Parisian Parade

A work made of stencil.

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  • A work made of stencil.

Date:

August 17, 1942

Artist:

Nikolai Ernestovich Radlov
(Born St. Petersburg, 1889; died Moscow [?], 1942)
Samuil Iakovlevich Marshak
(Born Voronezh, 1887; died Moscow, 1964)

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Artist

Nikolai E. Radlov

Title

Parisian Parade

Origin

Russia

Date

1942

Medium

Stencil

Inscriptions

“SS” in Russian stands for “son of a bitch." And recently, For prestige, Berlin paraded its fierce SS-men, Along the streets of Paris. And that same day The German Great Dane Guarding France Began to bark more fiercely, Than before, In order to be heard On the English Channel: “Woof! Woof! Our Parisian parade Lasted two hours straight!” A dirty lapdog named Fifi From the agency HAVAS-OFI [the French news agency] Squealed in response: “Parade, yes, parade! Here in Paris!" And to this barking of fascist hounds Others responded from the distance: “The parade lasted a hundred hours!” Two small dogs yelped In Sofia. Inscribed on the map: Great Britain Alarmed The dogs’ chorus Is still not Silent. But why are the dogs barking? Apparently, they’re trying to scare someone. And, as is always The case with dogs, They only end up Scaring themselves.

Dimensions

2518 x 1000 mm

Credit Line

Gift of the USSR Society for Cultural Relations with Foreign Countries

Reference Number

2010.143

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