, London./ Photo Scala, Florence
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******** From NEP Russia will come Socialist Russia (Lenin). A photomontage poster By Gustav Klutsis 1930. By Gustav Klutsis 1895-1938. Part of the David King Collection. Presented to Tate Archive By David King 2016
Code: TG07779
Artist: ********
Title: From NEP Russia will come Socialist Russia (Lenin). A photomontage poster By Gustav Klutsis 1930. By Gustav Klutsis 1895-1938. Part of the David King Collection. Presented to Tate Archive By David King 2016
Genre: Print
Period/Style: Not available
Location: Tate Gallery
Genre: Print
Period/Style: Not available
Location: Tate Gallery

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******** Soviet propaganda poster, 1917.
Code: K512076
Artist: ********
Title: Soviet propaganda poster, 1917.
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Photo Art Media/Heritage Images/Scala, Florence

******** Soviet propaganda poster, 1917.
Code: K512076
Artist: ********
Title: Soviet propaganda poster, 1917.
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: ********
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: ********
******** A five-year plan in four years - we'll do it!, 1948. Found in the collection of the Russian State Library, Moscow. Artist: Ivanov, Viktor Semyonovich (1909-1968)
Code: H769324
Artist: ********
Title: A five-year plan in four years - we'll do it!, 1948. Found in the collection of the Russian State Library, Moscow. Artist: Ivanov, Viktor Semyonovich (1909-1968)
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Photo Fine Art Images/Heritage Images/Scala, Florence

******** A five-year plan in four years - we'll do it!, 1948. Found in the collection of the Russian State Library, Moscow. Artist: Ivanov, Viktor Semyonovich (1909-1968)
Code: H769324
Artist: ********
Title: A five-year plan in four years - we'll do it!, 1948. Found in the collection of the Russian State Library, Moscow. Artist: Ivanov, Viktor Semyonovich (1909-1968)
Genre: Print
Period/Style: Not available
Location: ********
Genre: Print
Period/Style: Not available
Location: ********
Kukryniksy (20th cent.) Pincers on Pincers, 1941
Code: 0061857
Artist: Kukryniksy (20th cent.)
Title: Pincers on Pincers, 1941
Location: Tretyakov State Gallery - Moscow
Credits: Photo Scala, Florence
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Kukryniksy (20th cent.) Pincers on Pincers, 1941
Code: 0061857
Artist: Kukryniksy (20th cent.)
Title: Pincers on Pincers, 1941
Genre: Painting
Period/Style: Socialist Realist
Location: Tretyakov State Gallery
Genre: Painting
Period/Style: Socialist Realist
Location: Tretyakov State Gallery
******** Soviets and Electrification - This is the Foundation of the New World.  Poster By Alexander Samokhvalov's. 1924. By Alexander Samokhvalov 1894-1971. Part of the David King Collection. Presented to Tate Archive By David King 2016 <br><br>© Samokhvalov, Alexander
Code: TG07816
Artist: ********
Title: Soviets and Electrification - This is the Foundation of the New World. Poster By Alexander Samokhvalov's. 1924. By Alexander Samokhvalov 1894-1971. Part of the David King Collection. Presented to Tate Archive By David King 2016

© Samokhvalov, Alexander
Location: Tate Gallery - London
Credits: Tate, London./ Photo Scala, Florence
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******** Soviets and Electrification - This is the Foundation of the New World.  Poster By Alexander Samokhvalov's. 1924. By Alexander Samokhvalov 1894-1971. Part of the David King Collection. Presented to Tate Archive By David King 2016 <br><br>© Samokhvalov, Alexander
Code: TG07816
Artist: ********
Title: Soviets and Electrification - This is the Foundation of the New World. Poster By Alexander Samokhvalov's. 1924. By Alexander Samokhvalov 1894-1971. Part of the David King Collection. Presented to Tate Archive By David King 2016

© Samokhvalov, Alexander
Genre: Print
Period/Style: Not available
Location: Tate Gallery
Genre: Print
Period/Style: Not available
Location: Tate Gallery

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******** Long Live the Third Communist International! poster By Sergei Ivanov. Published to coincide with the Second Congress of the Comintern held in Moscow and Petrograd. 1920.  Published By Gossudarstvennaya Sila. By Sergei Ivanov 1885-1942. Part of the David King Collection. Presented to Tate Archive By David King 2016
Code: TG07806
Artist: ********
Title: Long Live the Third Communist International! poster By Sergei Ivanov. Published to coincide with the Second Congress of the Comintern held in Moscow and Petrograd. 1920. Published By Gossudarstvennaya Sila. By Sergei Ivanov 1885-1942. Part of the David King Collection. Presented to Tate Archive By David King 2016
Location: Tate Gallery - London
Credits: Tate, London./ Photo Scala, Florence
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******** Long Live the Third Communist International! poster By Sergei Ivanov. Published to coincide with the Second Congress of the Comintern held in Moscow and Petrograd. 1920.  Published By Gossudarstvennaya Sila. By Sergei Ivanov 1885-1942. Part of the David King Collection. Presented to Tate Archive By David King 2016
Code: TG07806
Artist: ********
Title: Long Live the Third Communist International! poster By Sergei Ivanov. Published to coincide with the Second Congress of the Comintern held in Moscow and Petrograd. 1920. Published By Gossudarstvennaya Sila. By Sergei Ivanov 1885-1942. Part of the David King Collection. Presented to Tate Archive By David King 2016
Genre: Print
Period/Style: Not available
Location: Tate Gallery
Genre: Print
Period/Style: Not available
Location: Tate Gallery

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******** Them... Us. Huge double image showing on the left, a scene of defiance amid devastation. On the right, a Soviet Woman with her well-fed son, looking to the skies, giving thanks to comrade Stalin for the immeasurable riches bestowed upon the motherland. By Viktor Koretsky 1909-1998. Part of the David King Collection. Presented to Tate Archive By David King 2016.
Code: TG07680
Artist: ********
Title: Them... Us. Huge double image showing on the left, a scene of defiance amid devastation. On the right, a Soviet Woman with her well-fed son, looking to the skies, giving thanks to comrade Stalin for the immeasurable riches bestowed upon the motherland. By Viktor Koretsky 1909-1998. Part of the David King Collection. Presented to Tate Archive By David King 2016.
Location: Tate Gallery - London
Credits: Tate, London./ Photo Scala, Florence
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******** Them... Us. Huge double image showing on the left, a scene of defiance amid devastation. On the right, a Soviet Woman with her well-fed son, looking to the skies, giving thanks to comrade Stalin for the immeasurable riches bestowed upon the motherland. By Viktor Koretsky 1909-1998. Part of the David King Collection. Presented to Tate Archive By David King 2016.
Code: TG07680
Artist: ********
Title: Them... Us. Huge double image showing on the left, a scene of defiance amid devastation. On the right, a Soviet Woman with her well-fed son, looking to the skies, giving thanks to comrade Stalin for the immeasurable riches bestowed upon the motherland. By Viktor Koretsky 1909-1998. Part of the David King Collection. Presented to Tate Archive By David King 2016.
Genre: Print
Period/Style: Not available
Location: Tate Gallery
Genre: Print
Period/Style: Not available
Location: Tate Gallery

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******** A Soviet propaganda poster from 1930, which reads
Code: TG07621
Artist: ********
Title: A Soviet propaganda poster from 1930, which reads "Bash the Kulaks off the Kolkhoz". By Unknown. Part of the David King Collection. Presented to Tate Archive By David King 2016.
Location: Tate Gallery - London
Credits: Tate, London./ Photo Scala, Florence
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******** A Soviet propaganda poster from 1930, which reads
Code: TG07621
Artist: ********
Title: A Soviet propaganda poster from 1930, which reads "Bash the Kulaks off the Kolkhoz". By Unknown. Part of the David King Collection. Presented to Tate Archive By David King 2016.
Genre: Print
Period/Style: Not available
Location: Tate Gallery
Genre: Print
Period/Style: Not available
Location: Tate Gallery

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******** Soviet propaganda poster 'Lenin, Stalin' By M.Glik, 1934. The woman is Uzbek, the quotation is from Molotov:
Code: TG07495
Artist: ********
Title: Soviet propaganda poster 'Lenin, Stalin' By M.Glik, 1934. The woman is Uzbek, the quotation is from Molotov: "The victorous development of socialism in the USSR will find its expression in the colossal development of national cultures on a socialistic foundation". By M. Glik. Part of the David King Collection. Presented to Tate Archive By David King 2016. Artwork (c) M.Glik
Location: Tate Gallery - London
Credits: Tate, London./ Photo Scala, Florence
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******** Soviet propaganda poster 'Lenin, Stalin' By M.Glik, 1934. The woman is Uzbek, the quotation is from Molotov:
Code: TG07495
Artist: ********
Title: Soviet propaganda poster 'Lenin, Stalin' By M.Glik, 1934. The woman is Uzbek, the quotation is from Molotov: "The victorous development of socialism in the USSR will find its expression in the colossal development of national cultures on a socialistic foundation". By M. Glik. Part of the David King Collection. Presented to Tate Archive By David King 2016. Artwork (c) M.Glik
Genre: Print
Period/Style: Not available
Location: Tate Gallery
Genre: Print
Period/Style: Not available
Location: Tate Gallery

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******** To Have More, You Must Produce More- Too Produce More You Must Know More. Poster By Alexander Zelensky for the People Publishing House Commissariat of Agriculture, Petrograd, 1920. By Alexander Zelensky 18812-1942. Part of the David King Collection. Presented to Tate Archive By David King 2016.
Code: TG07480
Artist: ********
Title: To Have More, You Must Produce More- Too Produce More You Must Know More. Poster By Alexander Zelensky for the People Publishing House Commissariat of Agriculture, Petrograd, 1920. By Alexander Zelensky 18812-1942. Part of the David King Collection. Presented to Tate Archive By David King 2016.
Location: Tate Gallery - London
Credits: Tate, London./ Photo Scala, Florence
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******** To Have More, You Must Produce More- Too Produce More You Must Know More. Poster By Alexander Zelensky for the People Publishing House Commissariat of Agriculture, Petrograd, 1920. By Alexander Zelensky 18812-1942. Part of the David King Collection. Presented to Tate Archive By David King 2016.
Code: TG07480
Artist: ********
Title: To Have More, You Must Produce More- Too Produce More You Must Know More. Poster By Alexander Zelensky for the People Publishing House Commissariat of Agriculture, Petrograd, 1920. By Alexander Zelensky 18812-1942. Part of the David King Collection. Presented to Tate Archive By David King 2016.
Genre: Print
Period/Style: Not available
Location: Tate Gallery
Genre: Print
Period/Style: Not available
Location: Tate Gallery

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******** February 23, 1919. The Red Army is the Defender of the Proletarian Revolution. Poster published in Petrograd By an unknown artist to celebrate Red Army Day. Commemorating the tens of thousands of volenteers who joined the Red Army in 1918 following Troksky's call, The Socialist Fatherland is in Danger By Unknown. Part of the David King Collection. Presented to Tate Archive By David King 2016.
Code: TG07474
Artist: ********
Title: February 23, 1919. The Red Army is the Defender of the Proletarian Revolution. Poster published in Petrograd By an unknown artist to celebrate Red Army Day. Commemorating the tens of thousands of volenteers who joined the Red Army in 1918 following Troksky's call, The Socialist Fatherland is in Danger By Unknown. Part of the David King Collection. Presented to Tate Archive By David King 2016.
Location: Tate Gallery - London
Credits: Tate, London./ Photo Scala, Florence
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******** February 23, 1919. The Red Army is the Defender of the Proletarian Revolution. Poster published in Petrograd By an unknown artist to celebrate Red Army Day. Commemorating the tens of thousands of volenteers who joined the Red Army in 1918 following Troksky's call, The Socialist Fatherland is in Danger By Unknown. Part of the David King Collection. Presented to Tate Archive By David King 2016.
Code: TG07474
Artist: ********
Title: February 23, 1919. The Red Army is the Defender of the Proletarian Revolution. Poster published in Petrograd By an unknown artist to celebrate Red Army Day. Commemorating the tens of thousands of volenteers who joined the Red Army in 1918 following Troksky's call, The Socialist Fatherland is in Danger By Unknown. Part of the David King Collection. Presented to Tate Archive By David King 2016.
Genre: Print
Period/Style: Not available
Location: Tate Gallery
Genre: Print
Period/Style: Not available
Location: Tate Gallery

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