(There Is Such A Party!). Vladimir Sachkov, Russian.
Go Back

(There Is Such A Party!)

1974. Colour lithograph, text in Cyrillic with date lower centre, signed “V. Sachkov” in Cyrillic in image lower right, 115.5 x 58cm. Repaired creases and tears, minor chips to edges. Linen-backed.

This image of Lenin refers to an event at the “First All-Russian Congress of Soviets in June, 1917. The Menshevik [Irakli] Tsereteli had declared there was no political party in Russia that would express its readiness to take the entire power upon itself. [Vladimir Lenin (1870–1924)] rose from his seat and exclaimed: “There Is such a Party...Our Party [Bolsheviks] does not refuse it: it is prepared at any minute to take over the entire power.” Ref: Tribune, (Sydney), 7.11.1951; Wiki; Art Hive.

.
Item #CL197-116

Price (AUD): $1,250.00  Other currencies

See all items in Posters