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The Knight’s Move. Poster by the Stenberg brothers. Though in an earlier Stenberg post I had credited this as being French director Raymond Bernard’s 1924 Miracle of the Wolves, it seems much more likely that it is his 1927 The Chess Player.

The Knight’s Move. Poster by the Stenberg brothers. Though in an earlier Stenberg post I had credited this as being French director Raymond Bernard’s 1924 Miracle of the Wolves, it seems much more likely that it is his 1927 The Chess Player.

Stenberg, Georgy and Stenberg, Vladimir (1927) Film Poster - The Forty First - A poster done in the style of russian constructivism to represent to prominance of the movement in soviet Russia at the time.

Stenberg, Georgy and Stenberg, Vladimir Film Poster - The Forty First - A poster done in the style of russian constructivism to represent to prominance of the movement in soviet Russia at the time.

Советский киноплакат

A Drama of Fate “A Woman of Paris: A Drama of Fate" (original title, directed by Charlie Chaplin). Design by The Stenberg Brothers (Vladimir Stenberg, Georgii Stenberg) with Yakov Ruklevsky.

Anatoly Belsky, 5 Minutes, 1929. Color lithograph, 41 x 27 inches / 104 x 69 cm. Courtesy Tony Shafrazi Gallery, New York

A Rare Look at Gorgeous Vintage Film Posters from Russia

Soviet poster for the film 5 Minut. Featured in the exhibition at Tony Shafrazi Gallery: Revolutionary Film Posters: Aesthetic Experiments of Russian Constructivism

1926 Countess Shirvanskaya's Crime (Ivan Perestiani)

Ivan Perestiani’s Countess Shirvanskaya’s Crime, 1926 by Vladimir and Georgii Stenberg

The Big Sorrow of a Small Woman. Poster by the Stenberg brothers.  #movieposter #stenberg

"The Big Sorrow of a Small Woman" Russian Movie Poster by Stenberg Brothers (Mark Tereshchenko /

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