May 11, 2014
ratak-monodosico:

Mother Russia

ratak-monodosico:

Mother Russia

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Filed under: Russia 
April 28, 2014
westeastsouthnorth:

St. Petersburg, Russia

westeastsouthnorth:

St. Petersburg, Russia

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Filed under: Russia 
April 24, 2014
bogleech:

deathandmysticism:

Russian poster depicting the typhus louse by O. Grin, Wellcome Images, 1919

I want this poster more than I’ve ever wanted a poster.

bogleech:

deathandmysticism:

Russian poster depicting the typhus louse by O. Grin, Wellcome Images, 1919

I want this poster more than I’ve ever wanted a poster.

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Filed under: Russia 
April 21, 2014
shakypigment:

St. Petersburg, 1930’s. Photo by Boris Ignatovich.

shakypigment:

St. Petersburg, 1930’s. Photo by Boris Ignatovich.

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March 16, 2014
lapetitecole:

Первый Российский iT-шник! Торгует планшетами…
1800’s:Russian peasant boy with calculating devices…
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lapetitecole:

Первый Российский iT-шник! Торгует планшетами…

1800’s:Russian peasant boy with calculating devices…

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Filed under: Russia 
March 7, 2014

houghtonlib:

Rechberg und Rothenlöwen, Karl, Graf von, 1775-1847. Les peuples de la Russie : ou, Description des moeurs, usages et costumes des diverses nations de l’empire de Russie, 1812.

Typ 815.12.7343 

Houghton Library, Harvard University

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February 25, 2014
malformalady:

The forest homes of Russian hermits
Photo credit: Daniel Tkachenko

malformalady:

The forest homes of Russian hermits

Photo credit: Daniel Tkachenko

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Filed under: Russia 
February 16, 2014
sisterwolf:

Albert Kahn - Two Cossack soldiers in Urga

sisterwolf:

Albert Kahn - Two Cossack soldiers in Urga

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Filed under: cossack Russia soldier 
February 14, 2014
rosswolfe:

G. Klutsis, soccer poster for the 1928 Moscow Spartakiad (Bolshevik version of the Olympics). (via http://thecharnelhouse.org/2014/02/09/spartakiade-a-bolshevik-alternative-to-the-olympics/)

rosswolfe:

G. Klutsis, soccer poster for the 1928 Moscow Spartakiad (Bolshevik version of the Olympics). (via http://thecharnelhouse.org/2014/02/09/spartakiade-a-bolshevik-alternative-to-the-olympics/)

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Filed under: Russia olympics 
February 8, 2014

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Filed under: russian Russia 
January 22, 2014
suzani:

Avar woman (Caucasus), wedding traditional costume. Ethnic groups living in the Russian republic of Dagestan, village Rugudja, tribal caucasian rug,  silver jewelry.

suzani:

Avar woman (Caucasus), wedding traditional costume. Ethnic groups living in the Russian republic of Dagestan, village Rugudja, tribal caucasian rug,  silver jewelry.

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Filed under: Russia Wedding 
January 21, 2014

magictransistor:

Anton Lavinskii poster art.

Sergei Eisenstein . Battleship Potemkin | Броненосец Потёмкин . 1926 

[The National Library of Russia, St. Petersburg]

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January 19, 2014

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Filed under: lenin Russia ship 
January 8, 2014
shihlun:

Seeking for Utopia: Russian Avant-garde and Soviet Modernism Seen in Posters

shihlun:

Seeking for Utopia: Russian Avant-garde and Soviet Modernism Seen in Posters

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Filed under: poster Russia soviet 
December 8, 2013
ancientpeoples:

Embossed ornament in the form of a lion-griffin, from the Oxus treasure
Achaemenid Persian, 5th-4th century BCFrom the region of Takht-i Kuwad, Tadjikistan
This embossed ornament is part of the Oxus treasure, the most important collection of silver and gold to have survived from the Achaemenid period. The treasure is from a temple and dates mainly from the fifth and fourth centuries BC.
This piece, in the shape of a winged stag with a horned lion’s head, is decorated with hollows for inlay. There are two long pins at the back for attachment, though it is unclear what the ornament originally decorated.
This composite creature reflects the ‘Animal Style’ of South Russia and demonstrates the close relations between the Persians and the nomadic people of the northern steppe lands. The Persian kings had indirect access to the wealth and artistic traditions of northern Central Asia and Siberia, and some contacts are illustrated by this piece.
(Source: The British Museum)

ancientpeoples:

Embossed ornament in the form of a lion-griffin, from the Oxus treasure

Achaemenid Persian, 5th-4th century BC
From the region of Takht-i Kuwad, Tadjikistan

This embossed ornament is part of the Oxus treasure, the most important collection of silver and gold to have survived from the Achaemenid period. The treasure is from a temple and dates mainly from the fifth and fourth centuries BC.

This piece, in the shape of a winged stag with a horned lion’s head, is decorated with hollows for inlay. There are two long pins at the back for attachment, though it is unclear what the ornament originally decorated.

This composite creature reflects the ‘Animal Style’ of South Russia and demonstrates the close relations between the Persians and the nomadic people of the northern steppe lands. The Persian kings had indirect access to the wealth and artistic traditions of northern Central Asia and Siberia, and some contacts are illustrated by this piece.

(Source: The British Museum)

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Filed under: Russia persian 
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