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Ukrainian propaganda poster

Young Man | Ukraine | 1977

£150
description
Original vintage Ukrainian propaganda poster
country
Ukraine
artist
V. Rukavishnikov
year
1977
condition
A+ | Mint condition - Almost no sign of use or handling.
dimensions
88 x 56 / 34.5" x 22"
technique
Offset lithography
carbon footprint
Approximately 67kg. Read more.

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