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Under the banner of the Bolshevik Party, under the guidance of Lenin’s Central Committee and the leader of the world proletariat, Comrade Stalin – Forward, to greater joy and happiness of the people!

Poster Number: PP 654
Media Size: Please inquire
Poster Type: Lithograph
Publishing Date: 1935
Editorial Information: Editor D. Grinets’; Technical Editor Shubin.
Technical Information on Poster: Submitted for printing February 7, 1935; Approved for printing March 3, 1935; Order No. 112; Format 71 x 110; 1 Sheet; Price 1 ruble 20 kopeks.
Glavlit Directory Number: 5891. Golovlit, Ukrainian section of Glavlit
Catalog Notes: PP 654 Communist Culture (framed)
USSR Region: Ukrainian SSR
Language: Ukrainian
Artist: Savin (Savvin), Viktor Markiianovich — Савин (Саввин), Виктор Маркиянович
Viktor Markiianovich Savin was a Soviet painter, graphic artist and a teacher. He principally worked in the realms of easel painting and graphic arts during his career. Savin began his artistic studies at the Kharkov Art Professional School, and from 1924 to 1927 he was enrolled at the Kharkov Art Institute. From 1927 to 1929, he studied at the painting studio of the Central House of Arts in Leningrad under the noted artists Efim Cheptsov and Issac Brodskii. Beginning ...
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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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