Vladimir Lenin and Josef Stalin

Poster Number: PP 824
Category: Stalin
Poster Notes: Poster is in Hungarian language. These are independently-published and printed posters placed on one backing.
Media Size: Please inquire
Poster Type: Lithograph
Publishing Date: c. 1945
Technical Information on Poster: Printing Accountable Manager, Zoltán Kósa; Director, L. Nedeczky; Publisher in charge, Péter Rényi; József Ujhelyi.
Catalog Notes: PP 824 Stalin (oversized)
Artist: Ek, Sandor (Ék, Sándor) — Эк, Шандор

Sandor Ek was born Alex Keil in a small village in the Austro Hungarian Empire. He worked as a graphic artist and poster designer in his native Hungary but also worked and lived in Austria, Germany and in the Soviet Union during periods of his life. Early-on, Ek became a member of the Hungarian Communist Party at a young age. He studied at arts schools run by Béla Uitz, a Hungarian painter and communist activist, and by József Nemes-Lampérth, a Hungarian artist and proponent of the avant-garde.

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Printer: Szikra (Spark) Printing House, Budapest —

Szikra Printing House was located at 10 Honvéd Street in Budapest, Hungary. It was the main printer for literature and propaganda produced by the Hungarian Communist Party.

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Publisher: Publisher not indicated —