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Sarkisian, Petr
A Dying Flower Farm (TASS Window #799), 1943
Inventory #RUP22224


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Sarkisian, Petr
A Dying Flower Farm (TASS Window #799), 1943

45.5 x 47.6 inches (116 x 121 cm)
FRAMED SIZE: 46'' x 48'' (117 x 122 cm)

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Inventory #RUP22224 (FRAMED)

   

  


This is from a collection of extremely rare News Agency "window" posters from the Soviet Union. Posted daily in shop windows of Moscow after the German invasion started in June 1941, TASS posters were intended to rally support for the war, and later the post-war, effort.

Artists of these posters utilized a broad arsenal of visual strategies to both incite and inspire - from vicious satire, to potent slogans, to undiluted horror and hatred, to patriotic historical parallels.

The collection at International Poster Gallery features intricately hand stenciled TASS panels dating from March 1943 to late 1946 as the scales slowly tipped in the Soviets' favor, and beyond the armistice. Due to their rarity and historical value, the group of 45 panels will be sold as a collection.

This panel reads:

"Despite Goebbels's reassuring speech, the turmoil of the Nazi camps is growing every day.

What is this? A groan? A cry? Positively scandalous! All the buds are drooping And one has already fallen.

Goebbels the florist. Is an expert on buds, But what do you know: The weather has changed, And the flowers are withering fast!"

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