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PORTRAIT OF MARSHALL KLIMENT VOROSHILOV

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PORTRAIT OF MARSHALL KLIMENT VOROSHILOV

Made by: N. I. Strunnikov

Currently in storage


About this object

Portrait, reproduction on paper of a gouache or crayon drawing. Kliment Voroshilov is seen seated, half length, facing front, wearing the uniform of a Marshall of the Soviet Union. The Order of Lenin and the Order of the Red Banner are pinned to the front of his uniform. His hands rest on a ceremonial sword of the Order of the Red Banner. The print has been colored with watercolors and placed a black, painted frame with an oval gilt rim around the opening.

Category:
prints
Object name:
PORTRAIT OF MARSHALL KLIMENT VOROSHILOV
Made from:
Paper -- watercolor
Made in:
Russia
Date made:
1936
Size:
13 × 11 in. (33 × 27.9 cm)

Detailed information for this item

Catalog number:
55.29
Class:
PRINT
Signature marks:
INSCRIPTION Gospozhe i misteru Devis Marshal S. Soiuza K. Voroshilov 23/III-1937g. Moscow On front, right side of image. Inscribed in ink by the sitter in Cyrillic Russian script. Translation: "To Mrs. and Mr. Davies. Marshall of the S[oviet] Union K. Voroshilov. 28 March 1937 Moscow"
Credit line:
Bequest of Marjorie Merriweather Post, 1973