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Exposición de la Historia de las Luchas Revolucionaria. Praga, Monumento de la Liberación, Mayo-Agosto 1949

Número de Cartel: PP 968
Información sobre el cartel: Poster is in Czech language; In background, the ancient shield reads: "Do not be daunted by your enemies". The exhibition mentioned on the poster was likely at Vítkov Hill in Prague where a monument to the Soviet liberation of Czechoslovakia once stood.
Tamaño: 39.5x26
Tipo de cartel: Offset
Fecha de publicación: 1949
Fuentes: Aulich, J., & Sylvestrová, M. (1999). Political posters in Central and Eastern Europe, 1945-1995: Signs of the times. Manchester: Manchester University Press.
En el catologo: PP 968 Comecon-Warsaw Pact
Idioma: Checo
Artista: Cumpelik, Jan (Čumpelík, Jan) — Чумпелика, Яна
In 1947, the American newspaper editor and publisher Leo Lerner characterized Jan Cumpelik as “a powerful contemporary painter”. While Cumpelik was a classically trained artist, by the late 1940s his work was fashioned under the influence of Soviet mandates and similar in tone to art being created by Josef Broz, Alena Čermáková and, other Eastern European contemporaries. Cumpelik received his artistic education at the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague. As a professional, he exhi...
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Imprenta: Printer not indicated —
Editorial: Melantrich Publishing House — Издательство Мелантрих
Melantrich Publishing (Nakladatelství Melantrich) was founded in the late 1890s as a media outlet of the Czech National Social Party (ČSNS). The publishing firm was named in honor of Jiří Melantrich, a 16th century Czech writer and publisher. After 1948, Melantrich Publishing was nationalized and it was split into three sections. In 1950 the Czechoslovak Socialist Party controlled the publishing house although the state remained its formal owner. Under state control, the house changed its name...
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