Lubok (Лубок, from луб, bark of linden) is a traditional Russian woodcut print. Originated in Europe, lubok became a popular media in the 17-18th century and could be described as an early comics. Usually, lubok prints depicted historical, religious, comical, or fairy tale scenes with minimal text. Often lubok prints were hand painted. Cat of Kazan’s Funeral. More.



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