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The artist relies on pure colours, sometimes preferring the monochromatic palette while introducing a striking addition of a red banner in several drawings (see also p. 6). This colorization device both adds semantic significance to the small detail and brings the reader’s attention to the ideological prominence of the flag embodying an idea of Bolshevism’s imminent domination over the gloomy Tsarist regime, which is on the brink of collapse.