Translation: The Women Workers And Women Peasants Of The USSR Send Greetings To The Working Women Of The Whole World [On the flags] "England, France, Germany, Italy, United States, China, Japan, India, Turkey, " [On the globe] 10 Years Of The USSR "Long Live The…Read Full Translation...The Women Workers And Women Peasants Of The USSR Send Greetings To The Working Women Of The Whole World
[On the flags]
"England, France, Germany, Italy, United States, China, Japan, India, Turkey, "
[On the globe]
10 Years Of The USSR
"Long Live The Woman Of The USSR, The Builder Of Socialism"Close Full Translation
Poster Number: PP 596
Artist: Makarychev, Il'ia Pavolovich — Макарычев, Илья Павлович
Poster Notes: This poster was created by Proletkult, a politico-cultural movement funded by the Soviet government. Although its membership tried to remain apolitical, the organization advocated the proletariat, by virtue of their experience in the revolution, would create a culture where art emphasized collective accomplishments of individuals, workers and peasants. Proletkult peaked in the early post-revolutionary period before being absorbed into the adult education section of the Commissariat of Education in 1920.
Poster Type: Lithograph and Offset
Printer: Mospoligraf 15th Lithography Workshop, Moscow
Printer Notes: Ivan Mikhailovich Mashistov (1851-1914) was founder and managing director of Mashistov Typolithography. His company printed works on art, magazines, historical books, and during the First World War it printed and published patriotic posters. Under the Soviets it became the 15th Lithographic Workshop and also was called the MGSNKh (Moscow City Council of National Economy) Typo-lithography Workshop at 23 Bol'shaia Sadovaia Street, Moscow.
In 1922, the Mospoligraf trust (“Moscow Polygraphic”) was organized to help consolidate the Moscow printing industry. Outside of Mospechat’, the Mospoligraf trust was the second printing trust organized in Moscow and it secured a myriad of printing houses under local “printing sections”. Over time, Mospoligraf incorporated over two thousand workers.
Publisher: Mossovet (Moscow Soviet of People's Deputies)
Publishing date: 1927
Publisher Notes: Mossovet was the Moscow City Hall and this publishing entity was part of city government.
Print Run: 5,000
Glavlit Directory Number: 45278. Mosgublit, Moscow provincial section of Glavlit
Catalog Notes: PP 596 Women