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Número de Cartel: PP 339
Información sobre el cartel: Poster was designed by Proletkult-- Proletarskaia Kultura (Proletarian Culture), an artist cooperative established in 1917. Its formation was supposed to provide the foundations for a new proletarian art, "liberated from bourgeois, pre-Soviet culture". Written on the flag: "Everyone under the flag of Lenin’s party!"
Tamaño: 43.5x30
Tipo de cartel: Lithograph
Fecha de publicación: c.1924
Información técnica: Inventory No. 5481; Printed on an Offset press
Número de Glavlit: 14368. Mosgublit, Moscow provincial office section of Glavlit
Fuentes: Radó, S. (1928). Guide-book to the Soviet Union, issued by the Society for Cultural Relations of the Soviet Union with Foreign Countries. Berlin: Neuer Deutscher Verlag.
Información en el catálogo: PP 339 Women
Artista: SA — СА
The initials refer to a poster artist that worked with the Proletkult Studios. See Proletkult.
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