10 sensational Soviet propaganda plates
After the 1917 revolution, the Soviets took control of Russia's Imperial Porcelain Factory. They renamed it the State Porcelain Factory and began producing a wide range of ceramics. The designs they used reflect the forward thinking nature of Russian art at the time and draw from modernist and folk art traditions.
Here are 10 Soviet propaganda plates.
10. After R Vilde
9. For Good Years and Longevity
8. Land to the Working People
5. Suprematist Agitation
4. After Ilya Chasnick
3. The Chronicler
2. Folk art
1. Blessed be Free Labour
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