Original Cinema Poster

Pingwin 1965 Ussr Soviet Poland Drama Romance Film Movie Cinema Vintage Poster


Pingwin 1965 Ussr Soviet Poland Drama Romance Film Movie Cinema Vintage Poster
Pingwin 1965 Ussr Soviet Poland Drama Romance Film Movie Cinema Vintage Poster
Pingwin 1965 Ussr Soviet Poland Drama Romance Film Movie Cinema Vintage Poster

Pingwin 1965 Ussr Soviet Poland Drama Romance Film Movie Cinema Vintage Poster   Pingwin 1965 Ussr Soviet Poland Drama Romance Film Movie Cinema Vintage Poster
Original Russian film title on the poster. Released title for English speaking countries. = CM: 55 x 88. Original vintage Soviet movie poster. From the first release of the film in Soviet Union. "Pingwin" - Polish black and white feature film from 1964, directed by Jerzy Stefan Stawinski. The film was shot in Warsaw (including the University of Technology, Zbawiciela Square, Teatralny Square, Nowy Swiat, Krakowskie Przedmiescie, Bielanska Street).

The film was dubbed at the Gorky Film Studio in 1965. A very shy and inconspicuous student of the Warsaw University of Technology, Andrzej, known as the "Penguin" (Andrzej Kozak), tries to win Baska Oraczewska (Krystyna Konarska). Unfortunately, Baska does not pay attention to him. The girl seems to like the company of "banana youth".

At a youth party, the pampered only child, Adas Baczek (Wojciech Duryasz), who sets the tone for this environment, humiliates BaEka, who does not react to his advances. Adas calls his friend Lukasz Brody (Zbigniew Cybulski), who, at his request, reads out fragments of letters from Baska, who is in love with him. Laughed, BaEka runs away, and Andrzej defends her and decides to recover and return the letters.

Soon Adas Baczek is kidnapped and the kidnapper demands a ransom. Andrzej discovers that the kidnapping case has been faked.

Lukasz Broda, a petty crook, had his fingers in the alleged kidnapping. Andrzej is badly beaten by Lukasz's buddies, but gains Basia's favor.

KOVALENKO IVAN LEONTYEVICH (1919 - 2002) - Soviet Ukrainian Artist, graphic artist, poster artist, Member of the Union of Artists of the USSR. Born in the Poltava region, in a peasant family. Graduated from the Moscow State Academic Art School in memory of 1905. Served in the Soviet Army. I met the war in Minsk.

He fought on the Belorussian front, near Moscow and Leningrad. In 1941, Sergeant Ivan Kovalenko trained signalmen at the headquarters of Marshal Zhukov. The Marshal personally awarded Ivan Leontyevich a personalized watch.

Since 1956, a member of the Union of Artists of the USSR.. Collection of movie posters 50-80.

Works by Ivan Leontyevich Kovalenko are in the Florida Museum of Cinematography, USA. He was awarded the Order of the Patriotic War of the 2nd degree, medals: "For military services", "For the defense of Moscow", "For the capture of Koenigsberg", jubilee.

In 1945, Ivan Leontyevich moved to Moscow. Having not received a professional art education, he masters the art of an artist on his own, and begins to work in the field of film advertising in "Reklamfilm" and in the cinema "October". He created a large number of movie posters of the 1950s-1980s. For the films "Wounded", "The Star and Death of Joaquin Murieta", "Train Out of Schedule", etc. For some time he taught at advanced training courses for film poster artists. Kovalenko becomes a member of the Union of Artists of the USSR. He was awarded the title of "Honorary Cinematographer of Russia". He is the founder and permanent leader of the only film poster school in the country.

There are works in Moscow - in the Russian State Library and the Museum of Cinema, in the Museum of Cinematography of the United States (Florida), in the collection of the White House administration (Washington), they are also in the collection of our gallery. The favorite pictorial theme of Ivan Leontyevich throughout his entire work was the theme of man's coming - before life, before death, before eternity. His paintings make one think about the future life, and about the life of the past, about a brief moment in the present. The artist is distinguished by his mastery of the drawing technique. The color always emphasizes the mood and idea of??

Bold compositions, vivid images, a constant search for new solutions, an appeal to the archetypes of consciousness (the image of the Motherland: a church, a girl in a field, a rowan branch) distinguish Kovalenko from his contemporaries, realist artists. The artist paints abandoned, deserted places, destroyed churches, forcing the viewer to think about the difficult fate of Russia. The feeling of pain from the loss of loved ones, friends, compatriots was reflected in his works, full of quiet sadness and sadness. But, despite all this, the sadness of his work is light. Writing in the last years of his life with a heart filled with kindness and love, the artist gave all of us a piece of himself.

A quiet lyrical note, which begins to sound in the most remote corners of the viewer's soul, continues to delight him even after the review of the exhibition is over. The artist was sent down a unique talent to give people joy. This item is in the category "Art\Art Posters".

posters" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  1. Size: Large
  2. Region of Origin: USSR
  3. Handmade: No
  4. Artist: KOVALENKO IVAN LEONTYEVICH
  5. Framing: Unframed
  6. Country/Region of Manufacture: Poland
  7. Custom Bundle: No
  8. Style: Vintage, Socrealism, Socialist Realism, Art Deco, Indian, Russian
  9. Item Height: 34 in
  10. Item Width: 21 in
  11. Material: Paper
  12. Theme: Film, Advertising, Animation, Art, Conflicts & Wars, History, Militaria, Movies, Music, Social History, Sports
  13. Personalize: No
  14. Type: Poster
  15. Title: PINGWIN
  16. Features: 1st Edition, Limited Edition
  17. Subject: Film, Art, Movies, History, Family
  18. Certificate of Authenticity (COA): No
  19. Culture: USSR
  20. Item Length: 34 in
  21. Signed: No
  22. Original/Licensed Reprint: Original
  23. Year of Production: 1965
  24. Unit of Sale: Single Piece

Pingwin 1965 Ussr Soviet Poland Drama Romance Film Movie Cinema Vintage Poster   Pingwin 1965 Ussr Soviet Poland Drama Romance Film Movie Cinema Vintage Poster