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¡Todos los niños – a la escuela!

Número de Cartel: PP 425
Información sobre el cartel: Poster is in Ukrainian language.
Tamaño: 32x25.5
Tipo de cartel: Litografía
Fecha de publicación: 1933
Editores: Editor K.P. Bul'din; Text Editor R.O. Radomishal’skii
Información técnica: Submitted for publishing June 2, 1933, Approved for publishing July 2, 1933; Paper format 72 x 110 Weight 50 kg. Order No. 400.
Número de Glavlit: 3405. Golovlit, Ukrainian section for Glavlit
En el catologo: PP 425 Education & Literacy
Región de la URSS: RSS de Ucrania
Idioma: Ucraniano
Artista: Luganskii, Petr Ivanovich — Луганский, Пётр Иванович
Petr Ivanovich Luganskii was a Leningrad (St. Petersburg) graphic artist and book illustrator. From 1928 to 1932 he studied at the Kharkov Art Institute. Starting in 1932, Luganskii participated in professional art exhibitions. Throughout his career, he designed posters for the publishing houses Mistetstvo and IzoGiz. During the Second World War, Petr Luganskii served in the Red Army. During the war, his wife and young daughter perished during the infamous Leningrad Blockade. Within the realm of book illustration, ...
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Mikola Oleksiiovich Skripnik (1872-1933), a.k.a. Mykola Skrypnyk, was a Bolshevik leader that served as the People’s Commissar of Education in Ukraine from 1927 to 1933. In that capacity, he strove to make Ukrainian the official language of the Republic, and he is noted for his role in standardizing Ukrainian orthography during the late 1920s. After being removed as the Commissar of Education in 1933, Skripnik killed himself rather than face the straining political purges of th...
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Editorial: Mistetstvo (Art Publishing House), Ukrainian SSR — Мистецтво (Искусство издательство Госкомиздата УССР)
Mistetstvo (Art Publishing House) was founded in Kharkov (Ukrainian SSR) between 1932-'34. It moved to Kiev in 1935. The publisher's chief output comprised of posters, portraits, artistic monographs and sheet music.
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