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Workers Collective Farmers, Women Workers! Take your place in the front row of the powerful Stakhanov movement.

Poster Number: PP 458
Category: Women
Poster Notes: The Stakhanov movement was a campaign that propagated the use of high speed production workers and was based on the mining exploits of Soviet coal miner Alexei Stakhanov (1906-1977); [Quote by Stalin on red banner] "Women in collective farms are a great power."; [On medal] TsIK-SSSR V.S.F.K. (Central Executive Committee of the USSR All-Russian Soviet of Physical Culture).
Media Size: 42x28.5
Poster Type: Lithograph
Publishing Date: 1936
Editorial Information: Editor A. Kashirin; Technical Editor S. Shubin.
Technical Information on Poster: Submitted for production April 7, 1936; Approved for printing April 13, 1936; Order No. 329.
Glavlit Directory Number: 1688
Catalog Notes: PP 458 Women
USSR Region: Ukrainian SSR
Language: Ukrainian
Artist: Parkhet, Petr Panteleimovich — Пархет, Петр Пантелеймонович
Petr Panteleimovich Parkhet not only was a graphic designer but he was also a well-known art professor. Parkhet taught at the Odessa Art Institute and Art College. Parkhet also was known for his historical paintings, including expansive battle scenes. He was influenced by the art of the monumental artist Mikhail Boichuk, a talented figure who combined modern art with Ukrainian visual vernacular. Under the leadership of Boichuk, in 1931, he decorated the walls of the House ...
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Artist: Muchnik — Мучник (Мучнік)
Printer: Chromolit Lithography Workshop named for Comrade Dzerzhinskii, Kharkov — Хромолит Типо-литография имени т. Дзержинского, Харьков
Located in Kharkov in the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic; the Chromolit Lithography was named in honor of Feliks Edmundovich Dzerzhinskii (1877-1926) who was head of the All-Russian Extraordinary Commission (VChK) internal police who were commonly referred to as the “Cheka”. During its history, the printer was also named the 1st Chromolit Lithography and it was overseen by the printing trust UPKPT (Management of Production and Technical Equipment).
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Publisher: 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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