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Russians Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 242 pictures in our Russians collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Chauve Souris Theatre, Bat Theatre Moscow Featured Print

Chauve Souris Theatre, Bat Theatre Moscow

Reverse of the flyer for Chauve Souris Theatre at the Kings Theatre in Hammersmith commencing on 28th November 1938. It lists seven reasons why it is the worlds most unusual entertainment including number 6 which states They are the first Russians to prove to us that Russians can laugh'. The licensee of the theatre at this time was A. L. Mulholland. The general manager was Thos J Pigott. Date: 1938

© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

Statues in Muzeon Sculpture Park, Moscow, Russia Featured Print

Statues in Muzeon Sculpture Park, Moscow, Russia

Two women view statues in the Muzeon Sculpture Park, Moscow, Russia. In the centre is a statue of Felix Dzerzhinsky (1877-1926), Polish-Russian agitator and head of the secret police. The statue on the right, lying on its side, appears to be of Josef Stalin.
circa 1968

© The Japics Historic Photography Collection/Mary Evans

1960s, 1968, 60s, Agitator, City, Dzerzhinsky, Era, Fallen, Felix, Head, Heritage, History, Josef, Ladies, Lying, Moscow, Muzeon, Park, Parks, Police, Polish, Russia, Russian, Russians, Sculpture, Secret, Side, Sixties, Soviet, Stalin, Statue, Statues, Ussr, Viewing, Woman, Women

WW1 - Cartoon - Russians in England Featured Print

WW1 - Cartoon - Russians in England

WW1 - A cartoon illustrating England's ignorance regarding Russia. The cartoon jokes about that the "Rooshuns", rather than Russians coming through England. The English porter states that he found snow on the trains. Snow as the most obvious and recognisable connection with the country. Date: 1914

© Mary Evans Picture Library