Original slogans on the poster. IN: 28 47/64 x 43 5/16 = CM: 73 x 110. ROLLED, GOOD, MINOR TAPE REPAIRS. Original Soviet Silk Screen Printed Art Poster.
Silk screen printed posters were issued in a highly limited editions up to 100 exemplars, almost handmade, that's why they are really hard to find collectable artworks nowadays, which is dedicated to the VLKSM - The All-Union Leninist Young Communist League Russian:?????? , usually known as Komsomol Russian:??????? A syllabic abbreviation of the Russian kommunisticheskiy soyuz molodyozhi, was a political youth organization in the Soviet Union.
It is sometimes described as the youth division of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (CPSU), although it was officially independent and referred to as "the helper and the reserve of the CPSU". The Komsomol in its earliest form was established in urban centers in 1918. During the early years, it was a Russian organization, known as the Russian Young Communist League, or RKSM. During 1922, with the unification of the USSR, it was reformed into an all-union agency, the youth division of the All-Union Communist Party.
The artwork is created by Lyaschuk Timofey Anatolevich (1930 - 2015) Highly famous Ukrainian painter, graphic and poster artist, member of the Union of Artists of Ukrainian SSR. Orked in the field of easel painting and graphics. Master of political and poster. Until 1994 worked as a teacher of the Art Institute in Kiev Participant in Republican, All-Union and international art exhibitions since 1957.1967: Awarded Diploma of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR. 1969: Honored Artist of Ukraine. 2000: Awarded the Commendation of the President of Ukraine. Artworks of Lyaschuk represented in museum, gallery and private collections in Ukraine and abroad. It got its name "silkscreen" in 1907 when Simon of Manchester patented a process for screen printing through silk fabric, which guaranteed higher tensile strength, greater dimensional stability and the use of rubber rollers (hereinafter rubber squeegees) for ink application.
The invention was cataloged under the name SILK SCREEN PRINTING. It is believed that this printing method originated in ancient times, but screen printing acquired its modern look in the middle of the 19th century. One of the features of silk-screen printing is the ability to obtain a thick ink layer with a thickness of 8-10 microns to 1000 microns and more (for offset printing, the thickness of the ink layer is 1-2 microns) with high hiding power and color saturation. You can also use special effects - glitters (sequins), volumetric printing, imitation when printing velvet or rubber. In the past century, silk-screen printing has gained significant distribution and use not only as a method of making copies in applied art, industrial design, when creating facsimile reproductions or in the field of large printing, but also as one of the self-sufficient types of author's printed graphics - printmaking with a pronounced style and the possibilities of expressing the author's plastic language.
Today silk-screen printing is used by many artists of different currents, in various forms (graphics, painting, sculpture) and genres of fine art. Typically, the application of silk-screen printing in art is called serigraphy. This item is in the category "Art\Art Posters".
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