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Art of Propaganda: Lenin Lived, Lenin is Alive, Lenin Will Live

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Art of Propaganda: Lenin Lived, Lenin is Alive, Lenin Will Live

The 20th Century presents society with a long list of incomprehensible situations and events. Few people understand why countries declare war, racial tensions exist or millions die from incurable diseases. Artistic representations of these phenomena give society a different viewpoint on humanity and present interpretations of current problems. Acting as a buffer between the horrors of reality and individual’s perceptions of the world, art allows people to see social problems in differing contexts and perhaps explains how to prevent or help certain situations.

Art helps to inform, explain and educate society about controversial issues, however, art can also be used to change people’s perceptions. Modern propagandists realize the persuasive emphasis behind visual representations and use this power in contemporary propaganda campaigns.

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Patriotic Art: Wake Up America, Civilization Calls

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Patriotic Art: Wake Up America, Civilization Calls

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Propaganda Art: Vladimir Lenin Addressing a Moscow Crowd

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Vladimir Lenin Addressing a Moscow Crowd Giclee Print

From earliest times the migrations of Huns and Tartars, the civilizations of ancient Greece, Byzantium and Islam, have left their mark on the eight million square miles of USSR. But in only a little more than 50 years Russia has risen from a feudal economy to the world’s second most powerful industrial state. The diversity of her peoples, climate and lansdscape was reflected in painting, music, dance and architecture, literature and drama. Moscow was a microcosm of the Soviet Union for there you can see Tartars, Ukrainians, Uzbeks and Georgians working and studying together. Inside the Kremlin was the Supreme Soviet which unites the union. In 15 seperate republics you would not expect to find the same traditions or attitudes of life; Asiatic Russia still retains its oriental family traditions; in the Caucasus there were men and women who live to prodigious ages; the Ukrainians were descended from the Cossack horsemen and the Mongolians from Genghis Khan.

Tourism in the USSR was organized; even the seven-day journey to Siberia on the Trans-Siberian express is comfortable and efficient. The network of low-price transportation had opened the USSR to tourists. Everywhere you would meet citiens who were understandably in you.

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We Can Do It! (Rosie the Riveter) Art Print

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We Can Do It Rosie the Riveter Extra Large Poster
We Can Do It Rosie the Riveter Extra Large Poster by made_in_atlantis
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We Can Do It! (Rosie the Riveter) Art Print

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