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Piotr Tayozhny, bas-relief, "Lenin on his deathbed"

Id: 1106
Category: Propaganda symbolics / Flags / Pendants/Olimpiad
Materials: metal alloy with high tin content
Dimensions: 18 x 18 x 1 cm
Area: USSR
Period: 1924

Description:

    Piotr Tayozhny (real name. Cheshuin, 1887, Moscow - 1952) - Russian and Soviet sculptor. He studied at the Art and Industrial School in Yekaterinburg with a close friend, the sculptor Ivan Shadr. After moving to Moscow, he took a miniature Faberge jewelry workshop where he worked until the 1917 revolution. Shortly after the revolution Tayozhny decides to take away the Altai family, away from war, famine and political passions. After several years spent in those places, he returned to Moscow and took the pseudonym "Taiga". In Soviet times, Peter has created numerous bas-Tayozhny, including Stalin, writers, Gorky, Pushkin, Flaubert. Many of them have been used for book covers. Tayozhny - one of the authors sketch first Order of Lenin, and also widely known for rastirazhirovanny of their time to work, "Lenin on his deathbed." Made in metal, with gold, the work - a clear example of Soviet propaganda art of the 1920s.

Price: 25000 RUR





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