Women workers – take up your rifles!
Poster from revolutionary Russia, c. 1918.
A4 size poster on 350gsm glossy paper.
Available without frame (£3) or with frame (£12):
- A3 Size – MDF Wooden Effect. Width of Moulding 1 Inch, MDF Backing Board
- PERSPEX Glass Sheet, No Stands, Hooks Provided to Hang Landscape / Portrait
Price includes postage and packaging. Discount will be applied for more than 5 posters.
Rabotnitsy, berite vintovku! [Women Workers, Take Up Your Rifles!], a poster attributed to Lev Brodaty, (1889-1954, Meritorious Art Worker of the Russian Federation). 1920.
This popular poster was, for some reason, published without a full imprint. It is likely that it was prompted by the June 1920 Vsevobuch proposal to introduce obligatory military training for women workers. The attribution to the Soviet graphic artist, posterist, book illustrator, and printmaker Lev Brodaty is based on Internet sources that give the artist’s name as “L. Brodoty”, and may require further verification.
with frame, without frame