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Choose from 317 pictures in our Realism collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


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DIEGO RIVERA: DETROIT. Edsel B. Ford, extreme right, and William Valentiner in a detail from Diego Rivera's mural depicting the American automobile industry at The Detroit Institute of Arts, 1932-1933

DIEGO RIVERA: DETROIT.
Edsel B. Ford, extreme right, and William Valentiner in a detail from Diego Rivera's mural depicting the American automobile industry at The Detroit Institute of Arts, 1932-1933

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Russian agitprop poster of 1930

Agitprop poster. A poster printed in 1930, urging the population toward the industrialisation of the Soviet Union. In this, it appeals to the populace to achieve various five-year plans ahead of schedule - those for oil, peat and general engineering in 2.5 years, those for agricultural machinery and electric output in 3 years. Agitprop (from agitation and propaganda) had positive connotation in Soviet history, where propaganda was viewed more as the dissemination of information than as a tool for social and political control

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Socialist architecture in Warsaw

Socialist architecture in Warsaw, Poland. The Palace of Culture and Science (Polish: Palac Kultury i Nauki, also abbreviated PKiN) in Warsaw is the tallest building in Poland and the eighth tallest building in the European Union.The building was conceived as a 'gift from the Soviet people to the Polish nation', and was completed in 1955. The structure was built in three years according to the design of the Soviet architect Lev Rudnev. Architecturally, it is a mix of Socialist realism and Polish historicism inspired by American art deco skyscrapers

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