The Journal of Decorative and Propaganda Arts 05, Russian/Soviet Theme Issue, Summer 1987

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Content includes:
Introduction: Art into Production: Russian and Soviet Design / Предисловие: Искусство: В Производство: Русский И Советский Дизайн – John E. Bowlt
The Decorative Arts in Russian Architecture: 1900-1907 – William Brumfield
Stage Design and the Ballets Russes – John E. Bowlt
Experiments in Book Design by Russian Artists – Evgenii Kovtun
A Public Art: Caricatures and Posters of Vladimir Lebedev – Nicoletta Misler
The Psychology of Urban Design in the 1920s and 1930s – Boris Brodsky
Lamps and Architecture 1930-1950 – Abram Damsky
Artificially Created Spaces: The Projects and Realizations of the ARGO Group – Francisco Infante
The Solomenko Embroidery Workshops – Wendy Salmond
Constructivist Fabrics and Dress Design – Natalia Adaskina
The Soviet Garment Industry in the 1930s – Tatiana Strizhenova

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