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The canvas belongs to the brush of the Soviet artist Boris Johanson. The painting was created in 1928 and fully reflects the Soviet reality of the era. “Rabfak is coming” - the picture is bright and bright, it is filled with the poetic spirit of the time, the desire for perfection inherent in youth.
The central place on the canvas is reserved for three students. To understand this is not at all difficult. The young man, who is in the center of the group, is holding an open book in his hands, the guy on his left is trying to keep up with his comrade and is peering enthusiastically at the pages quivering in the wind.
A book or notebook is also held in his hand. The girl, without a doubt, being part of this scientific company, resolutely paces on the right side of the guy with the book open. A plump volume is also held in her right hand. Most likely, the guys are returning from the library, where they managed to get new editions of their favorite authors.
Clothing of boys and girls is quite simple. The girl has a blue skirt and a red jacket, her hair is cut short. A guy with an open book is dressed in a black work suit. On his companion is a shirt and short shorts. He is probably not a student yet, but just a schoolboy.
The guys walk confidently along the road. Behind them, several trees can be seen, in the distance are multi-storey buildings. They are moving away from the city on a country road.
They are strong, courageous, ready to fight for a bright communist future. Young people thirst for knowledge, united by a common understanding of the world that they have to build.
Performed in bright, light, literally sparkling colors, the painting fully reflects the impressionistic mood of that era. The composition of the canvas is built on the contrast of sharp dynamic lines. A propaganda posters, leaflets and slogans of the first Soviet years served as a stylistic basis for it.
Danae Gustav Klimt