Aleksandr Rodchenko. The Death of Lenin, 1924 (1924 Smert’ Lenina). Poster no. 25 of 25 from the series The History of the All-Union Communist Party (of Bolsheviks) in Posters (lstoria VKP[b] v plakatakh). c. 1926

Aleksandr Rodchenko The Death of Lenin, 1924 (1924 Smert’ Lenina). Poster no. 25 of 25 from the series The History of the All-Union Communist Party (of Bolsheviks) in Posters (lstoria VKP[b] v plakatakh) c. 1926

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Medium
Lithograph
Dimensions
sheet (irreg.): 27 3/16 × 20 11/16" (69 × 52.5 cm)
Publisher
Communist Academy Press and the Museum of the Revolution of the Soviet Union
Printer
Tipo-khromo-litografiia “Iskra revoliutsii” (“Spark of the Revolution” typo-chromo-lithographical works) and Mospoligraf, Moscow
Credit
Gift of Merrill C. Berman and Dalia S. Berman
Object number
852.2019
Copyright
© 2021 Estate of Alexander Rodchenko / UPRAVIS, Moscow / Artists Rights Society, NY
Associated work
The Merrill C. Berman Collection at MoMA
Department
Drawings and Prints

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