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El Partido Comunista de Hungría protege las propiedades del hombre común.

Número de Cartel: PP 812
Información sobre el cartel: Poster is in Hungarian language. In 1945 and 1947 Hungary held two democratic elections (the third was in 1990). This poster is from the '47 parliamentarian election that ushered in support to the communists. The worker is illustrated wearing the badge of the Hungarian Communist Party, the badge design is attributed to graphic artist Sándor Bortnyik.
Tamaño: Please inquire
Tipo de cartel: Lithograph
Fecha de publicación: 1947
Información técnica: Accountable Manager, L. Nedeczky; Publisher in charge, Istvan Kende
Información en el catálogo: PP 812 Comecon-Warsaw Pact
Artista: Ek, Sandor (Ék, Sándor) — Эк, Шандор
Sandor Ek was born Alex Keil in a small village in the Austro Hungarian Empire. He worked as a graphic artist and poster designer in his native Hungary but also worked and lived in Austria, Germany and in the Soviet Union during periods of his life. Early-on, Ek became a member of the Hungarian Communist Party. He studied at arts schools run by the Hungarian painter and communist, Béla Uitz, and by József Ne...
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Imprenta: Printer not indicated —
Editorial: Szikra (Spark) Press and Publishing House, Budapest —
Szikra (Spark) Press and Publishing was located at 10 Honvéd Street in Budapest, Hungary. It served as the main literature and propaganda communicator for the Hungarian Communist Party. Formed in 1944, Szikra’s infrastructure was developed via the nationalization of the Pallas and Stádium printers in the town of Szeged. When the publisher moved its headquarters to Budapest, it occupied the former Catholic Publishing Company offices. During Szikra’s early years of development, Hungarian publisher Imre C...
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