60 x 60 cm
Kholkhoma Wooden Horses red
Traditional artcraft created by the old believers mid-seventeenth-century, in the Nizhny Novgorod region, and Kholkhoma, on the banks of the Volga. The motifs traditionally represent flowers, berries or birds. The golden reflections are the result of a mixture of linseed oil and aluminum, which gives this typical metallic appearance.
This photo has been chosen as the front cover of the Novel entitled “Goodbye Yachine! “By Maxime Schmitt, writer, guitarist, music producer, member of the Elvis Presley RCA Records International Committies and lyricist of the Kraftwerk group. Beautiful tribute!
Lev Yashin, far ahead of his time in his playing techniques and often rewarded in European and global football is the icon of the Soviet Club Dynamo Moscow. Goaltender Gold Medal at the Olympic Games in Melbourne in 1956, three USSR cups, he was elected best goalkeeper of the football World Cup in 1966. For the anecdote, Yashin was nicknamed the Black Panther, as always dressed in black. French goalkeeper Fabien Barthez will honor him by wearing black also, throughout his career.
Best toys of the Soviet era, present in every home, mentioned in the prose of the famous Russian poet Samuil Marshak children: She, Nivaliachka, Him, Vanka-Vstanka. Nostalgia of childhood, the doll that switches and moves without ever tipping … Soldiers and other topics are made of blown plastic and are hollow inside.