2 edition of Vision of India in the works of Russian and Soviet artists found in the catalog.
Vision of India in the works of Russian and Soviet artists
S. I. Potabenko
|LC Classifications||N8214.5.I5 P67 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 57 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||64|
|LC Control Number||90900880|
In , the first all-Russian Congress of Soviet artists took place in Moscow. In , the all-Russian Union of Artists was organized. Accordingly, these events influenced the art life in Moscow, Leningrad, and the provinces. The scope of experimentation was broadened; in particular, this concerned the form of painterly and plastic language. Image credits: (Clockwise from top left) 1., 2. from the book Soviet Costume and Textiles ; 3. via ; 4. from the book Soviet Costume and Textiles Designers got a bit wilder, and a few “agitational” designs appeared featuring motifs .
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Masterpieces of the 20th Century: Russian Realist Tradition brings together approximately sixty superb works by prominent Soviet artists of the post-WWII period. This stellar assemblage of renowned names includes Sergei Gerasimov, Konstantin Maksimov, Vladimir Stozharov, Geli Korzhev, and many others. Technically profi. The present chronological discussion reviews the work of these artists, as well as of other Jewish women who took an active part in Russian and Soviet artistic life. JEWISH WOMEN ARTISTS IN THE RUSSIAN EMPIRE (–) Until the last quarter of the nineteenth century, Russian art history is almost devoid of female names.
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Vision of India in the works of Russian and Soviet artists. New Delhi: Sterling Publishers, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors /. The Bar-Gera Collection consists of some works of 59 Soviet Russian artists of who did not want to embrace the official art directive of the post-Stalinist Soviet Union.
Kenda and Jacob Bar-Gera, both are survivors of the holocaust, supported these partially persecuted artists by sending them money or painting material from Germany to the. Even though he refused to idealize life in the Soviet Union, he still picked up numerous prizes throughout his career, including the titles of People’s Artist of the USSR and Hero of Socialist Labor, and he was the First Secretary of the Union of Artists of the USSR from until the breakup of the country in Author: Lani Seelinger.
The history of the Soviet publication and science magazine Tekhnika – Molodezhi opens a window onto a wider story about the history and development of Soviet science fiction. FromT-M magazine was the primary Soviet magazine to organise literary and art contests for science-fiction writers and artists; while also publishing interviews with, and works by, key Soviet and international.
The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, known as the USSR or the Soviet Union, was a state that existed from until It included countries such as modern-day Russia, Ukraine and the early years of the USSR, culture was a key part of the government’s agenda.
Artists experimented with techniques and styles, producing artworks that were synonymous with the : Julie Daunt. This is a list of Russians this context, the term "Russian" covers the Russian Federation, Soviet Union, Russian Empire, Tsardom of Russia and Grand Duchy of Moscow, including ethnic Russians and people of other ethnicities living in Russia.
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