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Gallery: The Russian Revolution
Images: 94

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A Socialist Revolutionary poster designed by Lev Brodoty in 1917. The poster portrays a peasant (with scythe), a worker (with hammer) and an intellectual (with scroll).
Lev Brodoty

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Front cover of Ogonyek (Little Lamp) reporting the October Revolution 4 weeks after it happened. The artist was Olga Amosova.
Olga Amosova 1892-1965?)

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Handbill published by the Military Revolutionary Committee of the Petrograd Soviet of Workers'and Soldiers' Deputies datelined 10am on October 25 1917.
Unknown

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A composite print entitled 'Leaders of the Proletarian Revolution' published by Moisei Nappelbaum in November 1918. From the top can be seen Lenin, Zinoviev, Lunacharsky, Trotsky, Kamenev and Sverdlov.
Moisei Nappelbaum 1869-1958

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Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov, Lenin and Leon Trotsky in Red Square during the celebration the second annniversaty of the Russian Revolution. November 7, 1919
Leo. Ya. Leonidov

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Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov, Lenin, in Red Square during the celebration of the second annniversary of the Russian Revolution. November 7, 1919. Leon Trotsky and Lev Borisovich Kamenev has been air brushed out.
Leo Ya. Leonidov

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Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov, Lenin, in Red Square during the celebration of the second annniversary of the Russian Revolution. November 7, 1919. Leon Trotsky and Lev Borisovich Kamenev has been air brushed out. Detail
Leo Ya Leonidov

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Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov, Lenin, and Leon Trotsky in Red Square during the celebration of the second annniversary of the Russian Revolution. November 7, 1919
Leo Ya Leonidov
unkown

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Down with Capital, Long Live the Dictatorship pf the Proletariat! Poster by Dmitrii Melnikov. Published in Moscow. 1920. Celebrating the third anniversary of the October Revolution.
Dmitrii Melnikov

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Red Moscow - The Heart of the World Revolution. Published by Vkhutemas, the Higher State Artistic and Technical Studios in Moscow. June 1921.
Vkhutemas

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Understand that the Sabotage Attempts of the World Bourgeoisie are Useless. A provincial poster from Voronezh printed on the fourth anniversary of the October Revolution.
Unknown

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The religious fanatic, mystic and libertine Grigorii Rasputin is shown wielding his influence in a postcard satirising the 'House of the Former Tsar', published in 1917.
Unknown

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Peterhof Station decorated with a suprematist influenced artwork incorporating a double-headed eagle tumbling to the ground. The slogan reads 'The Imperialist War and the Collapse of the Autocracy'.
Unknown

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Lenin making a speech in Finland Square, Moscow, outside the station on April 3 1917. This early work in the Soviet Realist style is by an unknown artist from around 1930.
Unknown

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The newly-formed People's Militia attacking the Petrograd police headquarters during the first days of the February Revolution, 1917.
Yakov Shteinberg 1880-1942

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