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Deanna Halsall’s lovely linework
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Alessandra De Cristofaro for Fame fanzine #2 Rimorsi
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LARA HAWTHORNE
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Curt Pardee ~ The Clark Ashton Smith Portfolio ~ 1976
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Training before Easter, 1929. Cover of the soviet satirical magazine “Krokodil”. Famous writers and caricaturists contributed to the magazine founded in 1922. It primarily covered political themes, and some others (religious, ethnic, class) ideologically coherent
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Viktor Popkov - On the way to the cemetery, 1964. His first works were painted in “severe style” manner (remember “The builders of Bratsk”). But toward mid 60-s he changed his style to something like that
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Some cinema posters of the key Soviet films of “the thaw” epoch “The thaw” is a name for the period of Nikita Chruschtschow’s rule (1953-1964). The thaw - because after Stalin’s death ideological and political pressure was broken. Process of liberalization embraced all spheres of life. The thaw was a time when art and culture really flourished. A number of great Russian directors started to work those days: Andrei Tarkovsky, Larisa Shepitko, Alexei German, Elem Klimov
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Viktor Popkov - The builders of Bratsk, 1960. Bratsk was Hydropower Station. Its construction symbolized the power of Soviet economics and development of industrialization. The builders were considered to be new heroes of the Communist epoch. This painting is a representative of the so-called “severe style”
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Alexander Golovin - Portrait of Mikhail Tereshchenko, 1910-14. Tereshchenko (1886-1956) was a major Ukrainian landowner, financier and factory-owner, patron of the arts. His is art collection made a base for Ukrainian national museum of Russian art. Among his friend were Russian poet Alexander Blok and Fyodor Chaliapin. After the February Revolution of 1917 he became Minister of Finance and then Foreign Minister of Russia. After the October Revolution he was arrested but managed to escape abroad. There is a novel about him written by notable Russian philosopher Alexander Piatigorsky “Vspomnish strannogo cheloveka” (Recall the strange man) in 1999
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Aleksandr Deyneka - Nikitka – The First Russian Pilot, 1940
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Tamara Yufa - The Tale of the Dead Princess and the Seven Knights, 1950s This is a folk tale, rewritten by Alexander Pushkin in 1833
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Georgy Nissky - Winter. Above the snow, 1960
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Aleksandr Deyneka - Stakhanov workers, 1937. Stakhanov was a miner worker whose extraordinary productivity became an evidence of success of the socialist system and symbol of soviet people. Across the country workers tried to follow his example and to exceed their normatives. The monument behind is unrealized project of more than 400 metres in height Palace of Soviets (the figure on the top is of course Lenin)
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Igor Obrosov - Military Moscow 1941, 1989-90
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