Stalin and Visual Arts
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The paper analyzes the general impact of politics on Soviet art during the Stalinist period, specifically between 1920 and 1945. The paper examines Stalinist architecture and posters and discusses how visual arts became the main component of communist propaganda in the Soviet Union. The paper therefore shows how Stalin's vision of the arts was that they should glorify political and social ideals of communism.
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