The Journal of Decorative and Propaganda Arts 11, Russian/Soviet Theme Issue 2, Winter 1989

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Content includes:
The Peasant House and Its Furnishings: Decorative Principles in Russian Folk Art by Alison Hilton
Gold- and Silverwork in Moscow at the Turn of the Century by Galina Smorodinova
Graphic Design and Russian Art Journals of the Early Twentieth Century by Mikhail Kiselev
The Art of Music Cover Design by Viktor Kholodkov
Children’s Books by Russian Émigré Artists: 1921-1940 by A. L. de Saint-Rat
Puppets: Moving Sculpture by Roberta Reeder
Soviet Propaganda Porcelain by Nina Lobanov-Rostovsky
Experimental Furniture Design in the 1920s by Alexander Lavrentiev

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