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nobrashfestivity: “ Russian folk art, Mice Burying the Cat Woodcut, Pogodin Collection. Satire of the World turned Upside-Down.

Русский лубок XVII—XIXвв. - Музей рисунка

Русский лубок XVII—XIXвв. - Музей рисунка

Василий Корень (около 1640 — начало XVIII века). - Музей рисунка

Василий Корень (около 1640 — начало XVIII века). - Музей рисунка

"The Mice Are Burying the Cat", a 1760s lubok print. It has been commonly thought this plot is a caricature of Peter the Great's burial, authored by his opponents. The caption above the cat reads: "The Cat of Kazan, the Mind of Astrakhan, the Wisdom of Siberia" (a parody of the title of Russian tsars). It has been claimed by modern researchers that this is simply a representation of carnivalesque inversion, "turning the world upside down".

"The Mice Are Burying the Cat", a lubok print. It has been commonly thought this plot is a caricature of Peter the Great's burial, authored by his opponents. The caption above the cat reads: "The Cat of Kazan, the Mind of Astrakhan, the Wisdom of Si

Ровинский Д. А. Русские народные картинки.

Ровинский Д. А. Русские народные картинки.

К национальному фольклору восходит известный лубок "Как мыши кота погребают"

Lubok, the Art of Old Russian Comics :: Visual Arts :: Culture & Arts :: Russia-InfoCentre

Русский лубок XVII—XIXвв. - Музей рисунка

Русский лубок XVII—XIXвв. - Музей рисунка

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