Soviet Screen Sovetsky Ekran #22 1927
- Year: 1927
- Country: Russia
- Language: Russian
- Movement: Constructivism
- Subject: Cinema
- Dimensions: Width: 23.00cm Height: 31.00cm
Constructivist film magazine Soviet Screen was a weekly magazine on recent developments in film in the USSR. The cover depicts a still from the movie "Tea Cup". List of artwork includes illustrations by Yu Pimenov fo the story "Tale of Five" and "Miss Morgan". Yuryi Pimenov was a Soviet stage designer, graphic artist, teacher, professor. Academician of the Academy of Arts of the USSR (1962), People’s Artist of the USSR (1970), the winner of the Lenin Prize (1967) and two Stalin Prize of the second degree (1947, 1950). In the early period Pimenov experienced a great influence of German expressionism, which largely explains the hysterically-dramatic poignancy of his best paintings of these years: “Invalids of War” (1926, Russian Museum), “Give us the heavy industry” (1927); “The soldiers are moving to the side of the revolution” (1932, both – in the Tretyakov Gallery). Over the years, he moved to the updated impressionism, confessing creative principle “beautiful moments”, light and artistic image-impressions. Fair condition. A missing piece of material on the back cover. Page 11 cut out with the scissors. Missing material on pages 1, 6 and 9.