Socialist Realism Paintings & Lithographs
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Road to Novotroitsk, a MASSIVE lithograph and gouache- on-paper work by Novichenko, circa 1980s-90s, portraying a humble yet picturesque landscape dotted with signs of industrialization through a unique combination of Socialist realism and the artist's own sentimental touch.
The First Blast Furnace, MASSIVE color lithograph/raised print by Novichenko, circa 1980s-90s, depicting Soviet factory workers on duty, dwarfed by the monumental scale of their industrial surroundings.
Construction Workers, Socialist Realism painting, oil on canvas, circa 1970s-80s. Very professionally done, apparently original piece by an unknown Soviet artist. Measures 57" x 39". In excellent condition.
Autumn Park, original oil painting by artist L. Chesnokov (signed), 1980. Moody landscape in Socialist Realism style. Measures 55" x 41".
WW2 Soviet Naval Infantry Assault, large original oil on canvas painting, signed and dated by the artist, 1968.
Portrait of Friedrich Engels, large size black-and-white tapestry on silk, circa 1950s-60s. Made in People's Republic of China, very likely specifically for export to the Soviet Union. In near mint condition.
Lenin and Stalin Leading the Civil War, an offset color lithograph, reproduction from a painting by A. Meravov
Stalin's speech at the XVII Congress of VKPb (Russian acronym for "All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks"), an offset color lithograph c.1940s-50s, reproduction from a painting by A. Gerasimov
Stalin and Voroshilov in the Kremlin, an offset color plate c.1940s-50s, reproduction from a painting by A. Gerasimov
I.V. Stalin and M.I. Kalinin, an offset color plate c.1940s-50s, reproduction from a painting by F. Modorov
Marshal Voroshilov During Military Exercise, an offset color plate c.1940s-50s, reproduction from a 1938 painting by P. Pokarzhevskiy
Makhno & Wrangel, offset lithographs from caricature series "Who the Red Army Beat", by Kukryniksy, c. 1950s.
Denikin & Kolchak, offset lithographs from caricature series "Who the Red Army Beat", by Kukryniksy, c. 1950s.