E Experienced workers do not scoff at young worker add
To home
Photo Art Mass Art Art for Commission Portrait for Commission
Fine Art Handcrafts Sensual Art Erotic Cards Erotic Art
Help center Contact us Our partners List Your Art
Basket Gift Certificates Forum at ArtMam Art Blog Art Links
  • A (2)
  • B (1)
  • C (2)
  • D (5)
  • E (2)
  • F (4)
  • G (1)
  • H (4)
  • I (1)
  • J (1)
  • L (7)
  • M (3)
  • N (3)
  • O (2)
  • R (3)
  • S (5)
  • T (21)
  • V (2)
  • W (4)
  • Y (1)
  • ` (24)
Find more

 You are here: ArtMam  Plakat Gallery  E  Experienced workers do not scoff at young worker
  - Experienced workers do not scoff at young worker - printer ink on paper
You may use any image for non-commercial purposes. The only condition is to place reciprocal link to plakat.artmam.com

Additional info

The most prominent form of Graphic Art during Stalin's reign was "the poster". The main Communist Party newspaper, Pravda, announced the issuing of each new poster, political or economic. Publishing information about the posters promoted the style of art among broad masses of Russia. In addition to announcing the new publication of a poster, Pravda would issue a review of the poster. Posters became such an important tool for propaganda, that the words, "Those who take down the poster commit a counter revolution.", were printed at the bottom of each poster. The popularity of the poster only continued to grow through the Bolshevik Revolution and Civil War years. By 1921, the military poster was replaced with poster addressing themes such as health, poverty and suffering. There was also a rise in cultural and educational posters, focusing on the upbringing and education of children, job training, art education, overcoming religious superstitions, and propaganda of medical information. The State was trying to encourage literacy and education, the theme was reflected in posters. By the late 1920's and early thirties, the poster found itself at the epicenter of ideological, sociocultural, and formalistic debates. The poster had become the most relevant form of graphic art in Russia. The First and Second Five Year Plans (1928-1937) were Stalins draconian push to convert Russia into a fully communist industrialized power.It is the period of industrialization of the USSR. In that period have been built the enormous factories and dams. Young workers, rural guys,move in cities and become workers. The poster " Experienced workers do not scoff at young worker. Young workers we shall train and improve skill ", belongs to a category of social posters. This poster has been created by artists Yaung I.A. and Chernomordik in 1929.
This poster first time was printed in 50-60-th. The reprint has appeared in 2003 circulation of 500 copies on art paper (enamel-paper),high quality and rather heavy two-side coated printing paper with smooth surface. Density of paper is 90g/m2
Product profile
 Title: Experienced workers do not scoff at young worker
 Size: 11 3/4 x 16 1/2 in (29.7 x 42 cm)
 Material: printer ink on paper
 Technique: print
 Date: 1930`s
 Price: 18.00$
Static address of this page: 10492detail 1 detail 2 detail 3 detail 4 detail 5 detail 6
Buy original
Add comments
Ask About

Your first  name:
Your second  name:
Your last  name:
 more about artist  about shipping  about secure payment  about our company  about wholesale cooperation
Your message:

Escape kitchen slavery

This project is for sale
Site map Affiliate Service

All rights reserved
Shipping by:
Payment via:  

2Escape kitchen slavery, people, women, woman, soviet art, social plakat, , realism, offset print on enamel paper by offset printing ink, 30-th, female work, female life, washing, washing of the utensils, new life, cafe, clearing of the woman, sport
Copyright ArtMaM.com.