Influential People Fascist – Propaganda Art: Vera Mukhina (1889-1953) was a Soviet Sculpture.

Influential People Fascist – Propaganda Art: Vera Mukhina was a Soviet Sculpture.

Soviet Monument “Worker and Kolkhoz Woman” under reconstruction: Mukhina wanted the sculpture to be put on a 60-meter pedestal

Soviet Monument “Worker and Kolkhoz Woman” under reconstruction: Mukhina wanted the sculpture to be put on a pedestal – Russiapedia Picture galleries

Vera Mukhina. Torso

Vera Mukhina. Torso

Vera Mukhina - Bread - 1939

Vera Mukhina - Bread - 1939

russian sculpture Vera Mukhina

russian sculpture Vera Mukhina

russian sculpture Vera Mukhina

russian sculpture Vera Mukhina

Vera Ignatyevna Mukhina (1889-1953) Neri. Costume design for the play "Dinner Jokes" by Sem Benelli. 1916 The State Russian Museum From the catalogue of the exhibition "Theatre of faith Mukhina" at the Museum of contemporary art (Moscow).

Costume design for the play "Dinner Jokes" by Sem Benelli. 1916 The State Russian Museum From the catalogue of the exhibition "Theatre of faith Mukhina" at the Museum of contemporary art (Moscow).

вера мухина эскизы - Поиск в Google

вера мухина эскизы - Поиск в Google

A detail of Vera Mukhina's immense steel sculpture 'Worker and Kolkhoz Woman' from the Soviet Pavilion, Paris International Exhibition, 1937.

A detail of Vera Mukhina's immense steel sculpture 'Worker and Kolkhoz Woman' from the Soviet Pavilion, Paris International Exhibition,

ru_nabroski: Вера Игнатьевна Мухина. Наброски. С выставки в Русском музее.

ru_nabroski: Вера Игнатьевна Мухина. Наброски. С выставки в Русском музее.

Vera Mukhina.

Vera Mukhina.

Vera Ignatyevna Mukhina (Russian: Вера Игнатьевна Мухина; Latvian: Vera Muhina; born 1 July [O.S. 19 June] 1889 in Riga; died 6 October 1953 in Moscow) was a prominent Soviet sculptor

born 1 July [O. 19 June] 1889 in Riga; died 6 October 1953 in Moscow) was a prominent Soviet sculptor

Вера Мухина. Мода для женщины новой эпохи - Ярмарка Мастеров - ручная работа, handmade

Illustration by VERA Mukhina The clothing in "Art in Everyday Life" was designed by Nadezhda Lamanova, a high-end fashion designer in Moscow before the Revolution who turned to work for Soviet dress reform after

Музей рисунка - Вера Игнатьевна Мухина. Выставка в Русском музее

Музей рисунка - Вера Игнатьевна Мухина. Выставка в Русском музее

We demand peace! Vera Mukhina

We demand peace!

Вера Игнатьевна Мухина. Выставка в Русском музее

Вера Игнатьевна Мухина. Выставка в Русском музее

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