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Moskva : Izd. "Panorama", 1990.

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 photomechanical print (poster) : col. ; 57 x 116 cm.

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Predominantly yellow poster with black lettering. Visual image contains three illustrations. The first illustration is of two men holding wine bottles in one hand and goblets in the other. They are seated at a table opposite one another and looking angrily at each other, bottles raised above their heads as if they were going to fight each other with them. The second illustration is a solemn looking man in the foreground cradling a wine bottle while behind him are three children standing behind a table holding spoons with their mouths wide open as if to imply they were hungry. The third panel features a happy and content looking family, a man, a woman, and three children, all seated around a red table eating pastries and drinking tea. In the top part of the illustration is a winged symbol called a Gamayun, a mythical figure from Slavic folklore/mythology. In its foot it holds a scroll with the caption written on it. Title at bottom of poster.

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<p>Predominantly yellow poster with black lettering. Visual image contains three illustrations.  The first illustration is of two men holding wine bottles in one hand and goblets in the other.  They are seated at a table opposite one another and looking angrily at each other, bottles raised above their heads as if they were going to fight each other with them.  The second illustration is a solemn looking man in the foreground cradling a wine bottle while behind him are three children standing behind a table holding spoons with their mouths wide open as if to imply they were hungry.  The third panel features a happy and content looking family, a man, a woman, and three children, all seated around a red table eating pastries and drinking tea.  In the top part of the illustration is a winged symbol called a Gamayun, a mythical figure from Slavic folklore/mythology. In its foot it holds a scroll with the caption written on it. Title at bottom of poster.</p>
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Moskva : Izd. "Panorama", 1990.

<p>Predominantly yellow poster with black lettering. Visual image contains three illustrations.  The first illustration is of two men holding wine bottles in one hand and goblets in the other.  They are seated at a table opposite one another and looking angrily at each other, bottles raised above their heads as if they were going to fight each other with them.  The second illustration is a solemn looking man in the foreground cradling a wine bottle while behind him are three children standing behind a table holding spoons with their mouths wide open as if to imply they were hungry.  The third panel features a happy and content looking family, a man, a woman, and three children, all seated around a red table eating pastries and drinking tea.  In the top part of the illustration is a winged symbol called a Gamayun, a mythical figure from Slavic folklore/mythology. In its foot it holds a scroll with the caption written on it. Title at bottom of poster.</p>
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PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 photomechanical print (poster) : col. ; 57 x 116 cm.

ABSTRACT

Predominantly yellow poster with black lettering. Visual image contains three illustrations. The first illustration is of two men holding wine bottles in one hand and goblets in the other. They are seated at a table opposite one another and looking angrily at each other, bottles raised above their heads as if they were going to fight each other with them. The second illustration is a solemn looking man in the foreground cradling a wine bottle while behind him are three children standing behind a table holding spoons with their mouths wide open as if to imply they were hungry. The third panel features a happy and content looking family, a man, a woman, and three children, all seated around a red table eating pastries and drinking tea. In the top part of the illustration is a winged symbol called a Gamayun, a mythical figure from Slavic folklore/mythology. In its foot it holds a scroll with the caption written on it. Title at bottom of poster.

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