1. (USSR - Propaganda)
An Unforgettable Meeting. Artists I.Brodsky, A. Gerasimov, E. Katsman at Stalin’s Dacha. 1951
by Dmitri Moor, Soviet political agitation art- 1921 Russian State Library, Moscow.
Gustav Klutsis’s “Electrification of the Entire Country” (1920)
a photomontage of Lenin.
Art - 15 Incredible Soviet Era Magazine Covers, jesus out.
Arkady Plastov - Collective-Farm Festival, 1937
The desert of forbidden art - by MatthewLucas Filmography.
Long Live Soviet Physical Culture, 1934
Isaak Brodsky - Stalin
Isaak Brodsky - Speech by Lenin at a Rally of Workers
Isaak Brodsky - Died Lenin, At the Coffin of the Leader , 1925
KonsomL - Vyacheslav Mariupolsky, Young Pionieer Leader,1949.
Apparently you never knew when Hitler himself might be listening under the table, on the telephone wires, in the luggage rack on the train or even sitting behind you on the bus
Isaak Brodsky - The Execution of the Twenty Six Baku Commissars
Long Live the Stalinist Order of Heroes and Stakhanovites.
Our cause is just, Fight to the death, Let courage of our great ancestors inspire you. Stalin.
Save Our Children
Soldier, we wait for you days and nights
For blood and tears of our kids German occupiers will die.
Heroic Red Army soldiers and loyal partisans are shown here under Stalin’s watchful gaze. Stalin is portrayed here as the father of his people)
Soviet Art - Back in the USSR
2. Art Under Stalin
(Another example of Socialist Realism. Again the painting does little in terms of experimental content or style, instead offering an idealized vision of Soviet society.)
Alexey Varlamov - Lenin and Children
"Sarcophagus From Armazi"
by Georgian Artist Lado Gudiashvili, 1951
Low Marks Again, 1952 , by F. Reshetnikov
Roses for Stalin Stalin
Arkady Plastov - Harvest, soviet art
Model with red hair by the mirror - Pyotr konchakovski-1928
(Art After Stalin)
Sergey Dmitrievich Merkurov , was a People's Artist of the USSR, his Leo Trotsky.
'Palace of the Soviets' (People)
(Tatlin big monument, Soviet Union's communist architecture.)
Art Under Putin, 2004
Artist Zurab Tsereteli with his bronze sculpture of Putin, 2004