Revolutionary Ceramics book. by. Nina Lobanov-Rostovsky.
Revolutionary Ceramics book. Records the history of the output of the ceramics factories of Russia after the revolution in an informative text and gorgeous photographs (175 in color) of some of the most expressive and stirring porcelains ever produced. The work of more than sixty artists is documented, along with biographical s. Get A Copy.
This is a survey of the wide range of painted ceramics made in Leningrad (St. Petersburg) following the 1917 Revolution. Combining avant-garde decoration with revolutionary exhortations, the ceramics were intended to carry Bolshevik propaganda far and wide in a campaign to woo the masses. Today, these "agitceramics" are seen both as historical documents and collectible decorative pieces in their own right.
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Home Lobanov-Rostovsky, Nina REVOLUTIONARY CERAMICS. Soviet Porcelain 1917-1927. With over 200 illustrations and complete with historical introduction, expert analysis and informative captions, this book is for collectors and non-collectors alike.
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The photo layouts show accurate examples of the application of the artists' craft in propaganda for the 1917 Russian Revolution - providing a useful output for the newly liberated artists and a path to literacy for the revolutionary peasants and workers. This book has allowed me to more closely understand the historical context of the revolutionary porcelain in my personal collection.
Revolutionary Ceramics : Soviet Porcelain of the '20s.
Revolutionary Ceramics : Soviet Porcelain 1917-1927. This book details the most stunning ceramics that designers created in the first 10 years of the USSR. A lot of them come from the Nicholas Lynn collection, the Lomonosov Porcelain Factory and the Russian Museum, Leningrad. The book includes artist biographies, signatures, factory marks and monograms. Read full description.
According to the noted authority on revolutionary ceramics, Nina Lobanov-Rostovsky, although the artists often had to work for hours at long tables with their coats and mittens on, enduring food and fuel shortages.