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Our One-Thousandth Blow

A work made of stencil.

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  • A work made of stencil.

Date:

June 5, 1944

Artist:

Nikolai Fedorovich Denisovskii
(Born Moscow, 1901; died Moscow, 1981)
Pavel Sokolov-Skalya
(Born Strel’nia, 1899; died Moscow, 1961)
Vasilii Ivanovich Lebedev-Kumach
(Born Moscow, 1898; died Moscow, 1949)

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Prints and Drawings

Artist

Nikolai F. Denisovskii

Title

Our One-Thousandth Blow

Origin

Russia

Date

Original 1944

Medium

Stencil

Inscriptions

I want the pen to be on par with the bayonet… (V. Maiakovskii) I’m proud that the pen has been equated to the bayonet, And among other weaponry in the battle The Bolshevik’s burning word Helps to inflict a blow against the enemy. Maiakovskii! Realizing your dream, Both poet and artist are at their post. Verse and prose, drawings and vibrant posters Tirelessly and menacingly massacre the enemy!

Dimensions

1601 x 1231 mm

Credit Line

Gift of the USSR Society for Cultural Relations with Foreign Countries

Reference Number

2010.82

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