Old Russian Art “listening to the heart, a revolution” pt.1

NOTE: I THOUGHT I HAD PUBLISHED THIS  A WEEK OR SO AGO BUT I SCREWED UP, THIS IS PART ONE TO THE OTHER POST ABOUT THIS BOOK, SORRY.

I found this book at a flea market in Finland when we were on tour a few years ago. Listening to the Heart, A Revolution is it’s title, it’s from 1978. [click on image to enlarge]

Valentin Serov,1905

A. Nikolajev, 1918

Vladimir Kozlinski, 1919

Viktor Deni, 1920

Viktor Deni, 1920

Vladimir Majakovski, 1920

Vladimir Majakovski, 1921

V.Majakovski/M Tseremnyh, 1920 (main image)

V.Majkovski/M Tseremnyh, 1920 (detail)

V.Majakovski/M. Tseremnyh, 1920 (detail)

Nikolai Kuprejanov, 1922

    • Twisty
    • February 9th, 2012

    If you’d like any slogans translated or anything, let me know.

    Twisty
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