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  • The Russian Era Essay

    the preferences of Russian collectors nowadays, it is reasonable to question if it is prompted by the development of Russian art during Soviet era. During the October Revolution in 1917 to 1932, the Lenin’s era was a period of relative freedom and experimentation for the art in any forms inside the country. Wide variety of trends was tolerated by the government, given that they were not explicitly oppose to the government. Lenin was conservative and traditional in art. He hated any new art movements by that time and declared that art must serve as utilitarian function of promoting the Revolution. He was the one set the future route by strongly encouraging that artists serve party interests and reinforce the power of the party. However, he did not execute this policy as what Stalin did, severely punished those who did not follow the party direction. Although government did not control the artists, numerous of them emigrated because of their opposition to the government (Fox, 1977). In 1932, Stalin 's government took control of the arts and published a decree entitled “Reorganization of Literary and Art Institutions”. It stated that Socialist Realism was the only theory and method of artistic expression suitable to Soviet society…

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  • Russian Culture

    For my ethnography project decided to study the Russian culture. The Russian culture is very unique in many ways. Growing in a big Russian family and seeing how different I am from others around me I wanted to learn more about the Russian culture. In many ways it is different and interesting to learn what my ancestors were like and how they lived. Just imaging all the amazing things that they did and I am proud to be part of this culture, even though I don’t know much about it. There are many…

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  • 1917: The Russian Revolution

    In 1917, Russia pulled out of World War I due to an uprising in the motherland. The events that followed were termed the Russian Revolution. It led to the end of a 300-year-old imperial government and the creation of the first communist nation. Despite the fact that the Russian Revolution is called a single event, it was in fact first, a revolution, then, a coup. The first revolution was really a street riot over food scarcity gone out of control. Pressure from the people and Duma, the…

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  • Russian Bride's Attire Painting Analysis

    The painting that I decided to write about is one of the most popular paintings in the museum and its called “The Russian Bride’s Attire”. The Russian bride 's attire history is one of the most paintings I have ever seen in my life. The dimension of this painting is 110 x 147 inches. It was made by a very famous Russian painter named Konstantin Makovsky in 1887 and it was completed in Russia. Konstantin Makovsky was born on june 20th in moscow. In 1851 Makovsky got into Moscow school of…

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  • Essay On Russian Intellectual

    This paper is about Russian Intellectuals. There are a lot of things to talk about on this topic, but to save some time here is a short list of the information. First is what the word intellectuals is and how it was for the people and government of Russia. Second would be about the first Intelligently and how it started, under the Soviet rule and many other things. Third would be about Russia’s Intellectual problem or problems, and fourth is Origins of Russian Intellectual Culture. Fifth and…

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  • The Importance Of Russian Culture

    Russian culture has always had a big impact on my life as a mixed, Russian/Black individual. And as most Russians will tell you, food is a huge part of their culture. I grew up with so many diverse food on my plate over the year and simply assumed that that was just what everyone ate until I started going to school and noticing other kids lunches, and they started to notice mine. But at the heart of my semi-Russian experience there are four foods that seem to best capture the ideal Russian…

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  • Ww1 And Russian Revolution Essay

    1.Explain the connection between World War I (1914-1918) and the Russian Revolution (1917). In the beginning Russia was sticking up for themselves against the other countries. But then Russia would begin to lose a lot of their men, there was little to no food, which made the Russians demand to drop out of the war. But Czar Nicholas II disagreed and stayed in the war which made more complications with Russia which started the Revolution, 2.Identify or define: (a) Vladimir I. Lenin, (b) Joseph…

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  • Essay On The Causes Of The Russian Revolution

    the early nineteenth century, the world was involved in a catastrophic war, World War I. One of the many nations involved was Russia, fighting with the Allies. At the same time, Russia was dealing with an upcoming revolution. This revolution would cause many changes in the structure of Russia. Caused mainly by diverse ethnicities, nationalism, problems in the workforce, and peasant unrest, this revolution would be fought by two sides, the Reds and the Whites. By the 1920s the Russian Revolution…

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  • The Russian Revolution: A Major Turning Point In Russian History

    The Russian Revolution was a major turning point in Russian history. Destructive, dangerous, harsh, and cruel are words that characterize the Russian Revolution. The Russian Revolution caused major political changes in Russia. The Russian Revolution had many negative outcomes, but it also had some positive outcomes. The Russian Revolution was a failure because there was a loss of many freedoms such as press, speech, and equality. Joseph Stalin also reduced the rights of many Russians. Many…

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  • Russian Mafia Crime

    Russian Mafia: Soviet Crime in United States of America The Russian Mafia were a popular crime syndicate even posing as the greatest threat to the U.S. national security during the mid-1990s. With over 6,000 different groups around the globe, their activities are flown under the radar and limited action has been done to aware United States citizens. The Russian Mafia are commonly know as “Bratva” and still remain a trouble to America and it is important to understand their origins, the…

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