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RUSSIAN ARTWORKS, SCULPTURES AND INRASTRUCTURE.

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Title of work: Flowers to Bright colors intensified Stalin by the use of red and white. Artist: Boris Eremeevich The focus is at stalin VLADIMIRSKI standing high and mighty. Technique: Oil on Canvass The focus is supported by the vast space Size: 100.5 x 141 cm behind stalin making him look big. Theme: PortraitYear: 1949

-A boy offering an - Propaganda old man a bouquet of flowers.-Peaceful and carefree environment. -Trusting children. -Stalin is not looking at the boy.

Ref: Reference: http://horvath.members.1012.at/vladimirski.htm

HAPPY REUNITING BY: DERYAZHNY FEDOR IVANOVICH

STATE RECEPTION IN THE KREMLIN ON MAY 24, 1945BY: DMITRY NALBANDIAN

BREADBY: TATIANA YABLONSKAYA

Semiotic Title: Black Ravens Artist: Boris Jeremejewitsch Wladimirskij Year: 1930

Elements Gloomy atmosphere Colours are dark in nature. Rough texture

Iconic - Black cars. -Snowy environment - Deathly aura -Red Building

Context -The black cars represents Stalins secret police force who came at night eliminating people who stood against Stalin.

Dirty feeling Medium: oil on canvass - A log on the snow

Dimensions: 162 x 200cm

Ref: http://www.marxists.org/subject/art/visual_arts/painting/exhibits/socialist-realism.htm

SemioticTitle: Worker and Kolkhoz woman Artist: Vera Mukhina Year: 1937 Medium: Stainless Chrome-nickel Steel Dimensions: Height 2400cm (25 meters) Pedestal: 33 meters

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ContextThe man represents Russias economy. Kolkhoz woman representing the farms of Russia. Side by side raising their tools symbolizing unity of Russia.

Space and Mass: A man holding a Massive but hammer up high Hollow. beside a woman holding a sickle Motion: Strong also up high. and Fast. Texture: Metallic Standing on a even Bigger pedestal the gigantic sculpture looks even more stronger and overwhelming.

Weight: 185 TonsLocation: Russian Exhibition centre, Moscow

Reference: http://en.travel2moscow

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Name of Structure: Kazansky Subway Station Architect: Alexey Shchusev

Structure: Shallow column tri-vault

- mosaics on the ceiling.

- It was made for transportation purposes -memories of Alexander Nevsky, Dmitry Donskoy and other military leaders of the past, and all these historical figures eventually appeared on the mosaics of Komsomolskaya.

Komsomolskaya square train stations:Leningradsky, Yaroslavsky and Kazansky

Strong and - wheat engraving on decorative walls that columns. shows Russia wealth. - hammer and sickle engravings on The inner part of the columns. station also have many sculptures engraved on the ceiling and walls. The most eye catching of them all are mosaics located on the ceiling.

LOCATION: Komsomolskaya Square Kranoselsky District Central Administrative Okrug Moscow

Ref: http://www.moscow-russia-insiders-guide.com/komsomolskaya-square-in-moscow.html Ref: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Komsomolskaya_Square_%28Moscow%29

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